How to Lineup Your Wedding Party
The wedding lineup (also called a procession) is the certain order, according to which the members of the bridal party walk down the aisle. Nowadays at some wedding ceremonies only the bride and groom get to walk down the aisle, while other couples prefer following the old tradition and stick to the long-established wedding lineup order.
How to lineup your wedding party
Groom’s parents are the ones who have the honor to walk down the aisle. After their walk, they have to seat at the very first row. Afterwards the bride’s mother turn comes.
Officiant and groom
Then enters the officiant, who is followed by the groom. In case the groomsmen do not accompany the bridesmaids, they are supposed to walk down the aisle after the groom get to the altar.
Next is the turn of the bridesmaids. While getting to the altar, the bridesmaids should line by the height where the shortest bridesmaids should stand closest to the bride and the tallest ones remotely.
Maid of honor
The maid or matron of honor walks down the aisle after all the bridesmaids and stands next to the bride.
Ring bearer and flower girl
After the maid of honor gets to the altar, the ring bearer walks down the aisle. He is followed by the flower girl.
As for the bride, she is the last one to walk up the aisle. As a rule the bride is escorted by her father or another meaningful for her person.