1. Consider the cost
Being a bridesmaid can be a little pricey. You have to pay for a dress, flowers, hair and makeup, the bachelorette party, and possibly more. An article on Jezebel suggests giving yourself a budget ahead of time. If you can only afford to buy a dress for 200 dollars, tell your bride that before she picks out a dress. That way, you don’t wind up disappointing her when you turn down a style she’s already in love with.
Also, consider how much time you’ll be giving up. A lot of the time, bridesmaids are highly involved in the planning process of the wedding. If you want to be a good bridesmaid, you have to be willing to donate some time to your bride.
2. Put in the effort
3. Have fun
Need more wedding tips? Register for the free Bridal Show at The Mohicans on September 11!
Author: Melissa Johnson
Melissa is an adventurous college student that loves being outside. She also loves making art and doing crafty DIYs. This Wedding Blog will provide tips and tricks for both weddings and event planning, as well as style inspiration and DIY projects. Make sure to follow the blog and come back every Thursday for more!