When choosing bridesmaids, consider the closest friends and family who won't be burdened by the financial responsibilities of purchasing a dress and traveling to the wedding. Choose life-long friends and family to participate in a wedding with creative ideas from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.
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Hi, I'm Becky Sosa with StressFreeEvents.net. And today I'd like to talk to you about choosing your bridesmaids. You may have had pacts with your best friends from when you were in the second, third grade. That they would be your bridesmaids on your wedding day. Don't worry they've probably forgotten. And they'll just be excited if you invite them to the wedding. The people you want to be there with you on your day are the people that you're closest to. Your friends and your family. Those that you want to share in the special moments with you. Things to consider are, how close they are to you. If you have friends and family that are very close to you. But are unable to travel. You may not want to worry about asking them. Let them know that they're important to you. But find something else for them to do. Or another way to sponsor your wedding. These ladies are going to see you and be there for you in your most intimate times. And they help you get into your dress. Put on your makeup, fix your hair. So you really do want someone that you can depend on. Someone you can trust. They also ask, you're also asking very much of them financially. You ask them to buy a dress. Get their hair done. Get shoes and some of them travel. And have to pay travel expenses. Keep that in mind when you're asking your bridesmaids. So that you don't put anyone under undue financial stress. If it is going to be hard for some of them. Consider helping them out a little bit. And your gift to them, might be to defer some of the cost. Again, this is one of the things to consider when choosing your bridesmaids.