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So your Sim has finally weaseled her way up to bridesmaid status?
From this point on, a storm of bouquets, bridal parties, and rehearsals will trample your Sim’s life until the big day.
However, having exclusive access to the bride’s affairs offer more privileges than a simple invitation to fill up venue seats.
Let’s get ready for the bride’s big day with these bridesmaid must-haves for TS4.
Bridesmaid etiquette number one: never complain about the dress.
Throughout history, bridesmaids usually get the short end of the stick when it comes to their wedding OOTD.
Bridesmaids should never outshine the bride.
So if the woman of the hour says you should dress like an adolescent flower girl, then you better suck it up.
You may not be the belle of the ball with this Linn Dress, but compared to weirder stuff like these vintage dresses, your Sim got lucky.
Bridesmaid etiquette number two: love the simplicity of it all.
Agreeing to be a bridesmaid is like saying yes to becoming a backup singer for Beyoncé.
You won’t be the one delivering the high notes of “Love on Top,” but everyone will still see you make an effort in the background.
Look simply sexy with this Long Dress CC by ChloeMMM, and make your presence known on the aisle.
Bridesmaid etiquette number three: don’t be afraid to give out suggestions – it might save you further embarrassment.
Even when a bride has twenty or more bridesmaids, her stress levels will still be high enough to have her miss small details or make questionable decisions.
Like choosing an ugly AF dress because the caterer suddenly backed out and cordon bleus are off the menu.
Don’t be afraid to chime in on some of the decision-making responsibilities of the bride – offer up this custom dress to set up your co-bridesmaids for perfection!
Bridesmaid etiquette number four: don’t try to one-up your other bridesmaids.
Because you’ll all look the same at the end of the day, that’s why.
No matter how much you style your Sim’s hair or face differently, every one of the bridesmaids will still wear the same dress.
It’s a bummer, I know.
But if you’re determined to avoid looking like another minion, then pick one of the ten colors available from this Theia Dress!
Bridesmaid etiquette number five: wear a dress you’ll be comfortable in.
This should be a given, but sometimes, bridesmaids are subjected to such aesthetically uncomfortable outfits – making it hard for them to even think about walking down the aisle.
Consider this a red flag and a sign not to be afraid to assert just a little bit of authority.
After all, you got demoted to become a glorified assistant to the bride with no pay or other benefits except for being part of the entourage.
Look glamorous without trying too hard with this custom dress from Sifix!
White Wedding Poses
Bridesmaid etiquette number six: exert energy like a college kid at a house party.
Weddings can be a drag, especially when vows can be an hour-long and toasts sound like a podcast.
Bridesmaids are not obligated to liven up the party.
But taking the initiative may earn your Sim some brownie points and leftover champagne if you’re lucky.
Also, you best be prepared for tons of photoshoots and selfies because God knows how sentimental people can be at weddings.
Act like the perfect bridesmaid with this White Wedding pose pack!
Bridesmaid etiquette number seven: always be ready for an after-party.
The reception is probably more exciting for most guests, as eating, drinking, and mainly dancing make up the program.
Receptions are not as wild as bachelor or bachelorette parties.
But once someone throws a twerk or two, expect others to follow suit.
In this case, a high-slit dress would give your Sim enough legroom to challenge a guest to a showdown.
Slip into this Samila dress CC by Laupipi and have your girl pick from eighteen gorgeous colors.
Bridesmaid etiquette number eight: match but not outshine the bridal glow.
In case you forgot, the cardinal rule for every bridesmaid is never to steal the bride’s spotlight.
But there are other ways to snag looks from groomsmen without having to wear a white dress.
Dazzle in Laupipi’s Milia dress featuring a sleeveless top with lace embellishments and a straight-cut skirt adorned with glitters!
Wedding Poses #2
Bridesmaid etiquette number nine: support the bride in any way possible.
From putting together a bridal registry and mailing invites to creating budget trackers, bridesmaids are expected to help the bride plan with whatever needs to be done.
Sure, it’s not the most glamorous job.
But there’s honor to be felt with being part of the “chosen ones.”
Show your Sim’s loyalty to the bride and snap some candids for the scrapbook with this awesome pose pack.
Bridesmaid etiquette number ten: rely on accessories to level up your look.
A typical bridesmaid uniform is usually bland and very simple, making accessories your saving graces.
With the right amount of bling, even Plain Janes can turn into Beautiful Belles.
Style your Sims with a look deserving of a bouquet toss with this gorgeous dress from CC maker SLYD.