[I]n polite society.the bridesmaids' only duties are to make a special fuss over the bride by gathering around her at the wedding and, in the weeks before, by pretending to be interested in all the wedding details. Rough hairstyle. In modern-day weddings some brides opt to choose a long-time male friend or brother as their head attendant, using the title or man of honor.
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Bridesmaids -On her way home, Annie is involved in a car accident due to her still-broken tail lights, but the other driver flees the scene. Typically, however, she is asked for help with the logistics of the wedding as an event, such as addressing invitations, and for her help as a friend, such as attending the bride as she shops for her wedding dress. Her only required duty is to participate in the wedding ceremony. The male equivalent is the groomsman, also known in British English as an usher; in the United States, the role of attending to the groom has diverged from that of escorting guests to their seats, and the two positions are no longer synonymous and are often if not usually filled by different persons. The influence of American English has led to the chief bridesmaid sometimes being called the maid of honour. The activities of the principal bridesmaid may be as many or as varied as she allows the bride to impose upon her. The most-likely factors include, but aren't limited to, socioeconomic class and status, family size, socialization standards of the day, and religion. In a double-ring wedding, the chief bridesmaid is often entrusted with the groom's wedding ring until it is needed during the ceremony. Bridesmaids in Europe and North America are often asked to assist the bride with planning the wedding and a wedding reception. Lillian kicks her out of the shower and the wedding. Annie travels to Helen's home in Chicago for the bridal shower, which has become a Parisian-themed event, an idea that Annie previously came up with but Helen turned down. They may carry flowers during the wedding procession and pose with the married couple in bridal photos. Helen uses her influence to gain entry to the shop because Annie didn't make a reservation. Many brides ask bridesmaids, if they are adults, to be legal witnesses who sign the marriage license after the ceremony. In the Victorian era, white was the official color for both male groomsmen and female bridesmaids. In China during the feudal era, the female womb was seen as precious for the production of an heir. Rose Byrne initially also auditioned for Lillian, but later took the opportunity to read Helen. Several actresses auditioned for the role of Megan, including Rebel Wilson and Busy Philipps, the latter of whom had worked with Apatow and Feig on their comedy-drama television series. She attends to the bride on the day of a wedding or marriage ceremony. She tries to make amends with Nathan, but he ignores her. Although many exceed the minimum, the bridesmaids' required duties are very limited. Additional scenes where Annie meets Officer Rhodes on the highways between Milwaukee and Chicago were filmed in Oxnard, California, which Sage described as a "broad, flat, green area away from mountains."