Bridesmaids/Groomsmen for Hire

You don’t have to be family to jump in and dance with some crazy uncles. If you work as a bridesmaid or groomsmen for hire, you can make as much as $100 an hour to party with a new family every weekend. This job might sound like it’s a walk in the park, but it actually does take a lot of work.

The concept of hiring a bridesmaid or groomsmen is relatively new, and there aren’t a lot of places to get in on the action. If you live in a large metro area like New York or Chicago you might be able to add this as a side hustle. The main thing to know when doing this is that you aren’t actually there to party. You’re being paid as almost an impromptu wedding planner. It’s your job to make sure everything is going smoothly on the couple’s special day. We chose this for our Side Hustle Master List because it has the potential to provide you with a good second income source.


Bridesmaid/groomsman for hire


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Fill the duty of a everything that a bridesmaid /groomsman would do to support the bride; may step in at the last minute or serve as a replacement for a another bridesmaid/groomsman; can be profitable with effective marketing and special services offered like speech writing and pre-wedding to-do lists .


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How much can you make?

Bridesmaids for hire typically make more than groomsmen for hire, probably because more work goes into getting the bride ready than the groom. A top bridesmaid for hire can charge as much as $1,000 per day. But the work that goes into this rate is significant. You have to be there for the bride just like a maid of honor is. You have to make sure everything is going according to plan and on schedule. Groomsmen For Hire can make around $300 per day. Even though you’re hired-help, be prepared to participate in everything that normal bridesmaids and groomsmen do. This includes making toasts and dancing with the family. Does this sound like something you’d do? Take a look at the links below to learn more.

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