Why Does a Father Walk the Daughter down the Aisle?

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In the past, it is assumed that it is the father of the bride is who should walk the bride to be down the aisle. Today, this tradition has changed. Some brides are walked down by their mother in case their father has passed on, or even their bigger brothers, it all depends on the particular family in question.
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to show that he is already ready in handling her daughter to the responsibilty of the man that she will be living for till their death. it's a traditional way or custom that the father
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I agree with a lot of the answers. I believe today it is a gesture from the father that he is now giving up his responsibility for his daughter and is entrusting her and the guy she
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so that is why.......i often wondered
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