Post # 1
I am not including my fiances sister in my bridal party (mainly because we’ve never met, and she has alot of issues) I thought it would be nice to let her daughter be the flowergirl. She only two and a half and too young to walk by herself but what if her mom (fiances sister) walks with her? I thought it incoperates her in the wedding and her daughter can still be flowergirl. Does this sound bad? Will it hurt her feelings…and what about a flowergirl who’s mom walks her down the isle? Help!
Post # 3
@mah434s: I think that would be cute! After she walked she could just sit in the front with her mother
Post # 4
Usually by that age, the child can walk down the aisle on her own, then join her mom. The mom could stay with the daughter until the last minute, then walk down the aisle , have a seat and wait for the child to join her.
Post # 5
That sounds perfect! I may end up having to do something similar.
Post # 6
My flower girl will just be 2 and the rind bearer will be a couple months shy of 2, so they are really young as well. What I am planning is letting them walk down without their parents and then sitting with their dad’s since their moms are in the wedding. I don’t know if they will be happy walking down or if they will throw a fit and not want to do it. I figure, don’t worry about it because it will either be super cute or kinda funny. Kids will always surprise. So I would say to let her walk down on her own and sit with her mom. If she gets worried about walking down, she can see her mom at the end sitting down and just run to her. Either way it will be adorable.