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How to Choose a Maid of Honor When You Have More Than One Sister

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Nov 132016
 

For some, picking a maid of honor is a no brainer and you may even have been planning on it for years. For others, it can be super-stressful and even dramatic. Especially for those with more than one sister, choosing between sisters can be difficult, and even possibly impossible. Here's some of our best advice on what to do while keeping the peace, being diplomatic, and sharing in the sisterly love.

Maid and Matron
The easiest solution to this predicament would be if you have two sisters, and one is already married. If you luck out with this scenario, simply have a maid of honor and a matron of honor and voilà — problem solved. Traditionally, the shared responsibility takes the extra pressure off of just having one representative, and then you can all share in the excitement and special moments that come along with the role. Problem = solved!

Pick Out of a Hat
Okay, so this may seem a little ridiculous but if you all agree and truly can't make up your mind, it's probably the fairest option out there. If you opt to go this route and all your sisters are on board, there can't really be resentment, blame or jealousy if you rely on this foolproof method to make decisions when you just can't. (Just make sure to shake it up and close your eyes!)

Rotate
There's nothing wrong with planning ahead! A popular move when dealing with more than one sibling and a wedding party is to mutually design a rotation of who will serve as the MOH in one another's wedding. You can rotate by age, or any other factor you decide — but it can work out that you all get to share in the honor of being a MOH for one another if you plan ahead! (If one sister does not want to, or does not end up getting married, you can still make it up to her in another creative way!)

See More: How to Include Your Younger Sister in Pre-Wedding Events

Talk it Out
Perhaps one sister is pregnant, plans to become pregnant or is going through financial issues and might not be able to afford (either financially or emotionally) being a maid of honor right now. Maybe your younger sister isn't ready, or even able to step up to the task. Or, maybe one realllyyyy wants to be your MOH and one doesn't mind taking a back seat. You'll hear thousands of times as you embark on your marriage journey that communication is key — and that applies here too. Sit down with your sisters and talk it out. If everyone is reasonable and open, you're likely to end the conversation with a decision that's fair and honest.

6 Brides on the Unique Bridesmaid Gifts They Gave Their Bridal Party

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Nov 112016
 
Special Gift I Gave My Bridesmaids

Photo: Kate Headley

Your bridal party is the crew that sticks by your side through the thick and thin of wedding planning — from the moment your partner pops the question to the last song of your wedding night. And because of that, they deserve some love and recognition and most likely a pretty sweet bridesmaid gift. But don't take it from us; take it from the real brides that gave their bridesmaids the most unique gifts for being a party of their big day.

"My friend Rachel is in the cannabis industry (we live in Colorado where it is legal) so we co-created artisan hand-made goodie bags with that theme. We came up with the name 'budmaid' for bridesmaids because in legal cannabis dispensaries the people who host the 'bars' are called 'budtenders'. Each budmaid got an assortment of gifts ranging from a cannabis-infused bath bomb to a hand-blown glass chakra stash jar." —Zoe (Cosmic Sister)

"My bridesmaids were the most supportive, kick-ass, amazing group, so I gave each a 'Princess Diana' engagement ring as a thank you. The concept of rings was an important part of the whole experience as I'd gifted them with Ring Pops when asking them to be my bridesmaids! So it seemed fitting to thank them with a more permanent ring symbol." —Melody

"I'm into the power of crystal so I gave each of my bridesmaids healing crystal bra clips. A bra is a great place to have a crystal because it's a personal reminder that you tread your own path." —Laura

"All my bridesmaids were married so I purchased each of them a Stella & Dot necklace with their anniversary date engraved. I thought no better way to celebrate my special day then to honor their commitment to love and marriage. Each of them absolutely loved it and it was a nice way to cater to each bridesmaid, despite their style differences. I also gave each bridesmaid matching earrings and a robe to wear while getting ready." —Melody

"Three words: 'personalized bridesmaid sweatpants!'" —Anna

"Adele was coming to town shortly after the wedding and the concert was sold out months in advance. I worked some connections, spent big bucks and — voila — got everyone tickets!" —Toni

