Post # 1
One of my bridesmaids is unsure of if she is going to be able to step up and be there (whole crazy story). Now I have one MOH, 2 bridesmaids, and two flower girls. My fiancee has 6 guys on his side. Any suggestions on how to pair everyone that day????
Post # 3
We have the same problem – in that our numbers won’t be even – You could have the MOH walk with the Best man and then double up on the guys after that. One could walk on each side of a Bridesmaid or 2 guys walk behind each girl. I’ve seen it (on TV I think) and it was cute.
Post # 4
Who are the 6 guys? One best man and 5 groomsmen? Any ring bearers? If you have the MOH and best man walk together that leaves you with 5 groomsmen (unless there is a RB in there.) You could double up the GM with each BM, but that still leaves you with one Gm. Is there a GM who has the right personality for walking with the two flowers girls? Someone who could have fun walking with two much much younger women? I could see some opportunities for chuckles there…
Post # 5
If you have two honored guys, (even if one of them is not a best man) I’d pair two guys to each girl and have the flower girls come down by themselves. That’s how I’ve always seen it done with uneven parties where one side had double the numbers of the other side, and I think it looks nice.
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2009 - Ceremony at the Lanikuhonua Phase II private estate, reception at a historic hotel in Waikiki
a friend of mine had an uneven bridal party with the gals outnumbering the guys (12 girls, 10 guys). They had two gals escort one of the gm down the aisle, and another gal walk down with the flower girl (she was actually carrying her). anyway i digress, it was fun and cute! you can get creative in these types of situations… flower girls can walk down together, and double up guys for each BM? 🙂 good luck!
Post # 7
I would pair them off like this:
FG/FG or if there is a ring bearer FG/RB/FG