If you want to honor both of your parents when you walk down the aisle, take a page out of Susan and Jana’s book: have both sets of parents (or any of your important people) walk you down the aisle. This concept may not be new to those familiar with Jewish weddings, but here’s how Susan and Jana did it:
Because we both have supportive parental units and don’t care to be “given away,” we opted to be walked down the aisle by both our mothers and fathers. This was one of the things we hemmed and hawed about the most but it turned out to be the right solution to the problem.
You never have to have anyone walk you down the aisle, but this was a pretty sweet way to share the moment with those you love most. Bonus: ultra cute photo opportunity! Head over to see more from Susan and Jana’s barn dance wedding in the Catskills.
Yeah, you can walk down the aisle with both parents… but what if you and your fiance walk down the aisle with both sets of parents?