What Should You Do if You Want Both of Your Divorced Parents to Walk You Down the Aisle?

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Few moments are as emotional and touchy as the moment you walk down the aisle and make the first step towards a whole new life – that of being a married woman. Considering the importance of this moment, you will surely want the most important people in your life to be there for you.

But what should you do if you want both of your divorced parents to walk you down the aisle? We have gathered some tips to help you with this – so read on if you want to find out more.

  • It is more than likely that your parents will want to keep you happy. After all, you are their baby daughter and this is your Big Day – so they will be more than willing to do anything to make sure you are happy on your wedding day.
  • Make sure you give them enough time to think of this, though. Discuss things with them and emphasize how important it is for you that both of them walk you down the aisle. As long as they have enough time to think things through and get used to the idea, they will probably be more than OK with your idea.
  • If your parents cannot stand being close to one another, be prepared to face a “no” as well. Reiterate how important this would be for you, but don’t insist. After all, you want them to be happy too, right?

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