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kinda e related?

When someone is divorced are they a matron or maid of honor? I lean towards matron because to me the word maid is someone never been married but when i looked it up all it said was matron for married, maid for unmarried. In this case she is not married but has been. 
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Re: kinda e related?

  • I would just ask her what she'd prefer. But technically my gut says it would be matron.
    Lizzie
  • The word matron just makes anyone sound old and dowdy.  I'd pick maid if I had a choice.
  • Just ask. I would personally hate to be called a matron lol.
  • bongebonge member
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    Ok ladies i will just ask. Thanks. I didn't want them to think i was rude for asking lol.
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  • I think a maid is your best choice.
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  • See my gut woulda said 'maid' because she's currently not married.

    Asking is a great idea!
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  • bongebonge member
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    yup i will suck it up, now that i think about it i think matron will make her feel really old. I was purely thinking about it from an etiquette stand point before. 
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