What can my sister do for our wedding?

My future wife and I each have siblings. She has a brother and a sister and I have a brother and two sisters. Her sister and her brother are our maid of honor and best man. My sister and brother are the other bridesmaid and groomsman, but we have no other place for my other sister. This sister in question has a baby that we are thinking about incorporating (he'll be 3 months old when the wedding commences). What kind of job can we give her, and it can incoporate her son or not! N&M

Asked By: nv.the_name - 6/24/2010
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Why can't you have your sister as a bridesmaid? I could see if you had 6 sisters there not being room for everyone but you have only 2... More
Answered By: Kelly - 6/25/2010
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She could be a bridesmaid as well, it will just be odd numbered. Or she could always be an usher and her son could be the ring bear, but someone could carry him down the isle(your sister maybe?)
Answered By: Haley M - 6/24/2010
If you can, I would have her wear a bridesmaids dress but in another color that matches your wedding. (It looks great if you can find the identical dress that the maid of honor and other bridesmaid are wearing just in a separate color. I think that the aspect of a matching dress will help her feel like she is a... More
Answered By: Playing For Keeps - 6/24/2010
At 3 months, he may or may not even have head control yet. I would recommend that he be the ring bearer, but gets carried down the aisle by his mom (who wears a bridesmaid dress). Then she can sit down with him during the ceremony.
Answered By: politically correct - 6/25/2010
I agree that her son could be the ring bearer and she could carry him down the aisle, wearing a similar dress, and sit with the wedding party. That way both she and her son are included
Answered By: curvy girl - 6/25/2010
If you're having her son as the ring bearer, you can have her walk him down the aisle. Or you could always have her as another bridesmaid. Your bridal party doesn't have to be even. If you're having the groomsmen walk the bridesmaids down the aisle, you can just have the last guy walk two bridesmaids down the aisle... More
Answered By: Clyde - 6/26/2010
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