So as we are 2 woman's getting married any ideas on how to walk down the the aisle. We both want our dad's to as its not fair one doing it and the other not. Plus I have a 10 Yr old boy I want to play a part in he's my wing man shall we say lol
The way my friends did it was they had two aisles and were both walked down by their dads. That was lovely. But obviously depends on the venue. X
I recently heard of a same sex marriage where one walked down with her dad, then she waited at the top with him, then her partner walked down with her dad and then they were “passed over” to one another which I thought was lovely x
I went to a same sex wedding on saturday and both ladies walked down the isle. It was a beautiful ceremony xxxx
I’m watching a programme where both men are walked down at the aisle with their mums you could both walk down with your dads
Me an my wife walked down the aisle with our dads seperatley .. we each had our own bridesmaids, she walked in behind her bridesmaid with her dad (one of them walked in with our daughter) and waited from me at the end then our daughter got brought back out to me an she walked in with my bridesmaids an i followed with my dad xx
Two aisles. Walk down them at the same time. Lush x
Brides and dads walk down then 10 yr with rings
Is there a way for you both to enter at the same time from different directions? So you enter from the left and your partner enters from the right, and you both walk down either side of the guests and then meet in the middle? Not all venues have this set up though. I'm sure you'll figure it out :)
My wife to be is going to walk down with her dad first then I'll be walking down with my grandad. :) x
My friends got married a couple of years ago, both walked down the aisle with their dad's but did a 'first look' thing just the two of them before they walked down got some lovely pics 🙂
Not sure where you are getting married and if this will be possible but our venue told us about one of their same sex weddings where the brides came in at the same time from different directions. That sounded really nice.
I've been to a wedding where bride 1 walked with her dad the full length of the aisle then bride 2 came pushing her dads wheelchair and escorted by stepdad . Basically there's no right or wrong but you do need to try your venue out for size to ensure there is enough width to walk down.
Have your child to bring the wedding rings as the ring bearer .....
Maybe try and organise the room/area in which you're walking down one aisle and instead use chairs/screens/arches etc so that there are two aisles one for you and one for your partner. You can even have a member of steff from the venue set the screens up so one of you can enter, put a screen up so you can't see her and then you can enter and both set off together and walk towards the "alter"
Both walk down with your respective people one at a time
We get married this summer our order down the aisle goes;
Brides maids, me and my son, Paige boys, my partner and her two brothers.
Tbh I feel as two women we are not tied to any tradition and can decide on anything we want.
When I marry my finance I'm going to get my 2 boys to walk me down the aisle..
Let your son walk you down and your dads to be best men what ever you decide you will have a amazing day good luck enjoy your day x
If you're venue doesn't have an option of you both waking in with your dad's at the same time but from different areas then could one of you be waiting at the alter with their dad and the other enter with their dad.... Both walk towards each other and meet in the middle of the aisle where your dad's 'give you away to each other' and then perhaps you could both walk back down the aisle together towards the registrar as your dad's follow and then take their seats? X
I really like some of those ideas I think it will be a case of 2 aisles meet in the middle my son and her bridesmaid can walk down together something like that 😂 x
At my neices wedding my neice walked down first with her dad thenwaited for her wife walked down after with her mum
Let the boy walk you down and your dad's lead you back up.