Question: Do brides have both parents walk them down the aisle?

In many cultures, it’s traditional to have both the mother and father walk their daughter down the aisle. Some brides may find this more suitable rather than choosing just one parent to do the honor. If you prefer to be escorted by both your mom and dad, Erb says go for it!

Can 2 dads walking bride down aisle?

The Processional

Jennifer Thye, the owner of Imoni Events, says you actually can walk down the aisle with both dads. If they’re okay with it, she suggests having both men by your side during the processional, then having your stepdad take his seat and have your father proceed to walk you to your groom.

Does the mother of the bride get ready with the bride?

But generally the bride gets ready with her bridesmaids and mother.

Who speaks first at weddings?

The bride and groom are followed by their parents. If the bride’s parents are hosting the wedding, they speak first, toasting the newlyweds and the groom’s parents, and welcoming the guests.

Who gives the bride away if no father?

Female Relatives. When it comes to choosing someone to walk you down the aisle, mothers are a common choice, if your father cannot be there on your big day, according to Bridal Guide. Other choices could include your father’s widow if he remarried, or an aunt, sister, cousin or niece.

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Why does the father give the bride away?

The tradition of “giving away” would signify that the bride’s family would no longer have control over her or her possessions (dowry) and that her husband would respectfully take on the responsibilities and obligations that her father once boasted.

Can you have 2 dads?

In rare cases, fraternal twins can be born from two different fathers in a phenomenon called heteropaternal superfecundation. Although uncommon, rare cases have been documented where a woman is pregnant by two different men at the same time.

Does your father have to walk you down the aisle?

The answer is anyone! Anyone can walk the bride down the aisle as long as that’s what the bride wants on their wedding day. Whether it’s the parents, the groom, or someone else, “traditional” doesn’t matter unless it’s something that makes you feel good about your day.

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