How To Ask Best Man?

What do you write in a best man card?

Best Man Thanks. I want you to know that it meant the world to me that you were standing by my side as best man at my wedding. As my dearest childhood friend you’ve been with me through ups and downs, and have always encouraged me to keep traveling the high road and keep moving forward to achieve my goals.

How do I ask my brother to be my best man?

But how can you include your brother if he’s not best man? Here are a few ideas.

  • Include them all.
  • Make him a groomsman.
  • Make him an usher.
  • Have him escort grandparents down the aisle.
  • Ask him to give a reading.
  • Make him the ring bearer.
  • Include him in any surprises.

How do I ask my dad to be my best man?

A: There is no rule that says the groom’s father must be the best man; many grooms do choose dad to do the honor, but just as many select a brother or best friend. So of course it’s okay! Having a dad stand up as groomsmen (or ushers) if they’re not best man, but that doesn’t mean the groom can’t ask dad to do so.

When should you ask groomsmen?

Timing: When to Ask Groomsmen

Don’t wait until the last minute—asking groomsmen a solid 6-8 months ahead of time is reasonable, and will allow your groomspeople to budget and request time off from work accordingly.