Weddings have different types of elements in them that are timeless. Just like the walk down the isle, toasts to the couple, the altar or any other thing, ‘flower girls’ are a very highlighted piece of the event. Usually small girls are given this opportunity to welcome the bride with a touch of sweetness. But this article is about a couple who made their ‘flower girls’ to go viral all over the world.

This wedding was an adorable one, thanks to not 1, not 2, but 4 grandmas who stepped in as co-flower girls! How cool is that? The Bride, Lyndsey Raby knew her big day wouldn’t be complete without these cherished ladies by her side. Scroll down to check the awesome story about them below!

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In the lineup above starting from the left, are the bride’s great-grandma at 90 (Kathleen Brown), the groom’s grandma at (Joyce Raby), the bride’s grandma at 76 (Wanda Grant), and the bride’s grandma; 72-year-old Betty Brown. This team must have been a sight to see!

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When the Bride asked her grandmas to be flower girls, they were very excited to take up the gig. It’s not every day you get to sprinkle petals at your granddaughter’s wedding! Photographer Natalie Caho captured the magic and shared the images on social media, turning heads and stealing hearts with the sweet story.

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The wedding took place in Benton, Tennessee, where the couple got married surrounded by love and flowers. While Lyndsey and Tanner stole the show in their wedding attire, their grandmas were right beside them stealing every heart at the event.

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Now that their story has gone viral, Lyndsey hopes it inspires other couples to include their grandparents in their special day. After all, weddings are all about celebrating family and creating memories that last a lifetime. Let us know what you think about this in the comments section below.

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