A Bride's Guide to Bridesmaids

The Question-
You're engaged! Now it's time to pop the wedding party question. Once you narrow down who you want, you can simply ask them in person or over the phone (pass on the email this time). ... more 
The Question-
You're engaged! Now it's time to pop the wedding party question. Once you narrow down who you want, you can simply ask them in person or over the phone (pass on the email this time). Another fun idea? Send a personal card that will get the message across and also act as a sweet memento. When you do talk to them, be upfront about the time and monetary commitments. less 
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Source: A Bride's Guide to Bridesmaids



Have you noticed? It's wedding season here at Sugar. If you're tying the knot soon, you might ask close friends or family to be in your wedding. And while you probably know how to be a good friend, sister, cousin, or whatever, when it comes to wedding planning, your relationships, and the potential drama, can quickly shoot to the next level. I've identified some common areas of concern with bridesmaids and offered some commonsense ways to approach them. Check it out and add your advice at the end!




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