Post # 1
I’m trying to figure out the order for the parents/grandma and how that works.
My grandma will be the only grandparent in attendance at the wedding
My mom will need to walk down the aisle
FI’s mom will need to walk down the aisle
FI/GM will just line up at the front and BM’s will walk down the aisle alone.
Is there any etiquette to the order? Does my grandma walk down first? Do the brides family members go first or the grooms or does it not matter?
Who escorts the mothers? Does FI’s dad walk his mom down? Who escorts my mom (my dad will be w/ me)? Do they need escorts? My grandma will need an escort as she is very old and trips easily-should a Groomsmen just walk her down?
Post # 3
i would do:
grandma, escorted by an usher or family member
groom’s mother, escorted by groom’s father
bride’s mother, escorted by family member (brother or someone) or usher
then bridal party
bride & bride’s father
Post # 4
@alphagam84: There are traditional processionals you can use. You can google them. But you can also make your own!
If I were in your situation, I would have Grandma go in first. She is an elder. She can be escorted by an usher who will then need to escort her up the aisle during the recessional. You can also have a family member do it and sit beside her during the ceremony.
Your mother can be escorted in by an usher or a family member. Same with your Future Mother-In-Law.
When I got married, we had family members escort family down. My great-aunt was escorted by her oldest grandson. My other great-aunt was escorted by her only son. My groom escorted his mother in. My mother escorted me in.
Post # 5
@alphagam84: I would also have MOB escorted in before MOG.