(Closed) I need my bees to pull through for me…

posted 10 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 5
2004 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

I would have the jr. bridesmaids, jr. groomsmen, flower girls, and ring bearer peel off straight to seats in the second row. This is what I did for my ring bearer and flower girl, who were both very young. They walked down the aisle and then went straight to sit with their mom.

Post # 6
1238 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I like chelseamorning’s suggestion.  As for me, I would need a visual because I am having a hard time picturing it.

Post # 7
5822 posts
Bee Keeper

LOL chelseamorning, we are on the same wavelength!!

I’m having my Flower Girl and RBs go up first, then peel around to their parents in the audience.  The RBs will be on the aisle seat so they can come up and give the "rings" (like I’d really let them hold the rings lol).  But that way you can have your 6 and 6 and everyone else can still be included.

Post # 8
163 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

Well I don’t think that it matters if they stand up with you. But, if it bothers you that much I would have them walk all the way down and then stand at their seats at the first row. Honestly though you have to think if you want them to be left out from your ceremony pictures. The little ones will go sit with their parents so they will be all set. I have 5 girls and 3 guys on the other side, one of the guys is my 4 year old son. So we are going to be off balance to but, its not about being even its all about the most important people being there for the two of you. So I personally wouldn’t worry about anything other than what you really want and how you want your pictures to be visually. If they are just as important as your BM’s then they should be up their with you! I hope this helps a little!

Post # 9
116 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

In my brother’s wedding, we (bridesmaids) sat in the front row of chairs, we departed our escort at the front row and immediately went to the pews (it was in a church).  You can have two bridesmaids walk together. 

You don’t need to even have the groomsmen walk down the aisle, they can be standing at the alter already after already escorting family and friends to their seats.

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