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I just found out 2 of my best friends I assumed wouldn't go may actually be going so this would make us equal or at lest 5 girls 6 guys which to me is amazing lol...1 girl has to talk with her husband about it so I am leaving that as a maybe. I'm just happy that my friends are making the effort bc although I consider them close we have grown apart over the years due to locations and the fact I'm the only one with kids lol

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I have a MOH and 1 bridesmaid 1 flower girl 1 ring bearer and my FI has his Best man and 1 other  so we each have 2 :) Also this is what i used to ask my girlies to be in my wedding :)

 

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I ordered the bracelets but made the boxes myself :) The girls loved them!
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@@CierraG I don't think it's a big deal at all if your sides are uneven! Our sides likely will be as well - two for me and one for my FI

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@@CierraG I don't think it's a big deal at all if your sides are uneven! Our sides likely will be as well - two for me and one for my FI

I also will be uneven

 

3 bridesmaids and 4 groomsman

 

One of the groomsman is actually my best friend/man of honor but my FI asked him to stand with the groomsman

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Ours worked out perfectly, 7 on each side! My sister will be my MOH and my fiance has two best men. We are having a larger wedding (for a destination wedding), I'm estimating 120 guests. I just called them and asked them!

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4: my sister as MOH and my 3 best friends. Wanted to keep it small since we aren't expecting more than 60 people

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I don't know yet... waiting to see who is going to rsvp as I don't want to pressure people to go if they don't have the money. is this a bad idea?

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I don't know yet... waiting to see who is going to rsvp as I don't want to pressure people to go if they don't have the money. is this a bad idea?

I think if they know the price of the trip then you can ask them then they can decide based on how much they have to pay. You could say you completely understand if they can't not pressure because you asked them to be in your wedding party.

But asking them might make them excited and more wanting to go.

 

We have had a couple people in our party that said they couldn't commit cause do school, work, babies ect so we are just waiting to see what our final numbers are.

I had to turn down being a bridesmaid last year cause it was too close to my due date and she understood.

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great bridesmaid stories from all you beautiful brides-to-be!!! it's so great to have someone beside you who "has your back" ...big boost!

 

Hope you all have the Most Amazing Wedding Celebrations Ever - cheers!!!

 

here are some best-friend bridesmaids to knew how to kick it up a notch in the FUN dept......enjoy :)

 

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may the sun keep shining on your face, and the wind be always at your back.......cheers! team MTM :)

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