Who traditionally travels in wedding cars?
General Travel Guide:
- The Bride travels with whoever is giving her away.
- The Bridesmaids travel with Mother of Bride.
- The Groom usually travels with the Best Man and the Groomsmen.
How do groomsmen get to the church?
The officiant and groom’s party can enter the church in one of two ways. They can file in from a room to the side of the altar in the order they will stand: officiant, groom, best man and remaining groomsmen. Alternatively, the officiant and groom’s party can walk down the aisle like the rest of the processional.
Who rides in the limo with the bride to the church?
First and foremost, the bride and groom ride in the limo. In many instances, the limousine driver will pick up the bride and her father from her home and bring her to the church or wedding ceremony venue. If there is time, he can go afterwards to pick up the groom and those who will be riding with him.
Why do brides have bridesmaids?
Nowadays, people have bridesmaids for all sorts of reasons. For some people, it’s a way to incorporate close relatives into your ceremony. For others, it’s about making your friends part of your special day. Others, still, are attracted to the idea of bridesmaids for cultural or religious reasons.
Why does the bride wear something old?
The tradition of a bride wearing “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue,” comes from an Old English rhyme. Something old represents continuity; something new offers optimism for the future; something borrowed symbolizes borrowed happiness; something blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity.