It was in July, 1805, and the speaker was the well-known Anna Pavlovna Scherer, maid of honor
and favorite of the Empress Marya Fedorovna.
Shtcherbatsky told the old maid of honor
, Madame Nikolaeva, that he meant to put the crown on Kitty's chignon for luck.
Madame must wait, or else do without her first maid of honor
In fact, she opted for a maid of honor
instead of a chief bridesmaid.
I will be the maid of honor
in their wedding this month.
Attending the bride as maid of honor
was Brittany Hilbun.
Peggy Fitzroy is now maid of honor
in her own right at the Hanoverian court of King George I in England.
That stopped me in my tracks, that she looked at this as, 'Oh, my sister is getting married,' not that, 'Oh, I'm the maid of honor
in the royal wedding,''' said NBC's Matt Lauer, who conducted the interview.
Despite their on-again, off-again relationship, Noah said she expects to be the Maid of Honor
, and get to look good walking down the aisle, Us Magazine reported.
Michelle Monaghan found it easy to relate to her character in"Made of Honor": She, too, had her best guy friend serve as her maid of honor
, in her 2005 wedding to graphic designer Peter White.
Or, well, Hudson is a Dallas cheerleader (seriously) about to marry some local yokel, but when she chooses her lesbian lover from college to act as her maid of honor
, well, you can imagine the sparks that fly.
There is a poetic script for the minister, bride and groom, the maid of honor
and the best man in which these words appear, "rise with the wisdom of grandmothers, rise understanding that creation is on-going, immensely appealing and acceptable to fools and geniuses, and those of us in between.