wedding attendants

The members of your wedding party will include family and friends that are nearest and dearest to your heart.

Together, they will divide responsibilities and provide support for the bride and groom. The success of your wedding will depend on who you choose and how well everyone gets along. Before you plan, review the roles and responsibilities of each attendant. If you have the honor of being named an attendant, this is your chance to put forth your best effort and be part of something special.

gifts
Need ideas for special gifts? This page offers suggestions for the bride, groom, maid or matron of honor, bridesmaids, the best man, groomsmen, ushers, and other attendants.
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guest book
A guest book attendant welcomes guests and has them sign the guest book. It's not a mandatory position but it's often traditional to ensure that the book gets signed by everyone. Here's how to be relaxed and confident by knowing what to wear and what your responsibilities are.
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candy
Congratulations! Loved and trusted couples are top choice for host and hostess but this is one area that garners many questions. Ask and you shall receive.
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pews
Times have changed and there are no definitive rules for parents, however, many customary ones are still relevant. This article is a general guide to parent etiquette and how to work together for a perfect wedding day.
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to-do lists
A personal attendant is a valuable addition to the bridal party. Who else but a reliable friend or family member is better equipped to help with personal issues and make sure things go as planned? Find out what else may be asked of the personal attendant.
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ring bearer pillow
Being in the wedding party is a whole lot of fun but it also comes with a great deal of responsibility. Here is a list of duties for the Maid or Matron of Honor, the bridesmaids, the flower girl, the best man, the groomsmen or ushers, and the ring bearer.
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quick tips

Choose your wedding party only after careful thought and consideration. You can't "un-ask" someone, so being sure is most important.
Nowadays, roles are not defined by gender. It's perfectly fine to have a "bridesman", "groomgirl", or "usherette". Have fun!