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Wedding Etiquette Tips 26

 
 

Wedding recession and after
After the ring exchange, the clergy will then be the first to lead the way to the vestry for the signing of the register. Followed by the Bride and Groom, bridegroom’s father and the bride’s mother, the bride’s father with the bridegroom’s mother, best man with the chief bridesmaid, and the bridesmaids.

The clergy should be sitting at his table facing the bride and bridegroom. Usually the best man and the chief bridesmaid will act as witnesses, they will sign on the register right after the bride and groom did. Appointed witnesses should be made known to the clergy in advance to avoid confusion at the last minute.

The signing of the register should be a short affair and a simple one, when it’s finished, the usher will give a cue to the pianist and she will start the recessional music. The Bride’s right hand will hold onto the Bridegroom’s left arm, and will start walking down the aisles followed by the chief bridesmaid with the best man, and the bridesmaids following behind. The Groom’s father with the Bride’s mother will be the next in line, and the last pair should be the Bride’s father with the Groom’s mother.

The ushers or groomsmen must be alert to open the doors once the wedding recession starts.

The bride will walk down the aisles wearing a smile, gracefully greeting the friends and families. Some brides may wish to run out of the church as a gesture of happiness, if the bride decides to do this, she may have to consult the clergy in advance as some churches do not allow that.

At this time, bells will be ringing and confetti’s popping out from everywhere, the newly weds are now husband and wife. At the porch, the newly weds will be congratulated by their friends and families, wedding photographers will start taking pictures. Guests will want to have a picture taken with the wedding couple, bridesmaid will want to be in the picture too with their beautiful bridesmaids dress on.

 

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