So you think all you need to know about Ring Bearers is - how to choose one, to getting him ready to do a great job, and finding an adorable outfit or suit..Maybe! The ringbear let's define he or she job?
Depending on the location, religion, and style of the wedding, the wedding party may include only the individual people that are marrying, or it may include one or more brides, grooms (or bridegrooms), persons of honor, bridespersons, best man, groomsmen, flower girls, and ringbearers.
The ringbearer is the cutie pie that holds the ring usually a small boy, sometimes a little girl, who walks down the aisle as part of the bridal procession carrying an ornamental cushion with ring fastened to cushion. The ringbearer does not necessarily have to carry a cushion, the bride can be creative. I had my nephew holding a long stem silver rose that open up on the top. Ok! so here is the scenerio you have two little men that you want to use. If you are having trouble choosing between the two ring bearers, there's no reason why you can't have them both. Give them each a ring to carry and send them down the aisle together. Some ringbearers seem to have nervousness on the day of nuptials, I would recommend seating his parents on the aisle, near the front so that he can see them when he walks down the aisle and during the ceremony itself, which gives him assurance of knowing once I reach my parents this is all over...LOL. What should they wear? Some people love the look of "mini-groomsmen" where the ring bearer wears a tiny tuxedo matching the groomsmen. I had my ringbearer matching my husband he was so cute. Whom ever you choose, have fun with it do your wedding in your style and just remember some of the tips listed." Hagoonea" - goodbye in Navajo Indian.