Should the groom see the bridesmaid dresses?
- The groom seeing his bride before the ceremony is considered bad luck, but there is nothing wrong with the groom seeing the maid of honor or the bridesmaids.
Once you have asked a friend to be your bridesmaid it is poor etiquette to suddenly choose one of your bridesmaids and tell them they are no longer in the wedding party. If you need to do this because of financial problems then communicate to your bridesmaids the truth and see if they will pay for their own dresses. Many bridesmaids now pay for their own dresses.
Should I agree to be a male bridesmaid as my girlfriends aunt is getting married and she asked my girlfriend her sister and I to be bridesmaids and she wants us to wear matching dresses and makeup?
Your girlfriend's aunt either has a strange sense of humor having a male for a bridesmaid or she is having a joke at your expense. She could ask you to give her away at the altar much like a father gives his daughter away to the groom. She may want to have something different for a laugh at her wedding (you) but a wedding at a church or saying vows is a serious issue and…
No brides wants to see their maids of honour dressed in cheap dresses. However, there are low cost options for those of very tight budgets. These can be bought pre-worn or hired. There are many sites available as well as budget stores that can assist and can actually advise on accessorising at little cost to change the look of a pre-worn dress
It is actually a myth that it's bad luck for the groom to see the wedding dress or see his bride in her wedding dress before the ceremony. The ritual is that the groom doesn't see the wedding dress on or off the bride before the wedding so he will be surprise at how beautiful she looks coming down the aisle.
When your sister needs you to model her dresses to see what they look like but you're a guy should you?
If you were the maid of honor or one of the bridesmaids then you are actually the bride's friend. Whether you like the groom or not you should either stay quiet around him or respect him while his wife is with him so as not to offend your girlfriend. If you wish not to see him then set up dates with your friend (the bride) and meet for lunch or dinner. It would be wise…