(Closed) Who to walk me down the aisle…HELP!

posted 9 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
976 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

Ok I had a really hard time with this too and with the wedding just over a week ago I must say everyone was ok with my dad and step dad walking me down the aisle (my dad even asked what side my setp dad wanted since he has a tumor on his knee). Our situation was a little different since my parents where divorced when I was 2 and my step dad has been around since I was 1 but it will be a hard decision no matter what.  We had an outdoor wedding and no one held my arm we just walked in together and DH shaked both there hands at the front and then walked me to our arch. Ive added a picture of how it turned out. Best of luck with everything and trust me it will all work out.

Post # 4
2567 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Have your mom walk you down the aisle, and have dad and step-dad each do a reading.

Post # 5
190 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Let them both walk with you

Post # 7
498 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I’m having my stepdad walk me but then again my biological father will not be invited…

Post # 8
796 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

am I crazy for wanting my step dad to walk me to a tree?  No, of course not.  Family is family because the care about you, not because you share blood. If he’s been a part of your life and supportive of you and your Fiance, it makes perfect sense to have him with you.

And what do I say to my dad to let him see why this is important to me?  That in your heart you feel that there’s a place for both of them.  And that this is your day, and if he cared about you, then he’d want you to be happy, and having both of them support you in this is what makes you happy.

If he sticks to his guns do I just let him not walk me down the aisle and the relationship forever be changed?  See what he says about both of them walking you. It’s very common to have two people walk you.  If he still’s stubborn, then it’s his loss.  He will realize after what a silly selfish mistake he’s made and what a missed opportunity this is.  Most importantly, don’t cave to him, or you will regret it.

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