Your sister is someone you want by your side as you plan to tie the knot and more so on the big day. It’s not all about taking cute pictures and giggling and gossiping during the functions, the sister of the bride has a lot of work to do!.
To carry it out hassle-free, we made a list of all the significant and fun duty checklist every sister of the bride needs to do: in the days running up to the wedding, during the wedding celebrations and on the wedding day itself!
1. Throwing the bachelorette
It is your job to organize a fun bachelorette party for the bride. After all, you know the bride and her friends best. It should be a surprise!
2. Making sure the wedding trousseau is ready and organized
You need to have a hand in the packing and arrangement of her outfits, jewelry, makeup and accessories.
3. Organizing the Sangeet
Sangeet is an important function and sisters often become default choreographers and organizers. Your task begins from launching the sangeet practice to finding the perfect choreographer and coordinating everyone’s schedule and songs for the practice!.
A sister is always on standby mode for the bride, no matter how busy she is. From makeup touch up, to gift receiver, jaimala thali holder and sneaking in bites of food, you can never stray very far from the bride.
4. Helping the bride get ready
No matter who all are already helping the bride, it is the sister who is elbows-deep into the business of getting the bride ready for the pheras. You have to make the salon appointment, arrange the transport, carry her joda around, and be on hand to provide styling input when needed.
5. Micromanaging and multi-tasking
A sister has to think on her feet way to resolve all mini-crises!
6. Taking care of the baraatis
From being the evil mastermind behind joota chupai to acting as host to baraatis and other guests, a sister is one of the hosts at the wedding.
7. CAPTURE EVERY MOMENT
Make sure you capture each candid moment. Your emotional dad, sobbing mommy, and teasing relatives – these are precious moments and you’re in charge of capturing them!
Most importantly, make sure you’re there to ease all the tension, the nerves and spread the positivity in the family. It’s an emotional, and often stressful time for everyone so be there to make it easier, happier and more memorable.