February 1, 2024

Who Walks Down the Aisle at a Gay Wedding?

Traditionally, the bride is escorted down the aisle by her father and she waits for her groom at the end of the aisle. It’s a beautiful and moving tradition that many same-sex couples choose to keep, but there are also some that prefer to enter the ceremony together. Entering side by side is a lovely way to send the message that you and your partner are equals and starting this new chapter of life together as a team.

Many gay couples have mixed-sex wedding parties and this can make things a little tricky when it comes to choosing who walks down the aisle first. However, it’s important not to let the fear of offending anyone else guide your decision and you can always rely on a person of mutual importance to be there for you.

It’s also worth remembering that you don’t have to follow the traditional male and female roles when it comes to who stands to your right or left at the altar either - it’s all about what works best for you as a couple!

Whether you opt to stay completely with the traditions or create some of your own, there’s no doubt that you’ll have an absolutely stunning and meaningful ceremony. Just don’t let a few well-intentioned friends and family members get you bogged down with unnecessary pressure about what should or shouldn’t be done on your big day. Be true to yourself and you’ll have a ceremony that reflects the love that you share with your partner.


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