Maid of Honor Quiz
Serving as maid of honor requires style, finesse and nerves of steel. Find out what you know about the maid of honor role.start quiz
Question 2 of 11
OK, so you're maid of honor. There's only one maid of honor per wedding party, right?
... It's not 1960 anymore, and the rules have gone out the window. Brides are getting creative with titles these days, so they may have several girls being maids or somethings of honor. No matter what, if you're asked to serve an honorary role in the wedding, be appreciative of the title and get to work!
Question 3 of 11
Of the following events, which is the maid of honor traditionally responsible for?
... Ladies, start your engines and start shopping for novelty boas and tiaras: You're responsible for the bachelorette party! Can we get a WOO HOO?
Question 4 of 11
What does the maid of honor wear?
... It's not uncommon for the maid of honor to wear a dress that complements but is different from the rest of the bridesmaids. However, she should plan to wear whatever the bride asks her to wear.
Question 5 of 11
At what age do you stop being a maid of honor and become a matron of honor?
... Traditionally, unmarried women are maids of honor, and married women are matrons of honor.
Question 6 of 11
What are your basic responsibilities as maid of honor?
... There are about a million things a maid of honor can help with during the wedding planning season, but in general, as long as she keeps the bridal party informed and in line, helps the bride with her to-do list, and plans the bachelorette party, she'll go down as the best MOH in history!
Question 7 of 11
As maid of honor, how much should you budget for your friend's wedding?
... You're the maid of honor, not the bride's fairy godmother! Be prepared to sink a chunk of change into this role, but don't get carried away. Pay for your attire, the bachelorette party, wedding gifts and any incidentals.
Question 8 of 11
Your friend asked you to be MOH, but you plan on having your sister serve as yours one day. Do you have to turn down the offer?
... Just because a bride has a sister doesn't mean they have a maid-of-honor-worthy relationship. The bride needs someone of age who understands and is able to help with the wedding fracas. Just say yes!
Question 9 of 11
Which of the following is never a maid of honor's responsibility?
... You've got to help the bride look good on her wedding day and maintain her sanity leading up to it. But you're not her press secretary -- she can't make you write thank-you notes.
Question 10 of 11
Maid of honor gift etiquette! Do you need to buy the bride a gift for every shower and the wedding day?
... Wedding season is gift season, and at a minimum, you're expected to buy a gift for the wedding shower/s and wedding.
Question 11 of 11
What's the biggest risk of being a long-distance maid of honor?
... So, you live in San Francisco and the bride is a Tampa girl. As long as you serve your MOH duties, you'll fill the role just fine. But you'll miss the little moments most of all. Think twice before agreeing to be a bride's long-distance MOH if you know another close friend who's local and would love the role, too.