Three Tiny Flower Girls Steal The Spotlight As They Announce 'The Bride Is Coming'
  • Little girls dream of their wedding day with visions of flouncy dresses, bouquets of flowers and delicious cake floating through their minds. Many wee ones even roleplay their wedding day, forcing friends or even a dog to serve as the groom.

    They’re not picky! They just want to stroll down the aisle, all eyes glued on them as they make their big entrance into the sanctuary.

    Traditionally, as soon as wedding guests hear the familiar strains of popular bridal entrance songs, they rise to their feet and turn to catch a glimpse of the gorgeous bride decked out in her fabulous gown.

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    The very soothing and beautiful “Canon in D” (J. Pachelbel), “The Bridal Chorus” from Lohengrin (R. Wagner) that’s the pipe organ solo some have paired the words “Here comes the bride, all dressed in white…,” the peppy and upbeat “Allegro Maestoso” from Water Music (G.F. Handel) and the strong and lively “Rondeau” (J.J. Mouret) are the most commonly used bridal entrance songs.

    One bride envisioned a much different entrance to her wedding than what’s traditionally done that has garnered hundreds of thousands of views and it’s no surprise why!

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    The flamboyant and absolutely precious bridal entrance she planned drew immediate smiles to the faces of all of the guests gathered in the sanctuary. Three simply stunning little girls were standing in the narthex, preparing to enter the sanctuary and make their big announcement.

    The dresses they were wearing were fantastic with plenty of poof in pale pink. Their hair was swooped into a stylish up-do, flowers adorning the side.

    They were kept corraled by a few women, but suddenly, the loud clanging of a bell can be heard. One of the women helped the little girls count off the chimes while another girl sucked on the ribbon tied to her wrist.

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    It’s difficult to tell what’s attached to the ribbons around their wrists, but once the bells stop sounding, everyone can hear the tinkling noise they make as they begin exuberantly walking together down the aisle, shaking their wrists.

    These little ladies start shouting “the bride is coming, the bride is coming” over and over as they beamed and giggled their way to the front of the church. Even the elderly pastor and the wedding party positioned up front couldn’t hold back their grins as they watched the girls traipse their way toward them.

    The groom chuckled and a couple of bridesmaids smiled sweetly at the little angels. As they mounted the stairs, one lost her balance and tumbled, laughably sticking her bum in the air as she tries to regain her footing up front.

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    YouTube user Linda B gushed over the girls.

    “OMG they are just too cute. Smiles on everyone’s faces. You can’t help it.”

    Ruby Stewart shared how sweet they looked.

    “Cutest thing I’ve seen in a long time!”

    Laurie Dolan commented about how the “dresses were perfect.”

    These darlings have made quite an entrance themselves as they announced the impending arrival of the bride. See for yourself how perfectly planned this was!

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    Little girls dream of their wedding day with visions of flouncy dresses, bouquets of flowers and delicious cake floating through their minds. Many wee ones even roleplay their wedding day, forcing friends or even a dog to serve as the groom.

    They’re not picky! They just want to stroll down the aisle, all eyes glued on them as they make their big entrance into the sanctuary.

    Traditionally, as soon as wedding guests hear the familiar strains of popular bridal entrance songs, they rise to their feet and turn to catch a glimpse of the gorgeous bride decked out in her fabulous gown.

    YouTube/hpbarton Source: YouTube/hpbarton


    The very soothing and beautiful “Canon in D” (J. Pachelbel), “The Bridal Chorus” from Lohengrin (R. Wagner) that’s the pipe organ solo some have paired the words “Here comes the bride, all dressed in white…,” the peppy and upbeat “Allegro Maestoso” from Water Music (G.F. Handel) and the strong and lively “Rondeau” (J.J. Mouret) are the most commonly used bridal entrance songs.

    One bride envisioned a much different entrance to her wedding than what’s traditionally done that has garnered hundreds of thousands of views and it’s no surprise why!

    hpbarton Source: hpbarton


    The flamboyant and absolutely precious bridal entrance she planned drew immediate smiles to the faces of all of the guests gathered in the sanctuary. Three simply stunning little girls were standing in the narthex, preparing to enter the sanctuary and make their big announcement.

    The dresses they were wearing were fantastic with plenty of poof in pale pink. Their hair was swooped into a stylish up-do, flowers adorning the side.

    They were kept corraled by a few women, but suddenly, the loud clanging of a bell can be heard. One of the women helped the little girls count off the chimes while another girl sucked on the ribbon tied to her wrist.

    YouTube/hpbarton Source: YouTube/hpbarton


    It’s difficult to tell what’s attached to the ribbons around their wrists, but once the bells stop sounding, everyone can hear the tinkling noise they make as they begin exuberantly walking together down the aisle, shaking their wrists.

    These little ladies start shouting “the bride is coming, the bride is coming” over and over as they beamed and giggled their way to the front of the church. Even the elderly pastor and the wedding party positioned up front couldn’t hold back their grins as they watched the girls traipse their way toward them.

    The groom chuckled and a couple of bridesmaids smiled sweetly at the little angels. As they mounted the stairs, one lost her balance and tumbled, laughably sticking her bum in the air as she tries to regain her footing up front.

    YouTube/hpbarton Source: YouTube/hpbarton


    YouTube user Linda B gushed over the girls.

    “OMG they are just too cute. Smiles on everyone’s faces. You can’t help it.”

    Ruby Stewart shared how sweet they looked.

    “Cutest thing I’ve seen in a long time!”

    Laurie Dolan commented about how the “dresses were perfect.”

    These darlings have made quite an entrance themselves as they announced the impending arrival of the bride. See for yourself how perfectly planned this was!

    Please SHARE this with your friends and family.




    Source: YouTube/HP Barton


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