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Wedding Ceremony Questions

If you are already in the throws of wedding planning, it probably does not surprise you that wedding ceremonies can have a lot of problems that you need to deal with. Fortunately, TheKnot.com has all of the wedding expertise to answer even your toughest wedding ceremony questions. We will fill you in on alternatives to unity candles, how to decorate for a church wedding, and whether or not you should get a gift for your ceremony officiant. We also have advice for child attendants, how a wedding recessional works, and the best way to plan a nondenominational wedding. We have answers to questions like, "How can we honor a deceased loved one at our wedding ceremony?" and "Who should walk me down the aisle?" Another popular wedding ceremony question we answer is, "How should an uneven wedding party walk down the aisle?" Plus, get tips on the receiving line, such as whether or not to include stepparents and whether or not a receiving line is really necessary. We will even let you know fun ways to include your pets in your wedding ceremony. Have a question you don't see answered? Submit it to Carley and you just might see the answer show up on our site!

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Wedding Processional: How to Have a Double Wedding?

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The most amazing thing has happened! My sister and I got engaged just a week apart from each other. We've decided to go ahead and have a double wedding. We just have a few questions, like, who walks down the aisle first and with whom, and which groom gets to kiss his bride first?

A.

Well aren't you the Doublemint twins! And you are about to double your fun. Have dad stand between the two of you and walk together down the aisle. If you would prefer to walk alone with him, he may escort the eldest daughter first down the aisle, then turn around to walk the younger sister. When through, dear old Dad can stand behind his eldest daughter until he gives her away. Then move over to his other daughter to do the same. When the officiant says "You may now kiss the brides", you both turn to your beloved and smooch simultaneously.

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