An Open Letter To My Future Maid Of Honor
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An Open Letter To My Future Maid Of Honor

"... I will always be your little sister."

An Open Letter To My Future Maid Of Honor

To my sister, my best friend,

Since the day we have met, we have been so inseparable and you mean a lot to me. There is no one that knows me better than you do (with an exception of my mom). You are my best friend, my partner in crime, and most importantly my sister. I know for a fact that there is no one that I would be more glad to stand with me on my wedding day.

You know me better than I know myself, and no matter how far or near you may be, you will always be my sister and I will always be your little sister. When I say that you are not going anywhere, I mean that I want you included in every important thing in my life, most importantly, my wedding.

I cannot wait until the day we go into a bridal shop and I try on countless numbers of dresses and say that I love every single one that I try one. Knowing us, I'd be stubborn and try to choose between two and you would help me outweigh options on the dress.

I pray that the patience that you have with me now, stays with me when I call you asking what color flowers I should have, or when I happen to call you at three in the morning because I cannot sleep from being so excited about that special day. The next day, when I state that I am tired, you will jokingly say "I told you so," yet you would still be so happy for me.

We joke about having you wear waterproof mascara because you'll be crying. I know you will, and just know, the second I see you crying, I'll start crying.

I give you permission to yell at me if I'm being a bridezilla and freaking out over the little things I always do. You know I can be a little worry ward about the smallest things. You always tell me not to overthink anything, so just help me to not overthink about the small things.

Your pep talks and our deep conversations are the two things that I absolutely love about us. You always know the right words to say to me whenever I am stressed, irritated, or questioning things. I know that when I'm about to get married that you will know the exact words to tell me when I'm at that point of questioning things.

This day is one that I have been talking about since I was four, and to have my sister there to share this moment with me would be a dream come true.

We are forever inseparable and so close. I am praying that as I eventually share my life with someone else, that we will grow closer and closer.

Being a maid of honor is a huge responsibility but I know for a fact that you can handle it. What do I always tell you, you've got this sis! I pinky promise (our inside joke) that you've got this. I've got you (another inside joke), on this one too sis!


Your little sister who is not yet married yet.

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