Examples of bridesmaid in a Sentence
I was a bridesmaid in my sister's wedding.
Recent Examples of bridesmaid from the Web
But late last week, one of her bridesmaids texted her out of the blue.
Hundreds of brides- and bridesmaids-to-be lined up Friday morning (March 9) outside the former Alfred Angelo store at the Baton Rouge Towne Center for the chance to scoop up a $300 dress, WBRZ reports.
But the procession to remember had nothing to do with bridesmaids (there were none) and everything to do with the food—abundant, simple, impeccable.
One groomsman is a Marine who is stationed in Japan and one bridesmaid lives in Germany.
During an ostentatious wedding reception at a Knoxville estate, five reluctant, identically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom, each with her own reason to avoid the proceedings below.
Other than being the wacky, too-tipsy bridesmaid to the Oscar's stoic and sensible bride, the Globes definitely lay the groundwork for what will eventually become the Oscars race.
The video also showcases some of Schumer’s bridesmaids, family members, and some of the more glamorous guests in attendance, including Jennifer Lawrence and Larry David.
The older pictures are from a December 2011 wedding in Mexico, where Selena served as a bridesmaid and brought a then 17-year-old Justin as her date.
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BRIDESMAID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bridesmaid for English Language Learners
: a female friend or relative who helps a bride at her wedding
BRIDESMAID Defined for Kids
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