Should my daughter be my junior bride?
Posted 27 August 2007 - 02:39 PM
I am kinda going through it.
My daughter is 8 years old but will 9 years old when we get married next year. At first she wanted to be the flower girl and was totally excited. She now wants to be the jr. bride (a mini me). I was going to just have her be a jr. bridesmaid.
Should she be the jr. bride so that she plays more of a role in the wedding or should I just let her be the jr. bridesmaid?
I have never seen this done but someone obviously put this in her head that she can be a jr. bride and wear a white gown like mommy.
After I posted this I realized that I was in the wrong section of the forum.
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Posted 27 August 2007 - 04:23 PM
I think its up to you, any job she has in the wedding will be a big deal to her, so whatever you will be happy with, thats whats important.
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Posted 04 September 2007 - 07:34 AM
| Originally Posted by Lizzy |
Ok, I am going to be the bad guy here. I think there should be only one bride. A junior bridesmaid is a really big deal. Someday she will be the bride, but this time it is Mom's turn. Just my opinion.
Posted 04 September 2007 - 07:59 AM
In this case the mini brides were nieces and the junior bm's were cousins. There was no difference in their roles, other than the order of procession, and after that they all sat down in the front row. Only the adult bm's stood up. I don't know if it's Belizean tradition or if they made it up, but I saw it firsthand and it was really cute. They got a lot of oohs and awws but not as many as the bride...nobody will see it as a competition. It's your call and your one guaranteed day to have things your way so if you aren't with it don't do it, but if you don't mind then go for it )
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