See More: 7 Ways to Pump Up Your Bridesmaids Before the Wedding

"I bought everyone a two year subscription to the Wine of the Month Club because I knew there was many a night during the lead-up to the wedding I'd caused them to go home and uncork a bottle to release stress!" —Rebecca

"Having been a bridesmaid umpteenth times before I became a bride, I felt the best present to give my gals was to help them out financially with the cost of being there for me on this special day. So I chipped in on their dresses, shoes and many other expenses along the way." —Lynda

"I made donations to everyone's favorite charities—and funded a spa day for my bridal party!" —Kim

"My bridesmaids and I love our Godiva so I got everyone a certificate for a chocolate-making course. We took the class together and made fabulous treats. Yum." —Harriet

"I put a lot of thought into doing something special for everyone and I came up with personalized Song Lyric Necklaces. Several of the bridesmaids liked 'Put a Ring on It'." —Susan

Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW is a New York City-based marriage therapist and author.

6 Brides on the Unique Bridesmaid Gifts They Gave Their Bridal Party

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Nov 112016
 
Special Gift I Gave My Bridesmaids

Photo: Kate Headley

Your bridal party is the crew that sticks by your side through the thick and thin of wedding planning — from the moment your partner pops the question to the last song of your wedding night. And because of that, they deserve some love and recognition and most likely a pretty sweet bridesmaid gift. But don't take it from us; take it from the real brides that gave their bridesmaids the most unique gifts for being a party of their big day.

"My friend Rachel is in the cannabis industry (we live in Colorado where it is legal) so we co-created artisan hand-made goodie bags with that theme. We came up with the name 'budmaid' for bridesmaids because in legal cannabis dispensaries the people who host the 'bars' are called 'budtenders'. Each budmaid got an assortment of gifts ranging from a cannabis-infused bath bomb to a hand-blown glass chakra stash jar." —Zoe (Cosmic Sister)

"My bridesmaids were the most supportive, kick-ass, amazing group, so I gave each a 'Princess Diana' engagement ring as a thank you. The concept of rings was an important part of the whole experience as I'd gifted them with Ring Pops when asking them to be my bridesmaids! So it seemed fitting to thank them with a more permanent ring symbol." —Melody

"I'm into the power of crystal so I gave each of my bridesmaids healing crystal bra clips. A bra is a great place to have a crystal because it's a personal reminder that you tread your own path." —Laura

"All my bridesmaids were married so I purchased each of them a Stella & Dot necklace with their anniversary date engraved. I thought no better way to celebrate my special day then to honor their commitment to love and marriage. Each of them absolutely loved it and it was a nice way to cater to each bridesmaid, despite their style differences. I also gave each bridesmaid matching earrings and a robe to wear while getting ready." —Melody

"Three words: 'personalized bridesmaid sweatpants!'" —Anna

"Adele was coming to town shortly after the wedding and the concert was sold out months in advance. I worked some connections, spent big bucks and — voila — got everyone tickets!" —Toni

See More: 7 Ways to Pump Up Your Bridesmaids Before the Wedding

"I bought everyone a two year subscription to the Wine of the Month Club because I knew there was many a night during the lead-up to the wedding I'd caused them to go home and uncork a bottle to release stress!" —Rebecca

"Having been a bridesmaid umpteenth times before I became a bride, I felt the best present to give my gals was to help them out financially with the cost of being there for me on this special day. So I chipped in on their dresses, shoes and many other expenses along the way." —Lynda

"I made donations to everyone's favorite charities—and funded a spa day for my bridal party!" —Kim

"My bridesmaids and I love our Godiva so I got everyone a certificate for a chocolate-making course. We took the class together and made fabulous treats. Yum." —Harriet

"I put a lot of thought into doing something special for everyone and I came up with personalized Song Lyric Necklaces. Several of the bridesmaids liked 'Put a Ring on It'." —Susan

Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW is a New York City-based marriage therapist and author.

