Post # 1
Who walks her to her seat? We have ushers, but none that I really see my mom feeling comfortable or happy walking with. My dad is walking me and Father-In-Law is the best man. My brother is a groomsmen but I want him towards the front of the groomsmen line, because he’s my brother. I know it’s not my decision, but that’s the way it kinda has to be. I was going to have GMs walk BMs both in and out and Fiance will walk his mom. We have 5 BMs and 6 GMs. I hope that all makes sense lol. Thanks.
Post # 3
Let her choose. If she wants your Dad to, he can just go back out to get you. If she wants your brother, he can take his place at the front when she takes her seat. I think you are over thinking all of this.
When I got married 17 years ago Darling Husband escorted him mother and then my sister (standing in for deceased mom) and then took his place at the front. You can choose whatever you like, but it doesn’t have to be so rigid. You can make anything work.
Is your maternal g’pa still living? Or does she have a brother she would like to escort her?
Post # 4
@Lizzy723: like my mother says…we are not landing an airplane i just need to get to a seat.. my mom is walking herself so will his mother…
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2014 - Cedar Lake Cellars
@AndysCraftsNmore: Love this! What a good attitude!
Post # 6
I guess I am over thinking things. It’s only 17 weeks away! That’s so exciting!
Post # 7
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
Why don’t you have the BMs walk themselves in, and your brother walk your mom in? It’s not uncommon to see the girls walk in solo, then get escorted out. I would have Future Father-In-Law walk in with your Future Mother-In-Law, and Fiance and the other guys can walk solo.
Post # 8
Your brother can escort your mother and then take his place among the groomsmen. At our wedding, my DH’s brother was his best man, and DH’s older son was the next-in-line groomsman. He walked his grandmother down the aisle and then later appeared in the line with the groomsmen when they all walked in together from the side. All of the bridesmaids walked down the aisle alone but later were escorted by the groomsmen during the return trip following the ceremony.
Post # 9
Can both your mom and dad escort you down the aisle?
Post # 10
In my experience, the parents precede the BMs down the aisle anyway, so if your brother escorts your mother, he’ll be the first Groomsmen down the aisle. If Fiance has a best man, your brother can just leave a space for him in front of him when he is up front. It also allows for a 1-1 matchup of GMs/BMs.
Post # 11
We’re not having ushers (that’s who I typically see walking the moms) so they’re just walking solo. They are grown ladies, I think they can handle it 😉
Post # 12
I had my groom walk my mother down to her seat. He had to go up to the front anyway, and she didn’t have anyone to walk her since my dad had passed away.
Post # 13
My Darling Husband walked my mom, stepmom and his own mom to their seats. It was something I hadn’t thought of until the day of, and our venue coordinator suggested that.
Post # 14
@Lizzy723: Is there a grandparent that could walk with her? Is she ok walking herself?
Our situation worked out perfectly IMO. My dad walked me, Darling Husband walked with his mom, and my Father-In-Law walked with my mom.