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Wedding ceremony procession
When the bridal car arrives at the church, an usher should be assigned to open the bride’s door, as her first step forward on the ground, wedding photographers and wedding videographers will start taking shots of the beautiful bride. The Chief Bridesmaid will then make a final check on the bridal gown and adjust anything that is not at the right place. The father of the bride will lead the bride into the church with his right arm.

Timing, timing, timing…the pianist will be cued by either an usher or someone from the church whom has appointed when the bride arrives at the front door. Then the pianist will start playing the wedding march which is pre-arranged by the bride from the Order of Service. wedding ceremony procession chart

(Click to enlarge Wedding Ceremony Procession Chart 1) As the father of the bride led her daughter through the aisles with grace and slow pace, the Chief Bridesmaid and Bridesmaid will form up at their appointed positions behind them. The bride’s pace must not be too fast, it should be of grace and beauty moving along with the music, that is why a rehearsal must take place a few weeks before the wedding day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to enlarge Wedding Ceremony Procession 1)

The bride’s poise should not slouch or her eyes wander around at her guests, she should fix her eyes on the clergyman or the altar till she arrive beside the Groom standing on her right.(Click to enlarge Wedding Ceremony Procession Standing Position Chart 2)

As the bride approaches, the Bridegroom will turn to face and welcoming her, so will the Best Man turn to face her when the Bridegroom does. Once they are in position: from the left facing the altar, Bride’s Father, Bride, Bridegroom and Best Man, the Chief Bridesmaid will step forward from behind the Bride and take the Flower Bouquet from the Bride. The Chief Bridesmaid will also help the Bride to lift up the veil. After that the Chief Bridesmaid will return to her position.

 

 

 

 

 

(Click to enlarge Wedding Ceremony Standing Position Chart)

 

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