Post # 1
I am so undecided about who I want to walk me down the aisle. My mother is like my BEST FRIEND and I really want her to walk down the aisle with me. So I’m thinking of having both parents. But I don’t want my father to feel slighted because of tradition!
UGHHH!! WHAT TO DO?!?!?
Post # 3
My brother is walking me down the aisle
Post # 4
You should have an ‘other’ category. Some people get their brother, uncle, grandpa, etc.
Post # 6
Both of my parents are walking me down the aisle. I am a bit of a daddy’s girl but I have lived with my mom (except every other weekend from the ages of 5-16) so we are really close. It just felt right and no one seemed upset.
Post # 7
My dad is, but I have been to many weddings where the bride is escorted by both of her parents (actually my own mother did it this way! :D).
Post # 8
I’m very close to both my parents, but both of them also agree that it should be my dad who walks me. I’m a total daddy’s girl. We even have the same career and everything 😛
Post # 9
@mannellal: Yeah I’m going to talk to my dad and see what he thinks!
@Jenniferk6: Added! 🙂
Post # 11
Step-Father, but he’s the only father i’ve ever known! =)
Post # 12
i stuck with tradition and had my father walk me down – our mothers got to light the unity candles so she still had part -but i absolutely love to see weddings where both sets of parents walk a bride down the aisle. i think its beautiful.
Post # 13
Both! They’re happily married (33 years!) and such a HUGE part of my life that I can’t imagine putting mom in a chair to watch while dad and I strut down the aisle. Plus I’m an only child and the three of us are like the Three Amigos.
Post # 14
My Grandfather is going to walk me down the isle. We made a bet when I was 15 that if he helped me buy my first car that I would let him walk me down the isle.
Post # 15
OP if you want to walk with your mom too do both! I hear about a lot of people do that, and I don’t think your dad would feel slighted since he’s walking with you too.
I really want to walk down the aisle with my FI. Or alone. But if that causes too much of a kerfuffle I’ll be walking with both my parents. (There’s mutual animosity between my father and FI :/)
Post # 16
I’m having both parents… basically because I’m super close to my mom and I don’t want my dad to feel leftout. Same situation as you. =)