(Closed) Torn… I’m Not Sure what to do about a Wedding Party

posted 9 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
2779 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Do you have a favourite toy that you passed down to your daughter (like a bunny maybe) that you could tie the rings to in a ribbon around the neck? That’d be an adorable alternative! 

Maybe you can pass your bouquet to your mum once you’ve walked down the aisle? Or another member of your family who’s sitting in front? What about giving it to your daughter as she takes her seat? Then afterwards you can have her stand up to walk out behind you and receive your bouquet then.

Post # 4
130 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

have you talked to your sister about it? I know my sister was really honored when I asked her and would have been hurt to have not been included. She loves her maid of honor job.

Post # 6
376 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

You can ask people for their help and acknowledge them publicly or in the program without giving them official roles…and maybe you could hand your bouquet to your daughter? Is she a careful person? I wasn’t at 7, but many other kids were.

I don’t know how classy/lighthearted/formal/casual your wedding is, but you could have your daughter wear a costume and come down the aisle! It would be adorable. Little Red Riding Hood, the Ring Fairy, a Ring Wraith (if she’s a tomboy)…

A ring corsage is a more formal and elegant idea — you make her a wrist corsage and tie the rings to it. Then she has her hands free and looks like she has a mini bouquet of her own.

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