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Expert Advice from wedding guru, Sharon Naylor

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Sharon Naylor

Sharon Naylor is the author of over 35 wedding planning books and a frequent guest expert on Get Married with Colin Cowie, Good Morning America, and other top shows. Recently featured in such magazines as Martha Stewart Wedding, InStyle Weddings, Brides, Modern Bride and Southern Bride, she is the iVillage Weddings expert and host of "Here Come the Moms" at Wedding Podcast Network.

She lives in Morristown NJ with her husband Joe, and loved using Wedding Mapper for her own April '08 wedding.

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Hi, how would you substitue the ring boy and flower girl? We are having a small destination wedding and we don't think any of our guests have young enough member for those parts. will it be incorrect if i walk down the isle with out them.

thanks

Answer:

Hi!


Yes, it's perfectly fine to skip the flowergirl and ringbearer if you don't have a natural 'fit' for them. Your best man and maid of honor can hold the rings for you (which they usually do anyway at weddings, while the ringbearer more safely has dummy rings attached to the ring pillow!)

You'll be just fine without child members of your bridal party!

If I can help with anything else, just let me know!


Sharon Naylor

www.sharonnaylor.net


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