Customs and Traditions

Help!

If the bride has 3 brothers, and the groom has 2 brothers..should all of them be in the groomsmen party? the ages are 15 19 24 for the brides, and 21 24 for the grooms...

Re: Help!

  • It can be done either way. I understand what pp is saying, but we did not do things like that for our wedding.

    My husband has one sister and I asked her to stand up on my side. I have no brothers, so it wasn't an issue of my husband asking any to be GM. And it wasn't a big deal for me to ask H's sister to stand on my side bc we get along great anyway.
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  • edited September 2010
    It's completely up to the Groom IMO. I think Bride and Groom can choose together, that's what FI and I did. We chose people we were both close to because it helped us fine-tune our WP, but it really depends on the situation, and I ultimately left it up to FI. There's no MUST haves.
  • My brother stood up on my side.  I think attendants should stand with the person with whom they share the closest relationship, not the most similar anatomy.
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  • My FI chose his own men.. I have a brother and we decided he would be a usher.. he didnt care anyway.. he hates tuxes LOL

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