(Closed) Man of Honor = MOH

posted 4 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 2
85 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

I have two best friends, and decided that I didn’t want to pick between them- so I have a matron of honour and a man of honour. Even though it wasn’t traditional, and I’m sure that some of our family members raised their eyebrows about it, I don’t care! You’re totally right, it’s about what makes you happy!!

Post # 3
2935 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 1996

My SIL had her brother as her “Man of Honor” when she and my brother got married, and I’ve been to other weddings where there was a Man of Honor. The part that is “tradition” is that you have your best friend stand up with you when you get married, and while for women that is OFTEN their best girl friend, there is no reason it can’t be your best guy friend. Absolutely, go for it.

Post # 4
482 posts
Helper bee

<address>I’ve been to a wedding where the brides brother was her Maid/Matron of Honor. He walked their Mother down the aisle before the bridesmaids and then stood at the front with the groom (but on the brides side).</address><address> </address><address>His speech was quite literally the best speech I have ever heard at a wedding</address>

Post # 5
568 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

We had just our siblings in our wedding. My brothers and sister were on my side and his brothers and sisters were on his side. I am really close to one of my brothers, we have always been very similar. He was my “best man” and I am SO glad we did it that way. Everyone thought it was really sweet! The people standing up with you should be the people closest to you, not the group of people that look best up there or are a certain sex. Have your best friend standing by you for your important and special day! You will always regret it if you dont!

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