Post # 1
My best friend is still technically married and will still technically be married when we get married however she is in the middle of a divorce. Do I make her my maid of honor or my matron of honor? Can I have a maid of honor and a matron of honor???
Post # 3
- Wedding: October 2014 - Our Backyard/Steakhouse
@ForeverAndEverAfter: It’s relatively a moot point. It doesn’t matter and has no bearing on the wedding…however, if I had to choose, I’d say maid of honour because while she is technically married she is no longer in that relationship.
Post # 4
Ugh just call her your maid of honor. Matron of honor makes her sound like…Mrs. Hughes. NO OFFENSE TO MRS. HUGHES. LOVE YOU MRS. HUGHES!!!!!
Post # 5
Yes you can have both a maid and matron of honor.
Post # 6
I would go with maid of honor. It just sounds better, and no need to call extra attention to her marriage right now.
Post # 7
I am having both a maid of honor and a matron of honor!
Post # 8
@ForeverAndEverAfter: Maid of honor is probably preferred. You should ask her what she would prefer to be called, in that regard. And yes, it’s possible to have 2 maids/matrons of honor. If you want to have 15 maids of honor, a bridesmaid, and a monkey for a ring-bearer, go for it. It’s your wedding! 🙂
Post # 9
+1 for being correct, +999 for the Mrs. Hughes reference and gif.
Post # 10
Ask her! Since either is ok: ask her what she’d prefer to be called.
If you have 2, you can have a maid + a matron of honor, or 2 maids of honor, or 2 matrons of honor – it doesn’t matter.
Post # 11
Ask her what she’d prefer.