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Response: Double weddings are rare, so pictures are difficult to find. The issue that will impact how you stand is the amount of space available in the ceremony area. For instance, if you are getting married in a church, there may be only limited space available for two couples and attendants. However, if you are getting married outside, you might have unlimited space. You and your fiance and the other couple may want to visit the ceremony site and practice walking in and placing yourselves. It will be helpful to do this before the rehearsal so that you know what you want to do.

Both couples will stand side-by-side in front of the officiant. The couple that enters first will need to decide whether they will stand to the lefr or right. If you and the other bride are sisters and will be walked in at the same time by your father, then the one who takes his right arm will stand to the right, etc.

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