1. Confirm the date, time, and location of the wedding with the bride.
This is probably the most important task on the list! Make sure you know all of the details about the wedding so that you can pass them along to the other members of the bridal party and make sure everything is coordinated.
2. Confirm with the bride what color scheme she is going for.
If the bride hasn't already chosen a color scheme, she will probably need help deciding on one. Talk to her and get an idea of what she has in mind, so that you can order the right dresses and accessories.
3. Order bridesmaid dresses and accessories according to the color scheme.
Once you have chosen a color scheme, it's time to order the dresses and accessories. Make sure to give yourself plenty of time for this, as it can take some time to receive them and get them fitted properly.
4. Find out if there are any special duties or roles that need to be filled for the wedding and make sure they are taken care of (such as ushering, setting up, etc.).
There may be specific duties or roles that need to be filled for the wedding day. Make sure you are aware of them and take care of any necessary arrangements.
5. Get fitted for dress and order alterations as needed.
Most bridesmaids will need to get their dresses fitted before the wedding day. Make sure you do this well in advance so that if there are any alterations that need to be made, you have enough time to get them done correctly.
6. Plan a pre-wedding celebration or pajama party with the bride and other bridesmaids.
This is a fun way to get together with the other members of the bridal party before the big day. You can plan something simple like a party or gathering at someone's house, or go all out and have a special spa day or weekend retreat.
7. Buy a gift for the bride.
The gift for the bride is usually something sentimental or personal. Talk to her about what she would like so that you can find something perfect.
8. Attend all bridal showers and bachelorette parties thrown in honor of the bride.
Make sure you attend any events that are thrown in honor of the bride, such as bridal showers and bachelorette parties. This is a great opportunity to catch up with everyone who is involved in the wedding.
9. Begin packing for the honeymoon (if taking one after the wedding).
If you are planning on going on a honeymoon right after the wedding, start packing your bags a few days in advance. This will help you avoid any last-minute scrambling.
10. Double-check that everything needed for the wedding is packed and ready to go.
A few days before the wedding, take some time to double-check that you have everything you need. This includes your dress, shoes, makeup, and anything else you might need on the big day.