If you’ve been asked to be a Maid Of Honour, Matron of Honour, Best Woman or Gentleman Of Honour to the bride-to-be (or groom) in your life, then all you need to do is follow these steps to make sure you have all your bases covered:
Maid Of Honour wedding speeches are becoming much more common for weddings in the UK, Ireland and the rest of Europe these days. It’s a big moment and you definitely don’t want to *wing* it. With some quick planning, you can give a memorable and entertaining speech that won’t have the audience zzz-ing…
If you’d like a bit more detail about each speech writing step (plus a few more bonus sections), check out our full guide on writing the perfect Maid Of Honour speech for the big day.
As the Maid Of Honour, there is so much to the role but the hen weekend is the one area where you have real creative control and the most ability to spoil the bride.
These are your first 4 steps when planning the hen party:
If you’re planning a small hen do or if you’d just like to be in control of every aspect of the event, then the next steps would be:
If planning the hen party all by yourself and collecting money from the group sounds like a headache, then we recommend getting the experts to do all the hard work for you. All you’d need to do is:
Being a Maid Of Honour can be a tough gig but it can also be a really special opportunity to show your love and loyalty to the bride with some unique hen party, pre-wedding and wedding day surprises for her!
You’ll probably only be asked to be a Maid Of Honour once in your life and you’d only be chosen if you were a truly special person in the bride-to-be’s life.
There’s a lot involved in the role but that doesn’t have to mean it should stress you out. Take it step-by-step, get some good advice and make sure to make it your own! You version of the role shouldn’t be the same as everybody else’s because your relationship with the bride-to-be is like nobody else’s…
Good luck, spoil her rotten and have fun!