Are you someone that wants to have things be even in life!?!
I notice this in my life…often.
For instance, when I turn the tv volume on, it is always set to an even number…40 (not 41 or 39).
Things around us instill an even number.
… 10 fingers and 10 toes
… Total digits in the number system is 10.
… We know immediately that a product named WD-40 is reliable, but a product called WD-39 is confusing
So when it comes to picking your wedding party, we have a tendency to want them to be even or at least have them be even on both sides.
4 Bridesmaids and 4 Groomsmen, not 3 Bridesmaids and 4 Groomsmen
Does that make you cringe, just hearing that?
Well, there are options when it comes to an uneven wedding party. I share it all in this video for you.
Hi there, Carissa Kruse here. I am going to talk to you today about uneven bridal parties. So I know, in this world, there’s not always, the equal number of girls that you want and the equal number of guys, and you feel that you’re trapped and you’re like, “Hey, I need to add one more girl to my side because it’s not even. Don’t do that, just do you. That’s one of my biggest things that I instill into my brides is just do you. So we’ll figure it out. We’ll make it work.
With an uneven bridal party, I’m going to use four and three, for instance.
Maybe you have four girls, three guys. One suggestion that I have is you can, and the biggest thing for this is, walking down the aisle is really the only biggest piece that people run into on why they think it needs to be even. One thing is that you can have, just the guys and the girls walk in individually instead of side by side.You can have maybe all the guys, singly walk in and then you have all the girls singly walk in. That’s one. option.
Option number two is you can have one guy walk with two girls. So that’s always an option as well. And that’s usually the last one would be the kind of the two.
And then the other option I’ve seen too, is that you can have them come in from the sides, depending on your venue. If you have them come in from your sides, then they’re not really walking down the aisle, they just filter in towards the ceremony side.
There’s a couple of different options, but there’s definitely ways around that. So don’t feel like you have to do that. So just wanted to give you a little insight on some thoughts on that and what you can do if you’re experiencing that uneven bridal party and how to get around that. So anyways, till next time, bye.
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