Must-Follow Style Tips for Mismatching Your Bridesmaids

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Nov 082016
 

One of the most popular wedding party trends right now is mismatched bridesmaids dresses. While we LOVE when brides do this, sometimes working with too many variables and options can lead to a visual disaster. So how do you get the look and keep your ladies in style? Read on for tips on how to mismatch your bridesmaid dresses.

Tie it Together
While alternating colors, styles, silhouettes, or all of the above, it's important to have one design component that ties all the looks together for a cohesive aesthetic. Perhaps a rhinestone belt or hairpiece can do the trick. If you're alternating dress colors, represent each color in the bridesmaid bouquet for stunning photos. Or, consider statement necklaces or earrings for a uniform accessory look. (You can give these as bridesmaid gifts, too!)

Choice and Voice
The beauty of having various bridesmaid dresses is that each girl can feel beautiful and confident in their own look, while still fitting in to your desired vision and color scheme. Before you go assigning the dress model, make and color, talk to your girls. When having a uniformed style, this isn't always an option, but we can guarantee your bridal party will be more than grateful to have their voices and concerns heard. Bustier bridesmaids may want a more modest neckline, some girls may want fitted silhouettes and others may not have a preference whatsoever, but since you have the room for discussion take this opportunity to give your girls a choice.

Length Counts
In the true spirit of mismatching, dress lengths can vary, too. Just be sure that there is a good mix of lengths (and silhouettes, for that matter) to go around. Otherwise, bridal party photos may look a bit awkward if all your girls opt for long except one, or vice-versa. Whether you choose all floor-length gowns, a uniform to-the-knee hem, or varying lengths based on the dress and the 'maid, make sure you stick to a hemline or have balanced options on the table. Your photographer will thank you!

See More: These Lucky Bridesmaids Held PUPPIES Instead of Flowers for Their Wedding Photos

Theme
Unless you're going for straight up rainbow vibes, it's important your vision still have a theme, or guiding color concept. Maybe you have six bridesmaids and colors will vary by pairs of two, or perhaps you want all your girls in varying shades of one color family. Regardless, don't be too loosey-goosey with your visions. You still want your bridesmaids to look like bridesmaids, right? To do this, share swatches or color families with your girls, or give them options of 10-15 dresses to choose from in the colors you desire. By doing this, they still have an element of choice, and you have peace of mind that your dresses will meet your vision for the big day.


The Top 5 Bridesmaid Etiquette Questions, Asked and Answered

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Nov 042016
 

What's a bride without her bridesmaids? Whether you're selecting the women who will stand by your side at your own wedding, or have been invited to be a bridesmaid for a friend or family member, the honor comes with a lot of responsibilities — and a lot of questions. Thankfully, our experts have the answers!

If I Was Her Bridesmaid, Do I Have to Ask Her to Be Mine?
The short answer is, no. If you aren't as close as you used to be, there's no rule requiring that you return the favor and ask the friend in question to be in your wedding, as well. Even if you're still close friends, if you've decided to have a much smaller wedding party, there are many other ways you can include her in your wedding without asking her to wear a matching dress and plan the bachelorette party. Still best friends? Then by all means, ask away!

How Many Bridesmaids Should I Have?
The size of the wedding party is usually proportionate to the size of the wedding as a whole. Weddings with much larger guest lists tend to have more bridesmaids and groomsmen, while more intimate celebrations often feature just a few people in the wedding party. If you're having trouble narrowing it down, focus on inviting close friends who you know will be responsive, excited, and cooperative: The last thing you want is a group of bridesmaids who don't get along or disagree with every idea you have, so that might mean keeping the group smaller for the sake of your sanity.

