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Wedding Ceremony 

We've broken down the details of "who stands where" for you to better visualize where the bride and groom and their wedding party is supposed to stand during the wedding ceremony. You are always more than welcomed to make the wedding ceremony yours by changing up the details, these are just customs that are seen in "traditional" wedding ceremonies for your reference. 

We've also listed 3 options of how the wedding procession can be structured. ​

Option 1: 

 

Officiant stands at the altar
Groom & Groomsmen enter from side door

 

To walk down the aisle: 

Groom's Grandparents

Bride's Grandparents

Groom's Parents 

Bride's Mother with Escort

Bridesmaid 4

Bridesmaid 3

Bridesmaid 2

Maid / Matron Of Honor

Flower Girl(s) and/or RIng Bearer(s)

Bride with Bride's Father

Option 2: 

 

Officiant stands at the altar
 

To walk down the aisle: 

 

Groom

Best Man

Groomsman 2

Groomsman 3

Groomsman 4

Groom's Grandparents

Bride's Grandparents

Groom's Parents 

Bride's Mother with Escort

Bridesmaid 4

Bridesmaid 3

Bridesmaid 2

Maid / Matron Of Honor

Flower Girl(s) and/or RIng Bearer(s)

Bride with Bride's Father

Option 3: 

 

Officiant stands at the altar
Groom & Best Man enter from side door

 

 

To walk down the aisle: 

 

 

Groom's Grandparents

Bride's Grandparents

Groom's Parents 

Bride's Mother with Escort

Bridesmaid 4 with Groomsman 4

Bridesmaid 3 with Groomsman 3

Bridesmaid 2 with Gromsman 2

Maid / Matron Of Honor

Flower Girl(s) and/or RIng Bearer(s)

Bride with Bride's Father