And is this tradition really necessary?
These four stories, from bridesmaids who had to deal with real-life bridezillas, will make your jaw drop.
It's your job to keep them in check.
Some couples like to honor the tradition of not seeing each other until the ceremony begins. If you fall into this camp, consider a first look with your parents, siblings, or friends instead.
You don't want to make a mistake everyone will hear.
The bride chose you to stand by her side for a reason.
Don't put on a new gown without consulting the bride first.
It's up to you, but a level of cohesion is always important.
Plus, what you'd want to include on it.
Don't let the buttons, ties, and hooks throw you off.
Their responses may surprise you.
It's a big job, but these pointers will help you fulfill your duties with ease.
Because no one can carry a steamer all day long.
Don't forget that you're there to support the bride.
Here are all the factors to take into consideration.
A new year calls for new color palettes.
Get ready to reimagine attendant's fashion! These fashion-forward bridesmaids' dresses will inspire your own gown search.
This pre-wedding party isn't for everyone, and there's no rule that says you have to have one if you're not into it.
If you're in the bridal suite, the last thing you should be doing is making the woman of honor feel uncomfortable.
Don't toss the expensive ensemble!
Introverted 'maids may feel uncomfortable during the bachelorette party, bridal shower, and wedding. Here's how you can help.
You've got so many line items on your budget already, but should you make room for this one, too?
Do what makes you happy!
What Is a Wedding House Party?
If you have a large group of friends that you'd like to include in your wedding, then read up on this Southern tradition.
Handling this situation the right way is crucial.