Now, it usually goes without saying that your Dad usually walks you down the aisle doesn’t it?
But everyone’s situation is different and if for whatever reason your Dad can’t be there, there’s still plenty of options.
This is your wedding day, so everything should be catered towards you and how you feel, and you should feel amazing!
If you’re stuck on who you should ask though, we bet there’s plenty of people to ask…
It could be:
We just absolutely love it when Brides are escorted down the aisle by their mums. What a lovely way to honour the lady who raised you, and if you are super close, it will make your experience even more enjoyable. Mums always have a knack of making you feel better, no matter what the situation, so what better way than when walking you down the aisle on the biggest day of your life?
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Your Mum and Dad
If you love your Dad but don’t want your Mum to feel excluded, or maybe both parents are separated but both brought you up, what better way than to honour them both? It will be absolutely beautiful to watch, and if you’re worried if maybe they don’t see eye to eye, they’ll have to swallow their pride and come together for the biggest day in their daughter’s life.
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If your Dad can’t be there, or wasn’t present in your life, why not ask your brother? We bet he’ll be so grateful and happy that you’ve actually thought to ask him. We never fail to tear up when a bride walks down the aisle with her brother.
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Who says you shouldn’t walk down the aisle with your sister? If she’s already your bridesmaid, just promote her to Chief-Walking-Down-The-Aisle-Bridesmaid, it’s you and her against the world!
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Your Step Dad
Again, if your Dad isn’t around anymore, or maybe he wasn’t present in your life, but another man was and brought you up as though you were his own, we feel like it’s only right to ask him. Go on, make his day!
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Strut down that aisle like the strong, independent woman you truly are! Now’s the time to let your inner Beyoncé shine.
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Your Groom’s Father
Why shouldn’t you walk down with your future Father-In-Law? We mean, he’s already practically your adopted Dad anyway! Plus, we bet it would make his day being asked, he would never expect it.
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