Roles of the african american bridesmaid or matron of honor
Helps coordinate activities before and during ceremony.
Attends all pre-wedding parties
May arrange the bridal shower
May help record shower and wedding gifts
May act as an official witness for the marriage license.
The bridesmaids calms the bride nerves.
Helps the bride dress for the ceremony and for departure from the reception.
Greets the officiany(s)if the wedding is at home.
Arranges the wedding gown train before the processional and rearranges for the recessional.
Holds the brides train and removes her headpiece before the reception
Stands next to the couple in the receiving line.
Helps with introductions of guests and with directing the photographer at reception.
Sits on the bridegroom's left side at the bridal table.
Help with pre-wedding activities and errands
Attend all pre-wedding parties
May co host a bachelorette party.
May help to prepare wedding favors and place cards
Stand with the couple in the receiving line
Circulate at the reception, acting as deputy hostesses
The Junior BridesMaids
Usually are 10 to 14 years old
Walk with the bridal party
May be dressed in smaller versions of the bridesmaids dresses or in dresses more appropriate for their ages
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