What Should I Do if I Can't Afford to Be a Bridesmaid?
Let's face it: Being a bridesmaid is expensive. From the dress and hair appointment to the bridal shower and bachelorette party, it's a lot to spend! If you're on a budget, talk to the bride about it early-on. Figure out if she'd rather have you at the bridal shower or the bachelorette party, and if you can do your own hair or makeup instead of springing for the professional. When it comes to your dress, check resale sites to see if you can get the same gown for a steal, or look into companies like Vow to be Chic or Rent the Runway to rent instead of buying. (The latter is a great option if the bride has requested mismatched attire!) And of course, if you're really strapped for cash, consider stepping down and offering to participate in the wedding another way, whether it's as a greeter at the ceremony or by giving a toast at the rehearsal dinner, and then simply attend as a guest.

See More: The 49 Mistakes Bridesmaids Always Make

What Does a Bridesmaid Do?
When you're not the maid of honor, you might think there's a lot less for you to do, but you still have responsibilities! Bridesmaids can pitch in to help the MOH, whether it's coordinating travel schedules while she makes hotel reservations for the bachelorette party or stepping in to take care of smaller details for the bridal shower. If you live close to the bride, you may be called upon to help with DIY projects or run last-minute errands before the big day. The biggest role is to be supportive, and then to serve as a quasi-hostess once the party starts. Socialize with guests, smile, and get down on the dance floor!

Do Bridesmaids Get a Plus One?
Common plus-one practice has definitely evolved with the times, and the general rule today is that anyone in a serious relationship should be invited along with their significant other, while more casual relationships or single guests are invited solo. You could apply this rule to your wedding party, as well, but given how much your 'maids have done throughout the planning process, most brides and grooms opt to extend a plus-one invitation to their bridesmaids and groomsmen, no matter their relationship status.

BRIDES Dallas: 5 Swanky Spas for Bridal Party Pampering

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Nov 042016
 

When it comes to wedding planning, no one deserves more pampering than the bride. But let us not forget the ladies who have been there from the engagement toasts to the mini-meltdowns at the wedding dress store — who are almost as deserving as the bride. A fun way to enjoy a relaxing spa party for you and your bridesmaids is just the ticket to enjoy a day of relaxation. A full day of treating yourself (or even an afternoon!) is a perfect way to settle any pre-wedding jitters, so here are our favorite Dallas spas for some good ol' fashioned pampering.

Stay All Day at Koffee Day Spa + Med Spa
Not only does Koffee Day Spa live up to its "affordable luxury" tagline, it also boasts a hefty number of specialty massage services (swedish, deep tissue, pregnancy, stones, bamboo, and more). For bridal squads opting for beauty treatments, facials, manicures, and makeup applications are available.

Explore the Spa Castle
Spa Castle is unlike any spa you've ever been to: This sprawling establishment is an oasis of wellness with spa pools, a sauna valley, resting lounges, a fitness center, overnight rooms, and to top it off — a luxurious menu of spa treatments. Spend the entire weekend pool hoppin' and getting pampered with your best girls by your side.

Restore Balance at Serenity Room Day Spa
Experience their specialty, the AromaTouch Technique, a doctor-developed method that uses essential oils to relieve stress, inflammation, and other ailments which brings the body back to a balanced state. Other spa services include massages, skin care, total-body treatments, and waxing. If you and your gals are aching from the stress, this may be just the ticket.

See More: For Bridesmaid Bouquets, Head to These Expert Dallas Florists

Be One with Nature at the Spa Habitat Organic Spa & Apothecary
With four locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area, Spa Habitat is easy to get to no matter where you and your bridesmaids are coming from. Unique in that they only use organic and natural products, Spa Habitat works to provide wellness in an eco-friendly way. Relax and unwind with your gal pals with the comfort in knowing that your massage, facial, and even hair removal are holistic and gentle on the environment.

Relax at Woodhouse Day Spa
Tucked away in the quaint city of Victoria, Texas, Woodhouse Day Spa is a peaceful and charming retreat for any bridal party. With over 70 spa treatments to choose from, you and your ladies will have a hard time deciding the best plan of action — which isn't a bad problem to have. Sip on a refreshing beverage and catch up on some gossip — all while lounging in plush robes (provided, of course). Read real brides' reviews here!

For more local spas, as well wedding hair and makeup artists, be sure to browse our Dallas Beauty page!

