Getting selected as bridesmaid at a wedding comes with a lot of responsibility. While some of these responsibilities fall on the actual day of the wedding, a bridesmaid is truly needed on the days prior to it. Here are a list of duties that a bridesmaid is expected to fulfil for her best friend.
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A bachelorette party is one of the best things that a bridesmaid gets to do with regard to her bridesmaid duties. It’s the last night that the bride is allowed to go crazy so make sure that you throw a crazy party that will match up to it. Go the extra mile and book a great place, and hire some male strippers if you can as well. Make sure that there’s enough food and cake to go around and pay extra attention to the drinks. You can also throw in some crazy bachelorette party games in to the mix as well. Pick a theme and make some decorations and you will definitely make the bride happy that she picked you as her bridesmaid.
A bride will have a lot of things to buy and a lot of errands to run before her wedding day and it falls on to the bridesmaids to accompany her and help her out. This may include dress shopping, food tasting and venue checking. All of the bridesmaids will not be able to accompany the bride for each and every one of these excursions. Therefore you will need to divide tasks among yourself and make sure that each one goes on at least one shopping trip and helps the bride out with her selections.
One of the most useful ways in which a bridesmaid can help out is by volunteering to take on some of the more minor tasks, so that the bride does not need to worry about them. This may include writing out the invitations, confirming appointments or even making agendas and to-do lists. By taking over such small tasks not only will you be helping the bride but you will also be able to be a part of the wedding in a special way.
On the Day
On the big day a bridesmaid needs to make sure that the bride has absolutely nothing to worry about and be her eyes, ears and mouth at all times. In addition to overseeing the ceremony, and being beside the bride as much as you can, you will also need to make a speech, especially if you’re maid of honour. You will also need to learn a few dance steps so that you can dance with the groomsmen at the ceremony.