(Closed) Aisles Galore

posted 8 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 4
661 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

Why can’t you use both?  Come in one aisle as a single woman and leave down the other aisle as a married couple. 

Post # 5
3316 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

The traditional way to deal with this is to use one aisle for the processional, and one for the recessional.  But you could mix it up any way you want:

  1. Have the groom and his attendants come down one aisle, and the bride and hers down the other.  (I rather like this one; the typical ceremony seems to treat the groom as unimportant, while only the bride makes the big entrance.)
  2. Alternate aisles during both the processional and recessional–e.g., Groomsmen and Bridesmaid or Best Man #1 come up one, Groomsmen and Bridesmaid or Best Man #2 come up the other, etc.
  3. Have ushers seat people, and not use any seats that are on the outside of the second aisle.   At that point, the only aisle that is between people is the one you use for everything.  You don’t even have to block the other one off.

Post # 7
1237 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

One of the bee bloggers (maybe Mrs. Lamb?) did a post about this a few months ago. I’ll try to find it for you!

Edit: Here it is! Miss Pretzel also has an aisle conundrum!

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