How does the Groom get down the aisle?
Traditionally, he walks down the aisle solo but some grooms prefer walking down the aisle escorted by both parents. Other grooms prefer a more subtle approach by entering the ceremony from the side of the venue (following the officiant and followed by the groomsmen) to take his place at the altar.
When should the Groom get to the wedding?
First look: 15-30 minutes. Groom and groomsmen arrive: An hour and a half before the ceremony. Bride and bridesmaids arrive: An hour* before the ceremony.
What does the Groom do while waiting for the bride?
Some grooms spend their time waiting for their bride by hanging out with their groomsmen, by having a moment of prayer, writing their vows to the future Mrs., or simply staring into the future.
What is the order of a wedding ceremony entrance?
Officiant stands at the altar. Groom and best man enter from a side door and stand at the altar. Bridesmaids and ushers walk in pairs (if there are uneven numbers, the odd person can walk alone, or two maids or groomsmen can walk together). The maid or matron of honor walks alone.
Do bridesmaids walk down the aisle to the same song as bride?
Wedding music commences, either a separate song for the Bridesmaids to enter and a different song for the Bride. … The Bridesmaids walk down the aisle and stand next to or opposite the Groomsmen. The Maid of honor walks down the aisle and stands at the head of the Bridesmaids.
Does the bride go with the groom to pick out his tux?
“The bride should be with the groom to select his tuxedo style and groomsmen styles. Unless of course, the tuxedo will be a surprise for the bride. In that case, the groom should include someone with whom he values their opinion.”
Do brides get their hair or makeup done first?
A bride should have her hair and makeup completed towards the middle of the hair and makeup appointments, not in the first or last time slot!