(Closed) sister of the groom

posted 6 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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397 posts
Helper bee

You could have her do a reading or a toast at the reception.  A prayer before the meal?  Has she made any indication she would want to be anything other then the grooms sis for the wedding?

When SO finally asks, I’m not asking his sister to do anything.  But that is partially because she rubs me the wrong way.  We get along, but are best buds.

Post # 4
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703 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Maybe have her be in charthings gifts after the wedding? Or the guest book/programs? Or if you’re having a ring warming ceremony (they’re pretty cool if you haven’t heard of them) have her be in change of that? And a corsage and little gift are great ideas too:) 

Post # 6
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall

@MrsElliott:  I think what you’re doing is good.  I just added my Future Sister-In-Law to the list of people that get corsages/bouts, she’s not in our bridal party.

Post # 7
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1022 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

reader, personal attendent, guest book attendent, help with the cake, be in charge of the gifts… there’s lots of roles to fill.

Post # 8
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

I wouldn’t give her any responsibility (program handing out, etc.) if she hasn’t asked for it. I think that people who would really get something out of helping are the type who will ask if you need help with anything. My best guess would be she isn’t interested if she hasn’t offered! However, because she is family, she might appreciate being made to feel special, and a corsage would be a lovely way to do that. She might like being recognized as not simply another guest, while having the freedom to socialize and enjoy the wedding (best of both worlds, especially if you are talking about a younger sister).

 

Post # 9
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407 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I agree with brittarlene. I’ve never understood how being asked to work at a wedding, which means you don’t get to enjoy the wedding, is an honor. Having her do a reading or a toast or something else where she’s acknowledged as more than a guest is an honor to me.

If she hasn’t asked, I would just give her the flowers and allow her to enjoy the day.

Post # 10
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center

Maybe she can read a passage or poem that you select. That’s what I did at a friend’s wedding at the request of the groom

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