I have lost both of my parents. Would it be strange to have my uncle (married to my mum's sister) walk me down the aisle or do father/daughter dance?
Not at all, and i'm sure he will feel honoured to do it. My mum was a single parent when i was growing up so i really wanted to ask her to walk me down the aisle but chose my dad after all as he just seemed so excited.
Do what makes you happy. X
U have who u feel close to, i had my mum even though my dad was there and also my stepdad x
Not at all... it's down to who you choose. Your parents would be glad you have someone to fill the role for you :)
Neither of my parents will be attending my wedding. I had always planned for my Granda to do it however he passed away almost 4 years ago so I am having my uncle give me away as he is the person I am closest too now. It's down to who you want to do it and who you feel would fill that role best
No it wouldn't be strange he would probably be honoured to do it
No that's a really lovely idea!!
Both my parents are dead and I'm having my dads twin brother walk me down the isle. I think you uncle would love being part of your special day. I know it's going to be a emotional day for my uncle and me but I wouldn't want anyone else to give me away.
I was in same situation. I got married 2 weeks ago and walked down the isle with our daughter
I lost both my parents so my sister is walking me down the aisle. Xx
That's lovely, but why not your aunt? She's your blood relation, and nothing says it has to be a man. Your choice of course, but just in case you didn't realise ️
My son is walking me down the aisle.. x
My dad passed away last year so I'm having my grandad walk me down the aisle. I'm closer to him than any of my uncles. He's over the moon. X
My aunt & uncle have helped me so much and always been there for me. My uncle is walking me down the isle and giving me away. Now what he'll be wearing I'm not sure 😊
I think that is a lovely idea x
My brother is walking me down the aisle because my dad and stepdad will be there and i love them both dearly so i couldn't choose so i asked my brother and he is so excited to to it
I've asked my cousin to give me away and my uncle to do the father/daughter dance as dad passed 4 yrs before I met my h2b. It's an emotional decision, do whatever feels right for you, no-one can replace your parents and I can only imagine how difficult this one is for you I'm very lucky to still have my mum with me. Best of luck for your special day, I'm sure they'll see you even if you can't see them x
Not at all. I'm sure he would love to do it. You have who you want. My dad isn't walking me down, I'm have my brother and grandfather. xx
Hi it is a good idea if you and your Uncle are closegood luck :)
My mum passed away last March and I've asked my auntie if she would mind stepping in as mother of the bride. And she burst into tears and said she'd be absolutely honoured.
Whoever you are closest to. Your wedding your choice. X
Of course not hunni.
I've got no parents either. My brother is walking me down the aisle. And we are having a father daughter dance, but I'm going to pass him to my next sister, and she to my next sister and then she to his twin sister. (4girls, one boy!) thought it would be a lovely dance having him do a few turns with each of us in order!
I am going to have my god farther walk me down the aisle. It doesn't matter at all.
I'm having my uncle walk me down the aisle he was chuffed when I asked you can have who ever you like x
Not at all ️ My eldest son has the enviable job of actually giving his mum away - there must be a lot of lads out there would give anything to do that !!!
Not at all, I'm sure he would be honoured x
I lost my dad in December and we are getting married in october My father in law to be is walking me in, he's been in my life for almost 11 years now and he means the world to me, I'm slightly worried what some of my family will think but being honest with myself since my dad can't be there, there is no one else I'd rather do it xx
My dad passed away 3 years ago. My mom is walking me down the aisle. She is thrilled! U have whoever u feel is the best person for u. Good luck! Xxx
Not at all, my son is going to be giving me away but we won't be doing a dance
My dad has passed since my wedding but If I wasn't already married I'd ask my son to give me away
Choose whoever you want. I'm in the same position having lost both my parents and having no siblings. My wonderful friend has stepped in to do the honours x
I think it's lovely. My dad passed away three years ago and my 20 year old son is walking me down the aisle 😊
My uncle gave me away it wasn't strange at all x
It's your wedding so do what you want to do. Who cares it's not tradition. If it's what you want to do and makes you happy go with it.
My dad died 17years ago this is my second marriage and my eldest twin sons are walking me down the aisle and both (not at the same time) are choseing a song for the father of the bride dance x
My Dad is no longer with us so my Mum is giving me away and we're gonna hav a Mummy daughter dance instead.
Your uncle will be honoured to walk you down the aisl. My two sons are walking me down, at their insistence and I'm stoked with that X
My dad passed away 5 years ago mum still living buy my uncle is giving me away for my wedding which is great for both of us ... he doesn't have a daughter so this will be the only chance he gets to do this ... and to be honest I don't think I could think of anyone I'd rather have giving me away
Not at all. My brother walked me down the aisle and I had a mother daughter dance. I think it's a lovely idea and you have to do what is in your heart xx
I was in the same boat - I had my bro in law do it x
It wouldn't be strange at all. Do what is best for you x
Not at all, I think you can have things any way you like these days. My little boy will be 8 when he walks me down the aisle next year!x
You have whoever you want walk you down! It is your day after all! X