Bridesmaids

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  • Posted: 4 Feb 2019 21:04

    Bridesmaids

    Hi, I’m after some opinions I am ordering gifts for by bridesmaids to be, one is married and one is divorced, do I use the term Maiden of honour and Maid of honour or do I just use bridesmaids. I’m not sure as it’s been a longtime since I got married last time (20yrs) I don’t want it to sound old fashioned or is this the right thing to put...... help!!!

  • Posted: 5 Feb 2019 9:14

    Re: Bridesmaids

    I would just use bridesmaids. If you have one that is going to be more in charge and that you are closer to, she could be your Maid of Honour, but it doesn't matter nowadays if they are single, divorced, married or whatever. Maid of Honour is just a step up from regular bridesmaids, maybe helps more with prep, just a higher honour reserved for a close friend.

    Hope this helps! X

  • Posted: 5 Feb 2019 14:06

    Re: Bridesmaids

    I just used the term bridesmaids for all of mine. I couldn’t choose between them to have a maid of honour etc as loved them all the same. Hope that helps x

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