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Bride asks if it's okay to make 'tomboy' maid of honor wear a dress.

Bride asks if it's okay to make 'tomboy' maid of honor wear a dress.

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We all know that when it comes to weddings, we're supposed to do what the bride wants — but there are limits.

One bride is seeking advice because her "tomboy" maid of honor doesn't want to wear a dress to the big event. The bride posted on Reddit about her conundrum. Here's what she said.

The bride specifies that it's important for the MOH to be there:

I (28F) am getting married early next spring. I have a friend, B (27F) who I’ve asked to be my MOH. We’ve been close friends since the beginning of high school, and I don’t have any sisters, so it’s quite important to me that she be at my side as I tie the knot.

Then she explains that this particular friend isn't über-feminine:

B has never really been in touch with her feminine side- we’re sort of yin and yang in that regard! She wore a dress to prom junior year, and that’s the last time I’ve seen her in one. After that, she wore suits to every event that required formal wear. I’m not going to lie, it annoys me a little, but only because I know how beautiful she looks when she puts the effort in!!

Sources: Reddit
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