Post # 1
I am having a small ceremony on a beach. There will be about 25 people in attendance, maybe a few less. Our grandparents and our fathers will not be attending the wedding.
Please give me your opinions on this order of walking down the isle.
Groom with both his mom and my mom at the same time. He will seat my mom first and then his mom on the oppopsite side. He can lean over and kiss his mom on the cheak when he seats her.
Next will be Best man (groom’s bro) and my Maid/Matron of Honor (my friend)
Next is the other best man (groom’s other bro) and bridesmaid (my friend)
Next will be me by myself.
The part I am wondering about is the groom walking both mom’s down the isle at the same time. Is this okay?I have not really read about anyone else doing it this way.
As far as two best me, my Fiance has been freaking out about which one to ask for months. Considering the wedding is 2 months away, I told him to ask both and let them both know that they are the best man! We need to get the show on the road!!
Post # 3
I think that is respectful.
Post # 4
Your procession is very nice.
May I ask why you do not have your Fiance walk with his mother and you walk with your’s? Then his mother can kiss him, your mother can kiss you and the officiant can ask “Who supports this couple in the union of marriage?” Then both his mother and your mother can answer together “We do”.
Post # 5
@RevMic: I really do not have a close relationship with my mom the way a lot of ladies do. I love her and want her to be a part of the wedding. That being said, I would actually feel very very very uncomfortable with my mom walking me down the isle and sort of “giving me away.” There are a number or reasons for this, but her walking me down the isle is just not an option for me. I will prefer to walk alone, but would still like for her to walk down the isle too.
Post # 6
@happyface: Thank you!
My Fiance agreed that he thought this would be fine, but I told him I wanted to get some other opinions to be sure.
Post # 7
@thenuggetbride: I am so sorry. Your processional is well constructed for your needs it sounds like to me. I was just curious and I truly did not mean to upset you. It is a bad habit of mine to ask questions when it comes to the ceremony. Occupational hazard I think is the name for it or maybe better classified as “foot in mouth” syndrome.
I hope you have a beautiful ceremony and a long and happy marriage.
Post # 8
@RevMic: No worries! I’m not upset at all. I appreciate your input.
Post # 9
I think this is a great order! And 2 best men is no problem 🙂
Post # 10
I saw a wedding on tv and both moms walked down the aisle side by side.The groom walked behind them both.I thought that was nice.