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    • CamilaL
      CommentAuthorCamilaLGot married 10 months ago
      CommentTimeNov 5th 2017
    Right, so we're having a marriage blessing at a village church. I'm editing the song I am walking down the aisle to, but the part that I want is 3 minutes long. Is it too much for our 4 bridesmaids to walk down, plus me and my dad in the end?
    • StaceyH989
      CommentAuthorStaceyH989Got married 4 months ago
      CommentTimeNov 6th 2017
    Could you time it maybe? I think it depends on how long the aisle is and how slow you want people to walk? Speak to your church and ask if you could do a test run.
    • InDreamland
      CommentAuthorInDreamlandGot married 5 years ago
      CommentTimeNov 6th 2017
    2 mins is normally ample. You could play the music then wait 20 -30 seconds before you or your first BM walks down. Sending BMs first means you can space out more with maybe sending them down one at a time waiting for them to get to the end before you enter.

    Married the love of my life on Saturday 11th May 2013 xxx
    Had our dream perfect honeymoon in Hawaii!

    • Elinor Claire
      CommentAuthorElinor ClaireGot married 4 years ago
      CommentTimeNov 10th 2017
    We tried it out in advance. I had the bridesmaids go one at a time, there were five of them, then I entered in the second half of the song. It’s definitely best to pave it out in the church if you have a chance, it’s difficult to visualise otherwise. If not maybe someone could measure the aisle for you and you can mark it out somewhere. I would allow a little bit of music after you reach the front as well, for you to pass your flowers to a bridesmaid and for them to straighten your train if necessary.

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    It was the day that I became Mrs. Dixon.

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