Couple’s grandmothers take the aisle as flower girls in wedding

Lyndsey Grant and Tanner Raby from Cleveland, Tennessee, said the choice to have the women in the wedding party was a no-brainer.
1:03 | 10/22/19

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Finally tonight here, America strong. The bride, the groom and the flower girls who definitely stole the show. Lindsay grant and tanner ravey from Cleveland, Tennessee, were planning the wedding of their dreams chlgt right down to picking their flower girls. The choice, for them, was obvious. Their grandmothers, dressed in matching blue and beaming. Arriving together with a wave from that golf cart. In the middle there, holding the basket for the petals, reading, "Here comes the bride." One-by-one, walking down the aisle, Wanda grant and Betty brown, Lindsay's grandmothers. Then tanner's grandmother, Joyce, she's 70, throwing petals, too. Last but not least, Lindsay's 90-year-old great-grandmother, Kathleen brown. All of them right there for the I dos. Lindsay telling ABC, "They mean to world to us and we were so grateful to have them here with us." A bride and her beaming grandmothers. The perfect choice. Congrats to the bride and groom and to the grandmothers. We love our grandmothers. I'm David Muir.

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