(Closed) Processional dilemma

posted 4 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 2
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2016

Since it’s just a whole pile of drama on both sides – it’s super easy to skip and just have them take thier seats with the the rest of your guests. I think there’s enough to stress about with wedding planning that I would just skip this and make it easy on yourself.

However, if parents make a fuss then I would just have them all walk individually I guess. Unless there is an obvious partner to walk with them – like a spouse if any of them are remarried. Or if there are grandparents or siblings who they could be paired with. My brother was a groomsman in my wedding but escorted my mom down the aisle, then he circled back around to walk down with a bridesmaid. It was pretty simple but I don’t know if that would help in your situation.

Post # 3
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573 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

Just have all the parents seat themselves
There doesn’t have to be a big processsion, especially if you aren’t having ushers.
Maybe just ensure that your FH or the officiant separates the parents in the first few rows so there isn’t a seating drama.

Front Left- Your Step Dad with space for your mum next to him
2nd Row – Your FH’s mum and supportive relations

Front Right- Your FH’s dad and supportive relations
2nd Row – Your Dad and supportive relations

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