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How Old is Old Enough to Be a Bridesmaid?

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Nov 032016
 
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When it comes to choosing your wedding party, you've got so many people to choose from: Childhood buddies, college BFFs, siblings, your closest friends in your new city... the list goes on! It's already a lot of options, but there are even more when you reconsider the age requirement. So how old is old enough to be a bridesmaid, and which of your gals is too young for the job? Our experts weigh in.

While the cut off between a flower girl and a junior bridesmaid is clearly set at "tween," figuring out where to draw the line between junior bridesmaids and bridesmaids is a little more tough. You'll want her to be old enough that she can hang out with your friends and still feel comfortable, but also don't want to deny the spot to a special woman in your life just because she doesn't have a driver's license.

There are two logical places to draw the line between your junior bridesmaids and your bridesmaids. The first is to place the cut-off at 17 or 18 — i.e. making a high school diploma a requirement. This will ensure that the 'maid in question is a little more grown up, which will make her more comfortable amongst your 20-something friends and make her feel like she's part of the gang instead of just your little sister or younger cousin.

The second option is to draw the line at 21. This will enable her to attend your bachelorette festivities, whether you're heading to a winery or hitting the Vegas Strip. It would be a bummer to leave your sister behind, especially if she has Maid of Honor status, and setting the bar a little higher means she'll be able to participate.

Of course, you can also define the role however you'd like to accommodate the girls you love. If your sis is 15, why not let her still serve as your MOH? There's no reason that special role can't go to someone a little younger. Include her in as much as possible, then send her down the aisle with a groomsman when the time comes!

See more: Can Your Mom Be a Bridesmaid?

7 Things a Maid of Honor Should NEVER Do at a Wedding

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Oct 192016
 

When you've said "I do" to taking on the maid-of-honor duties for one of your closest friends in the world, it's likely you'll also take on a long list of things you'll be eager to get done to help out the bride before it's time to walk down the aisle. But along with your list of 'dos' you should also make a list of 'don'ts' you should completely avoid doing at the wedding too. Here are 7 things the maid of honor should NEVER do at a wedding.

1. Give a Long Toast
You may have an urge to chat about every single memory you have with the bride and run through a list of inside jokes between the two of you, but in order to keep the room full of guests happy and awake, keep your toast under 3 minutes.

2. Have Too Many Drinks
Just because the bar is open and you're ready to kick back and celebrate your maid-of-honor duties coming to an end, remember that all eyes are on you as the bride's go-to gal pal for the night, so avoid getting too drunk to function.

3. Change Into Your Own Dress
Even if the MOH dress the bride picked out for you to wear isn't flattering or something you'd usually wear, stick with the dress for the wedding night. Changing into another dress any time before the afterparty is a major faux-pas.

4. Leave The Wedding Early
The wedding day is a very long day, and even if you'd like to sneak out early to hit the pillow, stay as long as you can to help the bride keep the party going — and to be there in case she needs any last minute help.

See More: Bridesmaid Duties When You're Not the Maid of Honor

5. Make The Day About You
Check your drama at the door and leave your complaints for the day after. Remember, the wedding day isn't about you, so if something is bugging you, try to take a deep breath and carry on.

6. Complain to the Bride
If it's too hot out or you don't like the way your hair came out, complain to anyone and everyone else but the bride. She'll be dealing with enough stressful moments, so avoid overwhelming her with any extra ones.

7. Show Off All Her Dance Moves
It's okay to be the life of the party at the wedding, but try not to overshadow all the other guest and the main focus of the night: the couple getting married.

Jen Glantz is a "Professional Bridesmaid" and the founder of Bridesmaid for Hire. She's the author of All My Friends Are Engaged and frequently wears old bridesmaid dresses to the grocery store and on first dates.

The 6 Costs You Should Cover for Your Bridesmaids

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Oct 182016
 
Bridesmaid Expenses Brides Should Cover

Photo: Paige Jones

It's no secret that being a bridesmaid is an expensive role for your friends to take on. They will find themselves paying for pre-wedding events, transportation costs, and of course the dress you'd like them to wear on the big day. So if you're looking for a way to pick up some of the expenses your bridesmaids may incur, here are 6 things you should pay for, if you can, for your bridal party.

