Post # 1
Alright, I have one MOH(my cousin) and one BM(fbil), and then my FI has a best friend that is in the wedding, that we can’t just take out because we would just feel so uneasy and regret it everyday. He is always there for us and we couldn’t ask for a better guy to stand with us on that day.
We want everyone to evenly walk in the reception but we just don’t know how to do it, and then I had an idea last night but I’m not sure if this is OK or if this is something that another bride would do?!
I thought to have my MOH be escorted in by our BFF, the groomsman and then our BM escort the Mother of the Groom in, because that’s her son and the father of the groom won’t be there.
Is that tacky or is that a reasonable solution? Can you also suggest another route I may be able to go to get everyone to evenly walk in the reception? Did you have one MOH and BM and one groomsmen, or vice versa? Pictures?? Did it throw your pictures off?
Thanks bees!! xo
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I would just have them enter individually, since there are only three, or as a group of three with your moh in the middle
Post # 4
@MeiFrancis: +1 or why not have your FI walk down with his mum?
Post # 5
I would say have them process individually, and have the Groomsman recess with a girl on each arm.
Post # 6
We have the ceremony figured out, but reception wise, what are your thoughts?! The Groom comes with me LOL 🙂
Post # 7
We are also uneven! He has one more than I do! He is the MOB’s son so I am thinking he will escort her in and out. Thats solves the problem at the cermony. As for the reception I am giving him the option of either going in on his own or then come out with his GF as she is not in my bridal party.
I would not worry about being matched up too much. I was worried of not matching at first but now that I think about I dont really like anyone will notice or care if there is an extra.
Good Luck with your decision
Post # 8
Thank you!! I really appreciate that! 🙂