Who Walks the Groom's Mother down the Aisle?

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The mother of the groom can be escorted to the pew by her son or grandson or by a brother of the bride or groom, or by an usher.
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In traditional "christian" weddings the Groom begins the wedding at the front of the room/church. However the groom can elect to be walked in by a mother/grandmother etc
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NO. If your brother was the one getting married that day then NO one should have walked him down the aisle. And you know what? HE SHOULDN'T have even walked down the aisle. He is
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If the groom has a brother, he would be the ideal person to walk her down the aisle. This is also a great job if the groom has multiple brothers, and they are not all in the wedding
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Dear Kristin, For the processional, the groom's mother goes in first and bride's mother is the last person seated before the wedding party starts their entrance. For the recessional
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