Post # 1
I plan to have my sister (who has yet to show any excitment about my engagement) as my Matron of Honor–because I was hers a year ago and my mother thinks if I don’t make her my Maid/Matron of Honor then she thinks our relationship will be even worse. I also have to very best girlfriends I want as my MOH! Would it be strange to have three MOHs (well, two MatronsOH and on MaidOH)? Of is there another way to give them a title so no one is actually a MOH? Ever heard of anything else being used?
Post # 3
Can you make everyone a bridesmaid and no MOH? You can have two MOHs but I think three would be a bit much. Maybe have your sister as your Maid/Matron of Honor for the sake of family harmony and have your friends as BMs. If she doesn’t fulfill her duties as a Maid/Matron of Honor I’m sure your friends will step in.
Post # 4
i think if you want 3, thats fine, its your wedding, do it the way you want!
Post # 5
I think you may need to suck it up and just give your sister the Maid/Matron of Honor title and make your other two girls BMs. Family is family, and you’d be reciprocating. BUT there’s no rule that says you can’t complain about your Maid/Matron of Honor to your BMs 🙂
Post # 6
@sparkle: Very true. My sister and I don’t have much of a "friendship" so I need to maintain what I do have.
@msduck: Again, you are right, I can do things the way I want them done–within reason. ::sigh:: Decisions….
@Kittyachi: Well, the other two girls already know the position I’m in my with sister in all of this so they would understand completely. One lives out of state so I’d still have a gal as a go-to for help with stuff.
Thanks for all the suggestions!! 😀