Post # 1
We have 6 siblings and want to include each of them in our ceremony. 3 will be readers, 2 can bring up the gifts and we need one more job. Can we have the last sibling read the list of intentions? Any other ideas?
Post # 3
ringbearer. who says the ringbearer has to be a kid?
Post # 4
Thanks for the suggestion, but we already have a niece and nephew as flower girl and ring bearer. Our wedding party is also made up of family (siblings’ husbands & wives, nieces).
Post # 5
how about ushers and candle lighters (the light everything before the wedding party walks into the room)
Post # 6
@celticbride: Yes, for sure, a family member can read the intentions/prayers of the faithful. You can also have a couple of people share the readings (of Scripture and/or Prayers of the Faithful). If any of them sing, you could also have them sing the Psalm. (The Psalm can also be read rather than sung.)
Post # 7
Some great ideas already posted. I would suggest asking your priest.