Do I ask sort-of sisters to be on my wedding party?
My dad was in a relationship for a number of years after he and my mom were divorced. His now ex had two young girls. When the relationship ended I stayed in touch with her and her daughters. We only see each other once or twice a year, tops, but stay in contact via Facebook.
I recently got engaged and now am stuck. I dont want a large bridal party. Ive selected the 5 ladies I'm closest to, including my cousin as my maid of honor.
Id like to include my dads ex and her daughters, but dont know how. Any suggestions on what I can do to make them feel special?
There is always the guest book, and gift table, and serving the cake or you could make them in charge of helping you get ready in your dress. You can also ask them to help with decorations in some way. Just make sure that they know its important to you to have them there with you sharing and helping with your big day.
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