holds the rings for bride and groom during the ceremony and hands it to the officiating person during the ceremony..I think..
Plan and pay for bachelor party w/groomsmen.
Rent and pay for a tux, and go for fittings.
Attend rehearsal and rehearsal dinner.
Help bring and boxes to ceremony and reception location.
Help the groom dress and make sure he gets to the church on time.
Keeps the bride’s wedding ring until the ring exchange. You may be asked to hold both rings or none at all if the ring bearer has them.
Sign the marriage license.
The couple will give you a sealed envelope with the officiant’s or church’s fee in it. You will give this the priest/officiant before the ceremony.
Sit to the groom’s left at the reception.
Dances with the maid of honour.
Make a first toast to the bride and groom. This is usually done before dinner but in some cases right after.
Arranges transportation or personally drives the bride and groom to the hotel or the airport.
Collects and returns all formalwear rentals on time.
Help maid of honour bring gifts to the bride and groom’s house.
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