Should Her Sister Walk Her Down The Aisle Despite Her Fiancé and Future In-Laws’ Objections?

Her older half-sister raised the original poster (OP). She never met her dad; their mom OD’d when she was 10, and her sister was 19.

When she got engaged, the OP told her sister that besides being her maid of honor (MOH), she also wanted her to be the one to walk her down the aisle.

All her life, her sister fulfilled many roles for her — big sister, mother, father — and OP thought it felt right that those multiple roles would be honored on one of the biggest days of her life.

Her sister said she didn’t mind being the MOH and didn’t want to turn my happy day into something stressful. OP doesn’t want to concede to her fiancé or parents.

The Masses Weigh In

One Redditor suggested that her father-in-law walk the groom down the aisle and stay with him at the front of the church while the sister walked the OP down the aisle.

The Masses Weigh In

When everyone is up at the front, his father and her sister can place the bride’s right hand into the groom’s left hand, signifying a new union.

The Masses Weigh In

And this Redditor added, “Or….the fiancé can get off his high horse and understand that his bride gets to choose who walks her down the aisle, and the in-laws get no opinion here.”

The Masses Weigh In

Another said, ”Seriously, a bride putting herself first on her own wedding day? If you can’t put yourself first on this day, then when can you?"

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