This UK woman charges up to 5000 pounds per wedding to help brides organise their dream day.

It’s not a career path that most of us have considered, but for UK woman Tiffany Wright, being a ‘professional bridesmaid’ has provided to be a lucrative choice. After attending seventeen weddings in just two years, Tiffany saw just how stressful planning a wedding can be and decided to offer her expertise and guidance to brides-to-be as a bridesmaid for hire.

Keep Things Running Smoothly

Tiffany’s role is not what you’d expect of a traditional bridesmaid. While she has been an ‘actual bridesmaid’ seven times, she has taken on a more personal assistant type role in over 150 other weddings, often for people she has never met before. “Sometimes not having a personal or family connection to someone can be a bonus with some tasks,” she said. “For example, one bride’s parents had divorced and her dad wanted to bring his new girlfriend, who was a similar age to her, with him to the wedding and it was my job to break the news to her mum.” We think that Tiffany’s price tag suddenly seems a lot more reasonable when she’s thrown into the middle of family drama like that…

Crazy Requests

Even though most bride’s have been a pleasure to work with, Tiffany admits there have been a few memorable requests. On one occasion, she was asked to dye her hair to match the other bridesmaids, and in preparation for another ceremony, the bride requested that she motivate the rest of the wedding party to lose weight. She’s also been sent overseas as a bachelor party spy and tried on countless dresses in every shape and colour imaginable. Tiffany says she wouldn’t have it any other way. “It can be a difficult job at times, but it’s unique and I couldn’t wish for a better career – despite the bridezillas!”

Do you think a ‘professional bridesmaid’ is worth the price tag? Let us know in the comments!

  • No way, put that money on the honeymoon!


  • Interesting… Nt quite a wedding planner. I didn’t have a Flashy enough wedding to need anything like this.


  • Wow! I guess there’s a job and a service for everything. I wouldn’t be interested in it, but clearly there is interest for it. Curious as to the price tag though.


  • Not for me no. We married with just the 2 of us in Florida on Boxing day :)
    To be honest I didn’t even wear a wedding dress, just a beautiful woolen dress I would wear again.


  • It is so insane that society has caused weddings to become such a big and costly event. Although I loved my wedding, it’s crazy to think that our wedding day cost the same as a month overseas for our honeymoon.


  • So pleased we had a very small private wedding – we eloped and told everyone once we returned from our wedding/honeymoon.


  • Not a job I’d do but sounds interesting


  • She is a wedding planner and they do charge for their services and meet odd requests. Not my thing – low key and organising everything myself was far more appealing.


  • I’ve never been interested in big marriages, so I’d never had the need to hire a professional bridesmaid. But I guess she does an invaluable job for some couples.

    • I am with you! I prefer personal and small and not many frills.


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