The Maid of Honor plays an exceptionally important role throughout your wedding planning process, and believe me–it is more than an honor to be assigned that role. I’m sure you have several friends or even several sisters who have been fighting over this role practically your entire life. Mine do, and I’m not even getting married for another few years! Whether you’re picking between two, four, or ten people that could land the potential spot, it doesn’t have to come down to just one.
There are so many important people in your life, and you don’t want to offend anyone by not picking them for this special job. The truth is- you can pick as many maid of honors as you want! It would be most reasonable to keep it at two.. maybe a maximum of three. Remember, you’re going to be assigning your MOH(s) some serious tasks. If you assign them to three different people, you might forget who’s doing what. Everyone knows the old saying, “The more, the merrier,” but in this case, you don’t want to overdo it. In reality, it might make things even tougher. But hey! If you want an abundance of MOHs, go for it.
On the other hand, you can opt for no MOH at all. Sometimes your friend group is just way too large and choosing two will offend the other seven girls. No one said anything about limiting your number of bridesmaids! While the maid of honor may take some to do’s off your hands, I’m sure your mom or future mother-in-law are by your side, as well. Trust me, you will never be alone throughout this process. Do as you please!