Steps to Consider Before You Become a MOH

bride and bridesmaids in pink

EXTRA: Check out this IG reel here on what the MOH needs to do during the ceremony.

A maid or matron of honor has many duties leading up to the wedding day + on the wedding day itself. If you're considering becoming a MOH to your family or best friend (hooray!), here is a small list of some tasks that you should be aware of before you accept the position:

  1. Be the Ultimate Cheerleader: From dress shopping to cake tasting, be there to support and encourage the Bride every step of the way. Your positive energy and enthusiasm will make the whole experience even more fun and memorable!
  2. Plan Epic Bachelorette Shenanigans: As the maid of honor, it's your duty to plan an unforgettable bachelorette party. Get creative and think outside the box! Whether it's a weekend getaway or a themed party, make sure it's a celebration she'll never forget.
    bride and bridesmaids on wedding morning opening champagne
  3. Surprise Her with Sweet Treats: Who doesn't love surprises? Show your love and appreciation by surprising her with her favorite treats throughout the wedding planning process. It could be a box of her favorite chocolates or a delicious cupcake delivery. Little gestures like these will definitely bring a smile to her face!
  4. Keep the Stress at Bay: Wedding planning can be overwhelming at times, so be the calming presence in the Brides life. Help her stay organized, offer a listening ear when she needs to vent, and remind her to take breaks and enjoy the journey. Your support will mean the world to her!

bride and maid of honor holding veil
I hope these ideas inspire you to make your Bride's 
wedding planning experience even more enjoyable. Of course, there are many more things to keep in mind but this is a great start. 

WANT TO SEE MORE? We recently posted an Instagram Reel here so you can get all the goods on what you should be doing for your Bride during the ceremony. Good luck!