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childrenIt's never tacky to include your children in your wedding, no matter how traditional an affair it is.  Children could stand up as junior attendants, or you could have them read something during the ceremony; they could even escort you down the aisle, symbolically giving you and your fiancÚ their blessing.  No matter how you decide to involve them in the ceremony, consider making a special exchange of vows, or have your new husband say a family prayer or give a reading — right after you exchange marriage vows — in which he promises to love and care for you and them, thereby reinforcing your new family ties.

Ages 9 and above:
Children in this age group can be included in your wedding as junior ushers, bridesmaids or groomsmen.  Young boys or men can pretty much handle the same tasks as older ones, i.e., seating guests or helping people down the aisle.  Young gals can wear a less sexy version of your bridesmaid's dress, and can walk down the aisle as a junior member of the bride's squad.

Ages 4 to 8:
Typically, there are only a few things a child this age can do, the most befitting of which is to be a flower child.  Have these little ones walk, crawl or skip down the aisle, while scattering flower petals as they go.  Be sure that the children's parents are seated far enough down the aisle so that they can wave their children in.

At this age, boys make good ring bearers.  These little ones don't usually tote the actual rings; instead, those are held by the best man or the honor attendants.

But children between the ages of four and eight don't need to fit the flower child or ring bearer mold. Bored of blossoms?  Your littlest attendant could carry a lantern, a Bible, a basket of candy, a photo of a special relative you're remembering, arrangements for the altar or even a favorite toy.

Ages 6 to 9:
Pages/Train Bearers: You can have two children follow the bride down the aisle, while holding her train.

How else can your kids participate?  They can:

  • Escort you down the aisle and "give you away."
  • Read a poem, a biblical verse or a prose piece.
  • Sing a song; play the guitar; or accompany a singer on the banjo, guitar or violin, or by tap dancing.
  • Create the wedding program.
  • Decorate the getaway car.
  • Pass out candles, flower petals or birdseed.

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