(Closed) Any Bee’s already mom’s?

posted 6 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Mommy of a 25 month old little girl (will be when we get married) and since she isn’t really that old she will be walking my mom down the isle… or other way around I guess lol

My cousin was married about two years ago and had a little boy who was about 10 ( she was marrying his dad) and she had both her dad and son walk her down the isle.

5 years ago a friend of my family got married and she had two boys. Her new husband and her said vows to the kids about how they will love them and take care of them and be the best parents they could want. I thought it was very touching and a nice way to bring the new family together.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I have a 6 year old from a previous relationship. She’s my little bee. She’s our flowergirl for our ceremony. She’s quite excited. Other than that, we aren’t incorporating her into the ceremony itself. My parents kept saying how nice it would be for Fiance to say vows to her or something like that, but we decided against it.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

i have a 17 yr old and a 15 yr old.. my daughter is a bridesmaid and my son will be an usher..

then they both will be giving me away ( half way, ill be walking halfway up the aisle alone and they will meet me)

 FI and i bought the kids rings, we are giving them rings to incorporate them into a new “family”

Post # 7
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast

DS was 13 on my wedding day. He was, at his request, responsible for the rings and the ring warming ceremony as my Man of Honor. His reasoning was “Well you can’t get married without the rings, so that makes them a really important part of the day.” Fair enough. 🙂 He sat with Mr. LK and I at the head table, just the three of us. It was great to have my two favorite guys sitting on either side of me. He also gave a toast during dinner that was amazingly, incredibly moving. he made us laugh, he made us cry… and he made us so proud.

I let him decide how much wedding stuff he wanted to be involved in and didn’t push the issue at all. He’s a teenage boy. Let’s be honest, weddings aren’t really their thing.

Post # 11
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

i have a almost 3 year old daughter (flower girl) and almost 10 years old son (he’s young for bestmen but older for ring barier we don’t know yet 🙂

 

Post # 12
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Sugar bee

Mom of an almost 13 year old girl and a 1.5 year old son. My daughter will be walking my son “ring bearer” and my flower girl down the aisle to keep them calm as they are both under 3.

Post # 13
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

My son is 9 and this is the first dad he will have 🙂 He has been involved from the get-go — he helped my fiance pick out a ring, kept it a secret, and was there for the proposal.  The level of his involvement maybe best summed up in our invitations: 

As far as the wedding part goes….he had option of walking in with me or something else — he will be escorting my mom in and then standing up by my fiance, he is wearing a vest and bout that match my fiances, my fiance is doing vows with him and he is getting a ring that matches my fiances (its ceramic, lol, so super cheap and we can easily by new sizes as he grows if he wants to continue) by his choice (there were other options of special keepsakes).  He will be part of a 3 color sand ceremony with us.  He will walk out with us when our familiness is announced and will sit up with us at the head table at the reception.  I guess for us it is more about us becoming an official family than just my fiance and I marrying. We have been together for 2.5 years, btw.

Post # 14
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

@tashajaysen:  We decided against it for a lot of reasons. I know it sounds kind of harsh, but he isn’t marrying her so we didn’t feel that our ceremony was a place for that. The wedding ceremony is for Fiance and I. She is an equal part of our family, but not in our marraige if that makes any sense at all.

Post # 15
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Fiance and I have a 1 1/2 year old daughter.  We included her name in our wedding invites.  It read Brides name and Grooms name together with their daughter Isabella, request the honour of your presence…….

She will be the flower girl and walk along side a 5 year old ring bearer and her grandma will be holding her hand.  If she refuses to walk, Grandma will just scoop her up and carry her down.

After the ceremony dada will carry her back down the aisle with us.  Still debating on the reception and who she will sit with for dinner.  She most likely will be going back and forth between familly and us lol.

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