Where does the bride and groom stand during ceremony?
- The bride and groom stand at the altar in front of the Minister or Priest with the bride on the left and the groom on the right.
The groom traditionally stand on the right of the bride during the ceremony.
The groom stands to the right sideways to watch his bride come down the aisle and his Best Man stands beside him.
I was asked to stand up for the bride, do I stand up front or walk down the aile before the bride?
The chuppah is the canopy the bride and groom stand under during the public wedding ceremony. It's a symbol of their new home.
it's a wedding ceremony. The chuppah itself is what the bride and groom stand under, but most people call the ceremony itself a chuppah
Generally, if you are facing the altar of the church, the bride is on the left.
In general, on the right-hand side of the bride.
In a Jewish wedding the bride and the groom stand under a chuppah.
At a Jewish wedding the groom stands next to the bride, on her left; both of them facing Jerusalem.
They stand up next to the bride. The maid/matron of honor holds the bouquet for the bride, so she is closest to the bride.
Christian brides stand on the left of the groom, while Jewish brides stand on the right of the groom.
they stand on the side of their family and where the guests are seated
groom and bride stand next to each other when it is time to take their wedding vows
An honorary bridesmaid is listed on the program but does not stand near the bride during the ceremony.
In Westernized countries it is tradition that after the wedding ceremony and when the newly married couple are ready to enter the reception area the MC is to announce 'Please stand for Mr. & Mrs. ____.' The guests stand as the couple stand in the doorway of the reception area and clap. After dinner there can be a reception line (including the parents of the bride and groom and the wedding party) where guests can… Read More
the word is "Proxy"
The bride along with a flower girl (if there is one); maid of honor and bridesmaids all stand to the left of the groom; ring bearer (if there is one) best man and ushers.
At Christian weddings, the groom "magically" appears on the stage with no escort, and the bride is given away on the arm of her father, and their mothers and surviving grandparents sit in the audience. At Jewish weddings, BOTH parents escort BOTH bride and groom to the marriage canopy and their surviving grandparents can stand or sit in chairs on the stage. At Orthodox Jewish weddings, the groom is escorted by their fathers and the… Read More
A Huppa is the portable canopy under which the bride and groom stand during the wedding ceremony. Usage Notes: English Words used in KJV: chamber 1 closet 1 defence 1 [Total Count: 3] from (chaphah); a canopy :- chamber, closet, defence. -Strong's Talking Greek & Hebrew Dictionary
When introducing the bride and groom for their first dance say 'Ladies and Gentlemen, please stand and applaud for the first dance of Mr. & Mrs. John Doe.
That depends on how she was brought up. Christian brides stand on the left while Jewish brides stand on the right.
* No, the mother of the bride and the parents of the groom sit in the front pews closest to the bride and groom as the father of the bride will walk down the aisle with his daughter, side down with his wife, then will stand to give his daughter's hand in marriage and sit back down again. The groom and his best man are already standing at the right of the altar.
I believe that they would walk out as they were standing at the alter. The groom on the right (also where his family sits) an the bride on the left (also where her family sits). This is coming from the view at the door as you look at the alter.
The mother of the groom escorted by an usher followed by the father of the groom. The mother of the bride escorted by the head usher. The preacher leads in from the front the groom, best man and the groomsmen. The bridesmaids come in one by one and then there is a pause. The Preacher motions for everyone to stand. The bride enters escorted by the father of the bride. At the front of the… Read More
The best man and maid of honor only stand at the altar if it's a chapel wedding. In a traditional wedding the best man along with the groom and ushers stand to the right of the altar. Before the bride comes down the aisle (if there is a flower girl or ring bearer) they go first; then the bridesmaids; then the maid of honor and the bride comes down last holding onto her father's arm… Read More
No the guests stand when the bride enters and walks down the aisle then they sit once she reaches the alter. The guests sit down through the ceremony and stand once the couple are presented as Man and Wife and remain standing until the entire wedding party has exited the room. Unless this is a ceremony where nealing is a customary part of the ceremony.
