Post # 1
I always thought it was ridiculous to have more than one but I somehow ended up with THREE!!!
I’m a bit scared as to how that’s going to work out. Do they walk individually or as a group? A friend of mine had 3 as well and her’s walked down individually.
In my defense one of the little girls asked to be one after I had already asked someone else. I didnt’ have the heart to say no so here I am.. with 3!
Post # 3
LOL, no worries – I have two, and a ring bearer 🙂 It is pretty much impossible to say no to cute kids that you love!
Post # 4
None, we dont have any kids that are the right age going to our DW. Youngest we have for girls is 15 and boy is 8
Post # 5
We had two (sisters) and they walked down as a pair. If you have three, I think individually is fine (like ducklings!) or I’ve seen a cluster in magazines (for example, two in front and one immediately behind) and they all look fine. Usually, they’re so cute and tiny that the haphazard nature of their walk works to their advantage.
Post # 6
I’m having three as well!!! I have a little cousin and FI has two little cousins who I have gotten really close to through family get togethers and such. I actually think it will be adorable for them to all walk down hand in hand. Like a little girl parade!
Post # 7
@sarahbabs: VERY! Lol
@lilbluebird: Thanks. I hope everyone thinks its cute rather than ‘weird’. Lol.
Post # 8
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
I had 3 lined up, but I ended up having none!
One was my aunt’s daughter who lives across the country from us; due to financial complications they couldn’t make it; another was my husband’s boss’s daughter who was too scared to come, she ended up saying home with a sitter, and the last was a friend’s daughter who didn’t want to do it alone. As a result we skipped my 3 yr old nephew being a ring bearer, but he didn’t seem to mind, the coloring table was a lot more interesting to him! 🙂
Post # 9
I have one but I might add another as one of my fiance’s friends has an adorable daughter that is coming to our destination wedding 🙂
Post # 10
- Wedding: November 2011 - Florida Aquarium
I have two little nieces, so I had two flower girls. They walked down together, perfectly adorable.
Post # 11
@thenextmrsi: Yay! Glad I’m not the only one. 🙂
Post # 12
I have two flowergirls and a ring bearer. They will all walk down together. I could never say no! lol
Post # 13
Five? Six? Something insane. I have three nieces who will be 8, 6, and 4. Then my fiance’s niece and my other “niece” (my maid of honor/best friend’s child). And maybe my newest cousin. The last three will all be about one…so it might not work out. Whatever.
Post # 14
I had four and it was perfect! They walked in pairs down the aisle. They were so happy to be part of the day and be princesses 🙂
Post # 15
We’re having two – my friend’s little girl and Mr CL’s little cousin. I’m hoping they’ll walk down together, but perhaps they won’t go at all! I’m pretty flexible as they’ll only be 2 1/2 and 6.
Post # 16
@Hou25: okay, Mine is kind of ridiculous. I have 3, with the possibility of that becoming 5. My mom really wanted me to involve my cousins’ kids because I was in almost all of my cousins weddings… so I have 3 for sure, plus each of their brothers to “escort” them.. but now my dads family is feeling left out and my cousin has twin girls.. (thus my potential to become 5)
IF THAT IS THE CASE I will have each boy/girl come together with the last 2 flower girls on their own and the last boy come on his own (with the here comes the bride sign)
or something like that :S