All you need to know about bridesmaids
Have you ever thought of having bridesmaids for your wedding but you don’t know exactly how many they should be, how they should dress, and what roles they have?
Read on, because I tell you everything in this post!
WHAT ARE BRIDESMAIDS
The bridesmaids are a group of friends, cousins or sisters who are part of the bridal courtship. At the ceremony they make their entrance before the bride who will arrive accompanied by the best man.
The bride can choose how many bridesmaids will accompany her on her big day. There is no set number. The most important thing is to choose the people she considers closest and special to her.
WHAT ARE THE BRIDESMAIDS DUTIES
Bridesmaids can help the bride in choosing her dress, accompanied on the tests and advising.
They are also in charge of organizing the Bachelorette party, but the most important thing is that they will be accompanying the bride on her big day from the preparations to the end.
If there are several bridesmaids, it is always advisable to have one that takes care of coordinating the rest of the group.
During the ceremony they can help the bride to place the veil, and can also help to give the favours to the guests.
HOW SHOULD BRIDESMAIDS DRESS
The bride usually chooses the dresses of her bridesmaids, but always consulting with them so that they all feel comfortable with the chosen model and color.
It is not necessary that the model is the same for all of them. They can choose the same color and style, but each one will wear the dress cut that suits them best.
You can also give the bridesmaids general instructions to match the style of the wedding and the color palette used.
The same with the hairstyle: you can advise that all wear the hair up or loose, but each one choose the model that she likes.
But the most important thing is that you enjoy the time you will spend with your bridesmaids in the days before the wedding and also during the big day.
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