I am thinking of asking my father-in-law-to-be to play a part in our wedding. He has no daughters of his own, only 3 sons. I wondered if it would be odd to ask him to walk me halfway down the aisle to then pass me to my Dad to walk the rest of the way. What do people think? Is this strange? Many Thanks xx
Jane Blythe - Personally I feel there should only be one man who has that honour and that's your dad if he has been in your life and brought you up how about asking your father inlaw to walk you to your husband for your first dance good luck have a wonderful day
Carole Robertson - There's only one man to do the job of walking you up the aisle & that's your dad. Personally I'd feel strange asking someone else to do that. As for asking fil to pay, don't ask see if he offers, it's rude to ask & assume he's paying for certain aspects.
Rach Alltimes - It's a very sweet idea but I can't imagine how your dad will feel about it. I personally wouldn't have anyone other than my dad to walk me down the aisle, he's the man who has raised me, I wouldn't ask him to share that with anyone else... well except maybe my mum! Xx
Rachael Simon Morris - I would find it strange to have him walk you down the aisle if you already have a dad to do it. My H2b offered his dad to walk me down the aisle before I decided to ask my brother. But it's nice that you want to involve him. Maybe ask him to be a witness or read something. Mine is helping with decoration, he has marbling kit and did 3 letters in our wedding colours as an example and said if we liked it he would do our names.
Sammi Mehers - Personally there was only ever going to be my dad walking me down the aisle, we had my father in law announce us into the room for the wedding breakfast xxx