Post # 1
Ok, not duties really. I have 2 much younger brother’s. They are 13 and 11 and I have GOT to figure out a way to include them in the ceremony… but how? I’d feel horrible if they weren’t incorporated. Besides, my Mother and I want them to wear tux’s.
Anyone have any suggestions? Oh yeah, but I can’t have them walk me down the aisle though, that’s reserved for my step father and mi madre. I am dancing with them both at the reception though, aaaaw- can’t WAIT!
Post # 3
Have them walk behind the ring boy/flower girl. I think it’ll be nice if they walk in during the ceremony. If not, have them walk in before you during the reception.
Post # 4
Why not have them be ushers?
Post # 5
Oh my goodness you’re awesome! The ring bearer is gonna be WAY too young to walk without assistance (but my future mother in law insisted that he be the ring bearer since its her grandchild). I mean he’ll be a year and a half old but that means he can walk, just not straight down the aisle! Lol. Anyway, my little brother’s can “help” him down the aisle, yay!
And I’ll ask them to be usher’s but I don’t see that goin’ down- too shy.
Thanks so much guys!
Post # 6
My 12 and 13 year old bros will be ushers and will also walk my mom down the aisle. I’ll also dance with them at at the reception, and I’m sure they’ll be the studs of the show with their dance moves!
Post # 7
My 12 year old brother is going to wear a tux similar to the groomsmen and a bouttenierre, walk my mom down the aisle, and do a reading in the ceremony.