1. A Wedding Survival Kit
Whether it's a bowl filled with travel-sized toiletries from the drug store or a personalized tote bag filled with emergency items for the day, be sure to equip your bridesmaids with any last-minute must-have items.

2. Their Transportation Home
Since the average wedding day for a bridal party is 10+ hours, be sure to provide your wedding party with transportation home or back to the hotel. You can do this through a taxi service or a scheduled shuttle for all of the guests.

3. Hair and Makeup
If it's in your budget, a great treat (and gift!) for your bridal party is to pick up the tab on the glam squad, paying for them to get both their hair and makeup done on the wedding day. If you can't manage to pay for both beauty fees, opt for one or the other. They'll definitely apprecaite the gesture.

4. Bridesmaid Accessories
Any and all items you'd like your bridesmaids to wear on the wedding day to accentuate the dress can be items that you buy for each bridesmaid as the ultimate thank you gift.

See More: How to Get Your Bridesmaids to Do What You Want (and Not Hate You For It)

5. A Mani/Pedi
There's no better way to relax and pamper your bridal party before the wedding than with a group outing to get a mani/pedi, especially when you're paying for it! Treat your girls to a fun day at the spa, and get wedding-ready while doing so.

6. Alterations
If you're asking your bridesmaids to buy their dresses themselves, one thing you can do to help keep the costs down is offer to pay for any alterations that they might need. That way, you can be sure the dresses fit optimally and look stunning in photos on your big day.

Jen Glantz is a "Professional Bridesmaid" and the founder of Bridesmaid for Hire. She's the author of All My Friends Are Engaged and frequently wears old bridesmaid dresses to the grocery store and on first dates.

The 6 Costs You Should Cover for Your Bridesmaids

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Oct 182016
 
Bridesmaid Expenses Brides Should Cover

Photo: Paige Jones

It's no secret that being a bridesmaid is an expensive role for your friends to take on. They will find themselves paying for pre-wedding events, transportation costs, and of course the dress you'd like them to wear on the big day. So if you're looking for a way to pick up some of the expenses your bridesmaids may incur, here are 6 things you should pay for, if you can, for your bridal party.

1. A Wedding Survival Kit
Whether it's a bowl filled with travel-sized toiletries from the drug store or a personalized tote bag filled with emergency items for the day, be sure to equip your bridesmaids with any last-minute must-have items.

2. Their Transportation Home
Since the average wedding day for a bridal party is 10+ hours, be sure to provide your wedding party with transportation home or back to the hotel. You can do this through a taxi service or a scheduled shuttle for all of the guests.

3. Hair and Makeup
If it's in your budget, a great treat (and gift!) for your bridal party is to pick up the tab on the glam squad, paying for them to get both their hair and makeup done on the wedding day. If you can't manage to pay for both beauty fees, opt for one or the other. They'll definitely apprecaite the gesture.

4. Bridesmaid Accessories
Any and all items you'd like your bridesmaids to wear on the wedding day to accentuate the dress can be items that you buy for each bridesmaid as the ultimate thank you gift.

See More: How to Get Your Bridesmaids to Do What You Want (and Not Hate You For It)

5. A Mani/Pedi
There's no better way to relax and pamper your bridal party before the wedding than with a group outing to get a mani/pedi, especially when you're paying for it! Treat your girls to a fun day at the spa, and get wedding-ready while doing so.

6. Alterations
If you're asking your bridesmaids to buy their dresses themselves, one thing you can do to help keep the costs down is offer to pay for any alterations that they might need. That way, you can be sure the dresses fit optimally and look stunning in photos on your big day.

Jen Glantz is a "Professional Bridesmaid" and the founder of Bridesmaid for Hire. She's the author of All My Friends Are Engaged and frequently wears old bridesmaid dresses to the grocery store and on first dates.

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