The wedding day has come for my two-year old grandson to become the ring-bearer.
His parents and grandparents (including me) had mixed emotions about having him participate in this formal event. We were so apprehensive because being the youngest member of his uncle’s wedding entourage, he is so unpredictable. At the same time, we were somehow excited and anxious because typically, together with the little flower girl, these little kids will certainly become one of the highlights of the party. The flower girl will gonna wear beautiful dress with a basket of flower petals to be scattered on the aisle while the ring bearer will wear a little version of the groom’s attire. Surely, they will look absolutely adorable.
I know for sure that the younger the kids are, the higher the risk of a crisis will be. Normally, being too young for their roles, they still lack the full skill to communicate what they need and feel. So anytime they might feel reluctant to walk down the aisle and if forced to do so, they will scream.
As a little helper, on the wedding day, we were so glad to see my grandson down the aisle as he hold the pillow with the two classy Dome-style ceramic rings at LSPceramics.com ( LSPceramics.com offers many styles to choose from ) towards the altar.
He never showed any resistance and he looked so glad to be in his formal attire. Know what? He slept with his attire on without wanting to remove it not until he was to take a bath the next morning.
This was how Eulo behaved during his first “role” as a ring bearer– he was so adorable!