When it comes to the bride's train, it is usually the brother or best friend of the groom who helps out. However, it is also traditional for the father of the groom to be the godfather. It is important to remember that having too many bridesmaids can make them look foolish, and it is perfectly acceptable to have an uneven number of attendants on both sides. When walking on the sidewalk, make sure that the bride's wedding dress is kept off the floor.
During the main dances, you should take the bridesmaids, bride, and mothers of the bride and groom for a walk on the dance floor.When getting in and out of cars or trams, stay close to the bride and give her time to do so. At the end of the procession, you can stand with other bridesmaids or sit with your parents on a bench near the front of the church or venue. When at the altar, keep an eye on the bride's dress and veil to make sure it looks good. The style of the party should take into account both the groom's taste and the bride's sensitivity.If bridesmaids decide to organize a bachelorette party in addition to a bridal shower, it is up to them to plan it.
Bridesmaids are usually a group of close friends, sisters, cousins, and possibly future sisters-in-law of the bride. Traditionally, it is up to the bridesmaid to hold onto both rings during the ceremony until they are exchanged. If they decide to give a group gift, it is up to them to organize funds and buy it.Before the wedding day, bridesmaids should attend bachelor parties, order their attire in a timely manner, and give a wedding gift to the bride and groom. The godfather acts as an unofficial party organizer, making sure all guests have fun and their needs are met (such as bringing a glass of punch for an older aunt).
The florist should wear a sweet dress that either complements or contrasts with bridesmaids' dresses. Finally, as a token of appreciation for their wonderful bridal party, the bride and groom should give thoughtful gifts for bridesmaids and groomsmen.