Monthly Archives: July 2009

Wedding Party: The Flower Girl

The flower girl is usually a young girl between the ages of 4 and 8 who has a special connection to the bride and groom. She may be related to them or just be a family friend. The flower girl follows behind the bridesmaids with a basket of flower petals, scattering them down the aisle.
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Wedding Party: The Ring Bearer

The ring bearer is usually a young boy between the ages of 4 and 8 who has a special connection to the bride and groom. He may be related to them or just be a family friend. The ring bearer walks down the aisle immediately after the flower girl, or last bridesmaid, with the wedding
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Wedding Party: Bridesmaid Duties – Part 2

The Wedding Day: Assist the bride getting into her dress, make-up and hair if needed. Ask the bride if she needs anything (food, water, etc.) all the way up until it is time for her to walk down the aisle. Assist the other bridesmaids on where to go and timing, especially if they show up
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Wedding Party: Bridesmaid Duties – Part 1

As a bridesmaid, you will play a strong supportive role for the bride. Even though the Maid/Matron of Honor has the bulk of the duties, your help will be needed throughout the wedding planning process. You will be needed to offer comfort to a stressed out bride and give your opinion when the bride needs
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Wedding Party: Groomsman Duties

The groomsman is someone who is important to the groom and whom the groom wants to be a visible part of his wedding. A groomsman can be a close friend, brother, cousin, a relative of the bride or even the groom’s father. There is a considerable expense involved in being a groomsman, including the cost
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