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Devoted August 2018 Ontario

Who's walking you down the aisle and why?

Megis, on May 14, 2018 at 14:27 Posted in Wedding ceremony 0 47
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For most of us it will be out dad's. Haven't fully decided but it will be an uncle or family friend.
Who is it for your wedding?

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Latest activity by Gabbie, on May 26, 2018 at 10:18
  • Gabbie
    Newbie June 2019 Nova Scotia
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    My uncle got teary eyed, and he is not one for a lot of words! My aunt said he started dieting to look even better haha so cute!!!
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  • Jennifer
    Super July 2019 Ontario
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    I'm having my uncle too as my parents are gone. hes beyond excited for it!

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  • E
    Expert December 2018 Ontario
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    This is a second wedding for me. I was going to have my 17 hear old son walk me down but my dad kept asking who was going to walk me down (he did walk me down the first time 19 years ago). I could tell he really wanted to. So my son got demoted to usher and my 81 year old father will be walking me down. Or it could be me walking him down who knows lol. I do feel blessed to have him here to walk me a down a second time.

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  • Marcia
    Super August 2018 Manitoba
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    My dad will be walking me down the aisle! ❤️
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  • Kayla
    Devoted September 2017 Alberta
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    I walked down solo (by choice).

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  • Sarah
    Frequent user December 2018 Alberta
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    I'm deciding between my brother mother or step father
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  • Rekramer
    Expert November 2018 Ontario
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    My mom and my adopted dad. It’s jewish tradition that both
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  • Rachael
    Super October 2019 Ontario
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    My dad will be walking me down the aisle; as his only child, I'm sure it will be an emotional experience for him.

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  • Gabbie
    Newbie June 2019 Nova Scotia
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    Both my parents passed away, so my uncle will be walking me. He has been a father figure since I was about 10.

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  • Emma
    Newbie May 2016 Ontario
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    My dad passed away when I was a teenager so my mom will walk me.
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  • Genis
    Frequent user January 2019 Alberta
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    I will be asking my bio dad! I'm his only child so will be amazing to have him walk me down the aisle.

    I also will be asking my stepdad as he basically raised me (my mum, stepdad brother & I moved to australia when I was 6)

    I just haven't decided whether I will have them both walk me all the way or change halfway through Smiley smile



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  • Kaisha
    Super March 2019 Nova Scotia
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    I have not asked him yet but I will be asking my dad, we thankfully have a great relationship and I would be honoured to have him.

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  • Jennifer
    Super July 2019 Ontario
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    My uncle is walking me down the aisle. My bio mom died when I was a kid (and this is her brother) and my grandpa that raised me (I called him dad) passed away in 2007. My uncle has been like a parent to me most of my life. so I think its very fitting. and he is BEYOND excited for it. I even asked his daughters who aren't married if its ok if I take him first. and they were so happy too.

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  • Ashley
    Newbie May 2020 British Columbia
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    My dad and I have a VERY strained relationship, it'll be my mom walking me down.
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  • Stephanie
    Master July 2018 Alberta
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    My dad will be!

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  • Mandi
    Curious April 2020 Alberta
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    My dad will be walking me down the aisle and I am having my son come meet me half way and I will walk the rest of the way with both of them. He is not biologically my FH son, but he is the only dad he knows so he will be initially walking out with him.
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  • Stephanie
    VIP May 2019 Ontario
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    Walking down with both my parents!

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  • Brandy
    Newbie October 2019 Ontario
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    Unfortunately my dad passed away in 2011 and then my brother was going to walk me down but he passed in 2014. So my mom asked me if she could, she said she'd be honoured to. If not her I'd ask one of my uncle's to ❤
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  • Allison
    Master October 2019 Ontario
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    Both my parents will probably walk down the aisle with me, and my FH might walk down with his dad

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  • Courtney
    Super July 2018 Ontario
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    I'm walking down with both my parents.

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  • Emma
    Newbie September 2018 Ontario
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    My mom and dad are both walking me down the aisle. Smiley smile My fiance will be having her mom and dad do the same. We are going to play rock, paper, scissors to see who walks down first. Smiley smile

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  • Karen
    Expert September 2018 Ontario
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    I am being walked by my dad and my mom. I like to keep my ceremony as traditional as i can. Plus I would love to have both my parents n my side on the day of my wedding.
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  • Lor
    Frequent user August 2018 Ontario
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    Yes i was saying to have him also walk me down, so the two walking me down. I just personally don't want to include my step dad but feel like i'm going to have to.

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  • Jessica
    Super March 2018 Ontario
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    Definitely, do what feels good for you, and not worry about what it should be.

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  • M
    Devoted August 2018 Ontario
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    Too much family drama. I don't get along with either at the moment. I like the idea of the bride and groom walking together. Need to ask my fiancee about it. Also less pressure on me if I do that Smiley xd
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  • Jessica
    Super March 2018 Ontario
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    Have you thought about asking both to walk you down the aisle? I'm not sure what your relationship with your dad is, but if they are both important to you, it may be worth considering. My good friend had both her dad and step-dad walk her down the aisle. It was very nice to see how mixed families can come together on a special day!

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  • Erin
    Master September 2017 Ontario
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    My mum walked me down the aisle. My dad isn't in my life and she and I have a great relationship.

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  • Lor
    Frequent user August 2018 Ontario
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    I was going to be going down with my dad, but ive been thinking i might have to ask my step-dad to also walk me down. I don't like him much BUT he has done a lot for my teen years and helping me out financially and considers me his only daughter... so i feel like i have to do that for him...

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  • Maegan
    Super July 2018 British Columbia
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    Both my parents will be walking me down the aisle together (even though they are divorced). They both raised me together and its a big day for both of them... Im the first child of 6 to get married and the only girl...

    And my FH will have his mom walk him down the aisle. Would have been both parents as well but his dad passed away 5 years ago.
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  • M
    Devoted August 2018 Ontario
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    I like this idea too. I'll discuss it with my fiancee.
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  • Bianca
    Master August 2019 Ontario
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    It's going to be my dad for sure.

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  • Alexandra
    VIP November 2019 British Columbia
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    My dad will be walking me down the aisle because I’ve always been a daddy’s girl.
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