Questions about the Morning of

posted 3 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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3596 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

1. Have a cousin or sibling or an usher walk them down.

2. My brother was a groommans at my wedding we had a quick check in and then when and spent the day with the bridal party. I would suggest your brothers do the same, I just think it’s good so the have bonding time and can introduce themselves to the other groomsman if they don’t know them.

3. My Parents were around all morning and actually took my whole bridal party out for brunch. They then went to their room to get ready, and my mom came over dress to get her hair and makeup done, and because she wanted to be with me to put on my dress. Due to the fact there there were other women getting dressed my Dad came after all the hoopla was over.

4. As for the Tux issue simple, just ask the two grandfathers for their preferance.

Post # 4
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11772 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2013

1- My Dad stayed at the hotel where I got ready that morning. We had breakfast together, just him and I, the morning of my wedding!

2- They should find their own suits (unless your wedding is black tie or white tie, then they should find their own tuxes)

3- Have them walk up alone or have groomsmen escort them to their seats. Or let them sit before the ceremony starts!

Post # 5
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6510 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

-my dad stopped by my DH while he was getting ready and then came to say good bye before we left for pictures

-my brother got ready with DH and the rest of the GMs. Figured he wouldn’t want to hang it with a bunch of girls!

-ask what they prefer. Our grandparents wore their own suits.

-our grandparents were seated before the ceremony started. How would they feel about walking in with your mom? One on each side? Otherwise you could have an usher escort them.

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