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* I am a wedding officiant who has performed over 200 weddings in Maine. There are two answers to this question. If your groomsmen will be seating guests, bride & groom's mothers, grandmothers, etc., they walk down the aisle with the designated lady, lead her to her seat, and then follow the aisle to take his / their place near the groom (who is already standing at the alter with the officiant before the bridal… Read More
Long ago, the right arm was considered the sword arm of most fighting men. If a man had to protect his bride, he would hold her with his left hand, and fight off attackers with his right arm. The reason that men may have had to fight off others was because quite often women were kidnapped. Family members naturally wanted to rescue the stolen brides. Sometimes even during the wedding ceremony, the grooms had to… Read More
Coming down the aisle the father of the bridge bends his arm and she puts her right arm into his and once at the altar he lets his daughter stand across from the groom and then the father sits down on the the first pew to the left. That may be the case is the USA? In England or Australia you will see from Royal Wedding photos that the father of the bride stands on… Read More
* A Godfather can take the place of the bride's father (if the father is in hospital; nursing home or deceased or the bride requests her father not give her away.) The Godfather would then walk the bride down the aisle and lead her to the altar at which time the Godfather sits in the front pew along with the bride's mother or her closest relatives. When the Minister or Priest asks who gives the… Read More
To welcome guests it is called a 'Receiving line' and the bride; groom; parents of the bride and groom; maid of honor; bridesmaids; best man and ushers are also lined up in the Receiving Line. Guests file by and congratulate the happy couple. Most couples simply have the MC thank everyone for coming or the bride and groom can stand up and thank everyone for coming (naming those that had to take a long trip… Read More
Jews stand under a special canopy and the groom steps on a wine glass after the ceremony. Answer: The Orthodox wedding has four parts. The first two parts are under the Chuppah (wedding canopy). Before the ceremony gets underway, the two families meet and agree upon tanaim (what their respective financial support to the couple will be). This may take place at any time before the wedding. Just prior to the chuppah, the groom, led… Read More
Here are the steps to a typical Hindu wedding. The rituals are usually embedded in the preparations and ceremony of wedding. Step1 Arrange the proposal so that the whole family feels included in the event. In this way, you will receive approval from elders, and the family will also be able to determine whether they think you and your partner are compatible for marriage. Step2 Check with an astrologer to match your horoscopes and determine… Read More
I only know of Judaism doing this: 1. BOTH parents escort the groom 2. BOTH parents escort the bride 3. ALL brothers and sisters take part in the wedding party 4. Grandparents - even great-grandparents - can either stand onstage or sit onstage in chairs
That the bride and groom are in two different places, using a stand-in for the one who is elsewhere (the proxy), but are still getting married to each other. See related link.
The Rabbi reads the Ketubah (wedding vows) as the bride and groom stand under the wedding canopy (Chuppah) in the presence of the guests. Then he says seven blessings over a cup of wine, and the groom places a ring on the bride's finger and ceremoniously declares that he is betrothing her.
different religions have different ways of doing this In Jewish Weddings The Rabbi and/or cantor Grandparents of the bride, who are then seated in the first row Grandparents of the groom, who are then seated in the first row Groomsmen, walking in pairs Best man The groom, who is escorted by his parents. Bridesmaids Maid or Matron of Honor Ring bearer and/or flower girl The bride, escorted by her parents Catholic Weddings The priest, groom… Read More
If as a bride your brother is standing up on the grooms side should you have their fiance stand up on the brides?
With your brother being Best Man to the groom and if his fiance is not in the wedding then she should sit in a pew on the side of the brides (left hand side.) If she is in the wedding party then she would be to the left of the bride at the altar.
Along with music the bride will sit on a chair; lift her dress up just above her knee and the groom will slowly take the garter off her leg. Once the groom has the garter all the single young men stand behind him and the groom throws it out to them. The single young man that catches the garter is suppose to be the one that will be getting married next.
Grandparents Mother's of the Bride (usually escorted by groomsmen) Then priest, groom and best man stand at the alter together (they do not walk in). Groomsmen, one at a time Bridesmaids, one at a time Maid of Honor Ring Bearer Flower Girl Bride and Father
You do not introduce the groom at the church. He will come out to the right with his best man and ushers behind them and stand by the altar When the bride and groom have been married and enter the reception hall they are introduced by the Master of Ceremonies (MC) as 'Mr. & Mrs.' At the reception there could be a reception line so guests can congratulate the married couple. If you get into… Read More
How many different ways can eight people be lined up for a wedding picture if the bride and groom must be in the center?
The 6 people around the couple can line up in (6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1) = 720 ways. For each of those . . . -- The bride and groom can stand in the middle in 2 different ways. Total possible ways to arrange all 8 people with bride & groom in the middle = 720 x 2 = 1,440 ways. ======================== You didn't make it clear whether… Read More
Derives from War photography. Taking photos of the action as it unfolds on the day as opposed to the traditional, stand there look at the camera, smile. Or simply put... taking photos when the bride and Groom are not looking
People in the church stand when the bride walks down the aisle as a sign of respect to the young bride.
If you are facing the wedding party, from the audience, the groom and his men are on the right and the bride and her maids are on the left. Although, I've seen it the other way, too. I think it's really just whatever you prefer.
That truly does depend on what kind of wedding it is. Very formal in a church with a reception? Red is probably not a good idea. Why? Because red tends to get you excited, for one, and for two, you don't want to stand out that much (the bride and groom are in the spotlight!). But if you are a close relative or friend to the bride or groom and it is a casual party… Read More
The Maid of Honor (Matron of Honor if married) is like a 'maid in waiting' and is to tend to the bride's wishes by helping her out. Here are her duties: Go with the bride to choose her wedding dress (mother may be present) and help her get in and out of wedding dresses. Once the bride to be has picked out her wedding dress then the Maid of Honor should attend all fittings of… Read More
When walking in, the bride will stand on the left. The bridesmaids will also stand on the left and the bride's family and friends will also sit on the left.