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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Deb, It is fine to not have a maid of honor or to make all of them co-maids of honor. Your guests wont care. Rather, it is the ladies to whom titles are important. I would tell each of them, perhaps at the same time over coffee or something, that they are all so important to you that you want each of them to participate equally. You would be surprised at how this will make them feel, both towards you and toward each other. Then, you can assign duties based on personalities. The most outgoing one can make a toast on behalf of all of them, one can sign the marriage license, one can stand next to you and hold your bouquet, etc.

If you decide to make all of them co-MOHs, the groom does not have to have 4 best men. He can still have a best man and groomsmen.

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