Post # 1
Just curious but is it inproper ettiquette for a married couple to walk down the aisle as part of the processional? I’m just curious because my FI’s parents were going to walk down the aisle together at the start of the procession, and my florist practically fainted at hearing that and said that it was VERY unusual.
If it is bad etiquette, why? Is it because the first married coupld to wlak the aisle should be the newlyweds?
Post # 3
I am finding that some wedding florists are rather narrow-minded and enjoy limited life experience. Yours may fall into that category.
No, neither etiquette nor superstition place any bar against your future in-laws walking down the aisle together. In fact, it makes a lovely role-model image: a happily long-married couple “showing the way” for the new couple coming after them.
Post # 4
My ILs walked down the aisle together – I did it that way on purpose! I think it would look weird for them walk separately. I’ve also seen the groom’s parents walk down the aisle together at most weddings I’ve been to.
Post # 5
My ils walked down the aisle together, only reason my parents didn’t was because Dad was walking with me. Why would you split up the married couple?? Who cares what the florist thinks.
Post # 6
I think it’s cute! That’s a good way to show that love is enduring, instead of splitting them up and making him walk behind her. Who cares what the florist thinks?