Home' AtoZ Wedding Guide : A-Z Wedding Guide 2011 Contents There are many different ways for the bridal
party to enter the church or venue for the
ceremony, depending on religion, culture and
the formality of the wedding.
After the parents and grandparents of the bride
and groom are seated, there are two main ways
for the bridal party to enter.
The groom, best man and celebrant or priest will
not walk down the aisle, but enter through a side
door and wait at the alter. Then the bridesmaids
and groomsmen walk up the aisle in pairs. They
can be paired by the distance they will be
standing to the bride and groom (those standing
the furthest away walk down first) or paired by
The second way is for the groom, best man,
priest or celebrant and groomsmen to wait at
the alter and the bridesmaids walk up one by
one, again starting with the bridesmaid that will
be furthest from the bride.
Once the bridal party is assembled, the bride
will enter. If the bride is being given away by her
father, he will lead her to the front of the aisle,
shake the grooms hand, kiss his daughter then
takes his seat next to the bride's mother.
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