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Etiquette of Being a Bridesmaid.
The contemporary bridesmaid may be of any age and marital status. Some brides have even asked their mothers to serve in this important role of honor. The bridesmaid tradition is thought to have originated in Bible times during the ceremonies of Jacob, Leah, and Rachel.
How to Be a Great Bridesmaid.
There is a considerable expense involved in being a bridesmaid, including the costs of apparel, travel and hotel room for the ceremony, hosting a party, as well as a shower gift and a wedding gift. A bridesmaid can save money by asking others to pitch in for the showers, wearing a dress she already owns if thats okay with the bride, making her own dress, and staying with friends.
BRIDESMAID meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
bridesmaid American Dictionary. Your browser doesn't' support HTML5 audio. a girl or woman, usually not married, who takes part in a wedding and helps the woman who is getting married. Definition of bridesmaid from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Cambridge University Press.
Bridesmaid - Wikipedia.
Bridesmaids in Europe and North America are often asked to assist the bride with planning the wedding and a wedding reception. In modern times, a bridesmaid often participates in planning wedding-related events, such as a bridal shower or bachelorette party, if there are any.
Bridesmaids 2011 film - Wikipedia.
While trying on gowns, the entire party - except Helen, who chose not to eat - begins vomiting and experiencing uncontrollable diarrhea from food poisoning, with Lillian voiding her bowels in the middle of the street while wearing a wedding dress.

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