(Closed) Ushers–Do they process down the aisle? 4 days to go. Help!

posted 8 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
3709 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

No…the ushers don’t process. The usually are at the back of the church until all of the guests are seated. At that point they take a seat before the bridal party comes in. After the ceremony is over, they direct the guests out row by row usually starting from the front of the church/venue. Now I have seen them take pictures with the wedding party at a few weddings I have attended/been a participant in. But I have never seen them as a part of the processional.

Post # 4
7152 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2010

There are two types:

1)Ushers that light the ceremony candles, walk in parents, and roll out the aisle runner.

2)Ushers that seat guests.

Either way, they aren’t really a part of the Wedding Party.

Post # 5
396 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

Our ushers ARE a part of our wedding party. We are basically having an “uneven” party. I have 5 girls & Fiance has 7 guys. My 2 brothers (part of the 7) will act as ushers; but they will walk in my mom & then be the first to stand up front where the rest of the GroomsMen will join them. It was important to me not to make anyone feel out of place. & if we asked them to be ushers but then not be up front I feel like they’d think they weren’t as important as the other Groomsmen. JMO

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