Post # 1
I just gotta vent about this and hopfully get some insight from you ladies.
Back in November when I picked my bridal party I had such a hard time picking my maid of honour because there were two girls I was equally close with and I wanted both of them to have the position. I couldn’t decide for the life of me so I decided to have a matron of honour and a maid of honour. Now that my wedding is only 4 weeks away I have to make a decision about who is going to sign for me and sit beside me at the headtable. I have such a hard time making that decision because they are both so close to me. One of them shares a lot of my history and with the other one I have gone through a lot things together.
Post # 3
For my older sister’s wedding, my twin and I were her maid of honors. My sister stood next to her at the church and I sat next to her at the reception, so it was split that way.
Post # 4
@Mrs. Cooper: That’s what I was going to say. Divide it so they both feel important.
Post # 5
Divide divide divide! Both my sisters are joint maids of honor. It might be different as we are all equally close and neither of them will mind splitting duties, but I think that if you have one sign for you and the other sit beside you, no one will mind.
Post # 6
thanks for the input. I’ll have one of the girls sign for me and stand beside me at the church and the other one will sit beside me at the reception.