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The bride is asking 4 my grandmother to be flower girls for the wedding, “She was more excited than my bridesmaids’

According to the bride, the daughter, was “ecstatic” to be part of the wedding party.
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When a Tennessee couple is required for a flower girl for their wedding, they knew that the women ask.

Newlyweds Lyndsey and, If Raby was decided that the day would be even better if they had four of their respective grandmothers and great-grandmothers and the work they do, is usually reserved for a child.

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“I knew that when I was working on, I wanted to involve my grandmother,” the bride said to the huffington post. “I was so blessed to have all of them, so I wanted them to be involved, too.”

The flower women will, that Tanner’s grandmother, Joyce Raby, 70; Lyndsey and the two grandmothers, Betty Brown, 72, and the Resumption of a Grant, 76, and her 90-year-old great-grandmother, Kathleen Brown.

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According to Raby, the little girl was “ecstatic” to be part of the wedding celebration in Ocoee People in Benton, on Sept. 22. “It seems to me that she was more excited than my bridesmaids,” she said.

A wedding photographer is As Caho, shared a photo on Instagram of the four women, wearing matching blue lace dress, that comes in around the happy bride to be.

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“I’ve seen a lot of adorable flower girls in my day, but all four of these girls take the cake,” said Caho.

“Most of the girls are lucky to even have a grandma to be present,” Caho tells the huffington post. “The fact that [Lyndsey] the mother of four, was a big deal that she wanted to enjoy it.”

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Raby said everyone is lucky enough to get to see their grandparents, to be present at the marriage must ask them to be a part of the ceremony.

“It means a lot to them, and it’s going to be so much more for you,” she said.

This article was originally published in the New York Post.

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