Post # 1
Switching standing positions with each other so that you’re facing each other but the bride is facing her family and her bridesmaids, and he’s facing his…..
We are going to do this i think it makes much more sense then the other way around.
Post # 3
Good idea! Makes total sense! Will do!
Post # 4
- Wedding: November 2014 - Historic cinema
I saw an episode of Four Weddings once when the bride and groom swaped places with the celebrant so that he had his back to the guests and the couple (on a higher platform) were facing their guests.
Makes total sense to me!
Post # 5
We didn’t, but I think that’s a fantastic idea!! 🙂 Though, does that make it so that the best man has to adjust your train? Or does the Maid/Matron of Honor have to walk around you both?
Post # 6
I love that idea! Sadly, our pastor has his way, so no go. But, we do belong to a conservative church, so we knew we couldn’t change much. I consider myself lucky that I was able to choose all the songs and the readings, and he didn’t object at all!
Post # 7
We didn’t, but my maid of honor did say that she wished she could have seen my face during the ceremony, not my husband’s, haha. I wanted to go the traditional route though.
Post # 8
@pengoala: I don’t really have a train so that doesn’t apply to me, haha.
Post # 9
We didn’t do that. Makes sense but honestly I didn’t even notice there were other people at our wedding beside my husband. I just couldn’t stop smiling and staring at him.
Post # 10
Its all fine and dandy but the reason I didn’t want to was because my mom’s a crier once glance at her I’d havfe a black-from-mascara face.
Post # 11
I love this idea, I’ve never heard of it!
Post # 12
That’s a really cute idea! I never even thought about that. Love it.
Post # 13
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
Does the whole bridal party line up on the opposite side, or just the bride & groom? I like this… like vmec not sure if I should, because I have a big feeling my Dad is going to cry- if I see that, I will lose it!
Post # 14
I thought it was kind of strange I kept seeing his side of the family. Like the person I remember seeing most during the ceremony was his aunt I’ve only met a couple of times. So I think that would be kind of nice, but I totally get the whole trying to avoid crying thing too!
Post # 15
My best friend did that for her wedding and it worked great.
Post # 16
It does make sense! I may have to borrow that idea.