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brother-in-law or firend

the best man in my wedding is my brother-in-law who is also my fiances best friend. in the program do I list him as brother-in-law of bride or friend of groom????

Re: brother-in-law or firend

  • edited August 2010
    In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/wedding-boards_wedding-party_brother-law-firend?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Wedding%20BoardsForum:37Discussion:cf10b458-a5ec-41e1-b450-d34a670cb616Post:79cd8732-fa7a-410f-9244-d55e6a301286">brother-in-law or firend</a>:
    [QUOTE]the best man in my wedding is my brother-in-law who is also my fiances best friend. in the program do I list him as brother-in-law of bride or friend of groom????
    Posted by tander1[/QUOTE]

    This one's confusing me.  Do you mean your fiance is best friends with the husband of one of your siblings?  I think tha'ts what it meant but am not sure.  In either case, familial relationships of groomsmen to others in the wedding party don't necessarily need to be specified.

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  • Why not both?

    Best Man - Jacob Smith, brother in-law and best friend of the groom


  • Since it's not his own BIL and "FI's wife's sister's husband" is getting into "mother's uncle's cousin's half-sister's niece" territory, I'd just say friend of the groom.
  • Ask him how he would like to be listed.

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