The wedding plan is several months or even years ahead of schedule. When an event has a long lead time, some things may change over time. One of the most frustrating situations that may arise is that close friends or family members get sick before the wedding. This is what to do when the wedding member is sick.
As with anything, there is a certain degree of disease. If the bridesmaid caught a cold during the week of the wedding, she would need to take some cold medicine, stuff some paper towels into her small handbag, and then appear in her dress and bridesmaid jewelry on the date, ready to go. When she appears to have her hair and makeup done, wait for her with some orange juice or a bowl of warm chicken soup to give your sick bridesmaid a special attention. Of course, she will forgive the departure reception when she goes home after the cake is cut.
On the other hand, things like the flu may ring the best man or bridesmaid outside the wedding party. When the pastor asks if someone is against marriage, you don't want people standing on the altar to vomit! In this regard, if they are all flu from a highly contagious best man, your guests will not remember your wedding again. If the rogue happens to be one of the parents of the bride or groom, obviously they will try their best to attend the wedding, but they will definitely skip the reception line!
Flexibility is key when the disease is more severe. Let us say that one of your bridesmaids has suffered a very serious disease three months before the wedding. Maybe someone who caused her to miss a lot of work or who might need surgery. In that case, it is very important that the bride supports her 100% behind her sick friend. Let her know that if she can accept, you absolutely want her to be at your wedding, or if she can manage it, then she is like a guest. Also make sure your bridesmaids know that if she feels too sick and can't fully understand you will fully understand. Now don't worry if the numbers of the groomsmen and bridesmaids will become uneven in the last minute.
If a member of a bride party has to drop out of school due to a serious illness, it is very gracious for the bride to pay for her bridesmaid dress and bridesmaid jewelry and give it as a gift. There is no doubt that your friend will feel terrible because of disappointment. This is a good way to tell her that you have no feelings of sadness. If you are attending a wedding, be sure to list her as a honorary bridesmaid. It would be very sweet to prepare a bridesmaid bouquet for her and send it to her bed.
In rare cases, direct members of the bride or groom family [usually parents, grandparents or siblings] may be so sick before the wedding that their lives still exist in their lives. It is necessary to postpone the wedding or drastically reduce the wedding. When a person who should go to the hospital fights for his or her life, the flavor of holding a large celebration is very poor. In this case, no one would want to host a large party anyway. The wedding must be postponed until the patient's family members recover, or they should die until after a proper mourning period. When a close family member died of illness, another option was to cancel the grand celebration, with only a very small marriage ceremony and immediate family members. If the person with serious illness is one of the parents of the bride or groom, they may even wish to consider holding a ceremony at the parent's bedside if the patient accepts it. At least that's it, all the most important people will still witness marriage there.Modern Love - Dating And Relationship / Get Your Ex Back (view mobile),Click here! 1000 Questions For Couples By Michael Webb Relationship Expert,Click here!