This past weekend my uncle, who is like a second father started asking me questions about my wedding. He asked what he had to wear since he wasn't going to be in the bridal party. So I told him and then he came up with a wild idea of him being the ring bearer.
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So Fiance and I already have a large wedding party. However we have two really great guy friends that we wanted to include in the ceremony. They were actually there the night we met and one of them sort of arranged for us to meet.
This might sound silly, but this is not a joke. We do have a 3 year old flower girl but no Round Brilliant. Some people have animals in their wedding party. I think an adult ring bearer is fine.
Neither group is wrong exactly—asking children to be a part of your celebration as participants, attendees, or both —can definitely impact the big day. That's why, before you finalize your guest listyou should consider whether or not you want to invite them. Kids make having a flower girl and ring bearer possible.
Jump to navigation. Welcome to our latest installment of "Ask the Experts," where our contributor team of wedding planners solves readers' most pressing wedding planning dilemmas! I'm throwing an adults-only reception with a sit-down dinner at a yacht club, and I informed everyone about our plans early on in our engagement, so she was aware of this.
A page boy is a young male attendant at a wedding or a cotillion a social dance. This type of wedding attendant is less common than it used to be, but it is still a way of including young relatives or the children of friends in a wedding. Pages are often seen at British royal weddings, such as the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in
My FI and I have been talking about who is going to be in our wedding parties. We are going to be having a relatively informal wedding and so large wedding parties are out of the question. Plus, I would never be able to come up with as many bridesmaids as he would have groomsmen. Here's the deal.
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After the groomsmen and bridesmaids make their way down the aisle, your littlest wedding attendants, the ring bearer and flower girlmake their debut. A ring bearer is usually a young boy between the ages of 4 and 8 who has a special connection to the bride and groom. He may be related to them, or just be a family friend.