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Wedding Party Roles – Who Does What?
/ February 13th, 2019 / There are currently 0 comments
Wedding Party Roles?
When you are getting married there is often an integral group of people who help with different aspects of your day. From bridesmaids to flower girls, the best man and ushers and also the roles of your immediate family. It’s difficult to sometimes know what the wedding party roles are. So we’ve got the low down on who’s who and what they can help you with on your wedding day.
The Maid of Honour & Bridesmaids
Whether you opt for one or ten, your bridesmaids usually help in the lead up to the wedding. From coming with you to try on short wedding dresses to organising your hen night. At our wedding boutique the appointments are one to one, no other brides will be present. Bring along your bridesmaid to get a second opinion and enjoy the moment.
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Bridesmaids offer emotional support in the run up to the wedding so don’t forget to let them help. You may be feeling nervous so tell them as not only can they help as the wedding gets closer but they’ll also rally around you on your wedding day.
The Best Man & Ushers
This group of men support the Groom in the run up to the wedding and often help arrange the stag night. The Best Man is in charge of wedding rings and getting the groom to the ceremony. Ushers play an important part in the ceremony, making sure everyone is welcomed and seated.
Parents of the Bride
The mother of the bride is often involved int he same way as the bridesmaids. Attending wedding dress appointments and offering opinions. The father of the bride traditionally walked the bride down the aisle but this is not always the case now. He will often be the last person to see you all ready before you become a married woman.
The Grooms parents also take centre stage after the ceremony if you have a receiving line. Mother or the groom may be involved in the run up to the wedding and can offer support and guidance. The father or the groom is just as involved. Don’t forget those all important wedding photographs and parents gifts at the end of the reception.
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If you’d like to bring your bridesmaids to your consultation they are more than welcome. They can help you find your perfect short wedding dress. Book your one to one consultation today. We have lots more inspiration over on our Wedding Pinterest Boards with all aspects of your wedding day.