walk down the aisle

While you're worrying about sinking your heels into the grass, tripping over your cathedral-length veil, or your tears washing your mascara down your face as you walk down the aisle, your father is having his own internal dialogue.
Gina Giaffoglione used to be a gymnast, but she became paralyzed from the waist down six years ago after a car crash. When her boyfriend proposed in 2012 she was determined to walk down the aisle at her wedding, but not just for her. She says she did it for dad.
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Six months before Sullivan got engaged, her father Walter died unexpectedly of a heart attack. "We lost him in October of
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Tradition dictates that it's the bride's father who walks her down aisle during the wedding ceremony. But what if you don't
Most weddings consist of a ceremony and a party that are chock-full-of traditions -- the walk down the aisle, the garter
Brides are often afraid of crying, tripping, shaking and losing their ground as they walk down the aisle. It is important to get a grip on anxiety so that it does not get a grip on you on your big day.