(Closed) What does ringbearer do with rings after walk down aisle?

posted 12 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
453 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2008

I think you are asking for trouble having a 5 year old hold the real rings.  If I were you, I would tie fake ones to the bowl and have the boy present the rings to the best man.  He can pretend to untie them, but then secretly remove the real ones from his pocket.

Or, you can do it the way you are proposing, let the ring bearer walk down the aisle to the best man, have the boy present the bowl, let the best man untie the rings, and hand one to the maid of honor.

Post # 4
1652 posts
Bumble bee

I kind of agree with Niki.  I think you should use fakies.  If you think the little oy will be upset with fakes, I think you could have the best man pretend to untie them.  But I would have him just walk down the aisle and go sit with his parents. 

I’m not familiar with the bowl.  If it has the same purpose as a pillow, then he can just hold ono it when he gets to the front.

Post # 6
13 posts

We had our wedding this past Saturday. Our ringbearer was 5 and he carried the real rings. They were attached to the pillow with ribbon that had velcro so it was really easy to undo. He just stood there with them until the best man asked for them.

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