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  1. bessiedarlin

    One : )

    unless you have two bff’s that you just can’t choose between OR a maid of honor and a matron (married) of honor : )

  2. Perse

    You can have 0-1 MOH.

    You can then really have as many, or as few, bridesmaids as you want and can afford.

  3. bostonGKR

    Your closest friend should be the Maid of Honor.

    If you have two closest friends, you can have two Maids of Honor. (More than that and it gets kind of ridiculous.) If you can’t choose your closest friend, you don’t have to have a Maid of Honor at all, and everyone can be an equal bridesmaid.

    Remember that the Maid of Honor should be your closest friend, not the person who will do the most work for your wedding. It’s not the Maid of Honor’s job to help plan your wedding or run errands for you or anything like that.

  4. LOLIPOP

    1-2. just pick someone you really trust.u don’t have to feel pressured to have 20 maid of honors marching down the aisle

  5. saneyaya

    There is one maid of honour, but sometimes brides will have a matron of honour, as that is what a married woman is called. The maid of honour is not a married woman. It is not ‘court’, it is the bridal party. You can have as many bridal attendants (sometimes called bridesmaids) as you like.
    You might have a flower girl, you can have a train bearer (little girl or boy) if you have a cathedral train on your gown, you might have a ring bearer, and if you have any preteen girl that you want to include, she would be a junior bridesmaid.
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  6. Macy the Wedding Planner

    one maid of honor and or one matron of honor
    bridesmaids – as many as you want – I’ve done weddings with up to 19

  7. Caitlin

    You normally have 1 maid of honors and as many bridesmaids as you want. Normal party size I have seen is 3-4 bridesmaids. Hope that helps!

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