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You’re excited for your best friend’s wedding! (In fact more than her) aren’t you? You’ve kept all her dark secrets, and you two have always been partners in crime. Her wedding day is finally here. She’s getting hitched. Now, its time for you to become the best bridesmaid ever! But then why are you behaving like you’re the queen bee?
1) “Why are you acting pricey?”
Stop complaining! Don’t get disheartened if you’re not the center of attraction at her wedding. Don’t annoy her on her ‘D’ day, by throwing tantrums about everything under the sun. Rather, just be by her side, and be as supportive as you can, and make sure she smiles.
2) “What’s wrong with your make-up?”
She is getting hitched because she was asked the best question ever! Don’t ruin it by popping the question—“what’s wrong with your make-up?” This will ruin it big time for her. She is already nervous with all the wedding jitters; don’t make it any worse. Instead, calm her down. Compliment her for her best features, and boost her confidence.
3) “Where’s the bachelorette party girl?”
It’s HER wedding! Rather than expecting her to throw a wedding bash, you take the lead and plan a good one for her. Make each moment a happy memory. Surprise her with an interesting trip you have always wanted to take together! Take her to a spa. Plan a slumber party, play games. Focus on fun! (Remember- what happens at a bachelorette party stays at the bachelorette party! Don’t spill the beans to the world.)
4) “Are you a social butterfly?”
If you are not, its time to be one! But do not get over excited and share wedding details on social media before asking her. If you don’t know the other bridesmaid, that’s okay, just pass a smile or laugh when required, and keep the atmosphere fun. Make the guests comfortable, while not compromising on the bride’s comfort.
5) “Is the Toast Ready?”
It’s your bestie’s wedding day; you would want to make a memorable speech. (Remember- you can’t show up high!) Don’t get too emotional and start weeping on the stage! You can keep it lighthearted and make the bride walk down the memory lane, and share some fun anecdotes. (Know when to hit the ‘stop’ button!)