RC â Fri, March 15th
My sister in laws fiancĂ© is Irish so for their wedding all the guys who are in the wedding are going to be wearing kilts. My boys are the ring boys and they are refusing to wear the kilts so we got them tuxedo pants and they are still refusing đ©đ© it's either tight or too long (so they say) I'm thinking about bribing them with something lol any ideas?
Amanda O 5 likes
Tell them they can change as soon as the ceremony is over.
Mommy And M 7 likes
Lol this wedding just gets better and better. You just post pics
Yusimi V 3 likes
Mommy And Momma my thoughts exactly lol
JVP 5 likes
RC â€ïž we had our kids change right after! Immediatley into comfy clothes!! It worked.
RC â 2 likes
Yusimi VM Mommy And Momma lol đ I will definitely post pictures
J. L 3 likes
Tell them they can change immediately after and if they leave their kilts or pants on they'll get a big lollipop! đ
RC â 3 likes
J. Lynne lollipop is a great idea!
J. L 0 likes
My daughter was the flower girl in a wedding in California when she was 2. It was an outdoor wedding & It was a long walk! Thankfully she was walking with the ring bearer, but I told her if she stayed with him she would get a lollipop at the end. Worked like a charm! I got her one of those spiral long ones.
Ashley M 0 likes
When I was six, I was the flower girl in my uncles wedding. I have always hated dresses, even as a kid. So someone had to bribe me with $20 to get me in the dress. (this was 1996, so $20 was a lot of money) there is a photo of me standing on the altar with the bridal party gleefully clutching that crisp $20 in my hand. My uncle still has it framed hanging on his wall over 20 years later! đ
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