Walking down the aisle

Walking down the aisle

Tradition has it that the father of the bride gives away his daughter, walking her down the aisle to her groom.  If, for whatever reason this traditional option is not for you there are plenty of ways to get down that aisle to the ceremony. Here are a few ideas you might be able to use, tweak and take for your own.

Family or friends

If your Dad is not around and you’re Mum is up for giving you away, then this is a beautiful alternative.  The idea of someone accompanying you down the aisle is, for me, about support so a relative, brother, cousin, best friend that you feel very close to can be that someone to give you that morale boost on the aisle walk.

With your partner

Walk half way up the aisle and be met by your fiance halfway to complete the walk together. Symbolic of the journey you’ve taking as individuals so far, and will be together into the future.

Involve others and collect your bouquet

Involve more people in the ceremony as the you walk alone down the aisle but have special people placed at the edge of the walk, each handing you a flower to make up your bouquet.

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