What bridesmaids should and shouldn’t pay

As a general rule, the godmother guests are people who are close to the bride and whom she trusts very much. However, it’s not always easy to explain to godmothers that their choice of godmother implies not only a great deal of emotional support throughout the process of planning the ceremony, but also some monetary costs.

The best way to let the bridesmaids know what costs they will incur throughout the process is to get them together and analyze their needs so that everything runs smoothly on the big day.

Together they will understand your needs and wishes so that you feel 100% involved not only in the wedding day but also in all the preparations.

Expenses borne by the bridesmaids:
– Bachelorette party

Tradition dictates that the bridesmaids pay for the bride’s bachelorette party, splitting the costs between them. On this day, the bride’s only obligation is to have fun and enjoy every moment of her bachelorette party. Bridesmaids’ dresses Although the bridesmaids may have some requirements regarding their dresses (short or long), these are usually paid for by themselves, unless the bride makes a point of it.

Expenses borne by the bride, but relating to the bridesmaids
– Hair and make-up

Hair and make-up should be paid for by the bride, especially if she insists that they all match to create a certain harmony.

– Accommodation

If it is necessary to accommodate the bridesmaids, or even other guests, this expense will be borne by the bride and groom.

– Bouquet

If the bridesmaids have to carry a bouquet identical to the bride’s, but in a smaller size, the bride will have to pay.
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