What can boys do in a wedding?

What can a 10 year old boy do in a wedding?

7 to 10: carry candles in procession, carry prayer book in procession, hand out programs, hand out flowers to mothers or grandmothers, or tend guestbook. 11 to 15: junior bridesmaid or junior usher/groomsman.

Does the bride pick the flower girl?

The bride and groom cover the cost of the flowers – flower baskets, bouquets, petals, and floral hair wreaths. The bride chooses the flower girl dress. This standard tradition (the bride choosing the dress, the parents of the flower girl paying for the dress and accessories) still holds true for today’s weddings.

What can a 12 year old boy do in a wedding?

Depending on their age, level of responsibility and of course willingness, they can:

  • Ask guests to sign pages in a scrapbook.
  • Walk you down the aisle.
  • Hand out wedding programs or directions to the reception.
  • Serve as altar boy or altar girl.
  • Greet guests.
  • Turn pages for the musician.
  • Carry the bride’s train.

What do you call a female usher?

1. usherette – a female usher. guide, usher – someone employed to conduct others.

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