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Beach Wedding - Walking Down The "aisle?"

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Hello!  Recently engaged and planning on a beach wedding in May 2017.  We plan to rent a condo on the beach and use a planning company to set up the arbor.  We will have less than 10 people in attendance, so no chairs.  

My dad will likely walk me down the aisle, but from where?!  Does everyone watch us walk all the way from the parking lot/condo to the altar?  This seems so awkward!  

Does anyone have ideas on how to make this less awkward?

Thank you!!!

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Hello!  Recently engaged and planning on a beach wedding in May 2017.  We plan to rent a condo on the beach and use a planning company to set up the arbor.  We will have less than 10 people in attendance, so no chairs.  

My dad will likely walk me down the aisle, but from where?!  Does everyone watch us walk all the way from the parking lot/condo to the altar?  This seems so awkward!  

Does anyone have ideas on how to make this less awkward?

Thank you!!!

@@itscaramel congrats on your engagement, usually the walk would start from where your guests can see you.  if you are coming out of the car in the parking lot no-one can see you then.  hope this helps.

 

Happy Planning!

Joyce

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Welcome to our forum community and Congrats on your dw next May, itscarmel!!!

 

You'll find lots of great help, ideas + support from everyone here - plus tons of resources for answers to your planning questions - so well done on joining up :)

 

We've seen all kinds of entrances for the Brides we've captured on their Big Walk down the "aisle" like some of these.....taken from our Wedding Story Albums link

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Wishing you happy research - enjoy your journey, and All the BEST with your process - cheers!!! team MTM :)

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