Where Does The Ring Bearer Stand?

What is the order of events in a wedding ceremony?

Traditional WeddingThe Processional.

First off, the processional.

Words of Welcome.

Once everyone is in place, the officiant will say a few words of welcome.

Opening Remarks and Introduction.

Next, the officiant will offer an introduction and some thoughts on marriage.


Officiant Addresses Couple.

Exchange Vows.

Ring Exchange.

The Kiss.More items…•.

Who does the ring bearer give the rings too?

However, they do have one very important responsibility: delivering the rings. If the ring bearer is old enough to walk on his own, he should head down the aisle after the wedding party and deliver the rings to the best man or wedding officiant.

What is the average age of a ring bearer?

Typically the age range most appropriate for a ring bearer or flower girl falls between ages 4 to 10 years old.

Do you wear your engagement ring on your wedding day?

Don’t Wear It If you don’t want to worry about your engagement ring during the ceremony, recruit a trusted bridesmaid or family member to hold onto it during your ceremony. Some brides may prefer to stow it somewhere safe, like a locked box, instead.

Do ring bearer actually carry the rings?

The Ring Bearer Carries Fake Rings Put fake rings on the ring bearer pillow or box. This way if disaster strikes and the little tyke loses the rings there is no real harm done. Instead, the best man or the maid of honor can carry the real rings.

What do ring bearers carry down the aisle?

The ring bearer, traditionally a small boy aged four to eight, walks down the aisle just before the flower girl (if there is one), carrying a pillow with two rings tied to it. Since it’s not the greatest idea to entrust gold rings to a rambunctious 6-year-old, the rings are usually fakes.