ring bearer

noun

: the person who holds the rings until they are needed at a wedding

Examples of ring bearer in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web She recently got married — Jonathan was the officiant and Daniel was the ring bearer. Devon Ivie, Vulture, 2 May 2024 Jesse’s family and cultural touchstones were honored in other ways; his toddler nephew and best friend’s daughter served as ring bearer and flower girl, and during the reception, the couple were lifted up above the crowd for a Jewish horah. Kaitlin Menza, Condé Nast Traveler, 24 Apr. 2023 Their ring bearer took a nap before the ceremony While Kardashian's sisters served as her bridesmaids, her nephew Mason Disick — Kourtney and Disick's older son — acted as the ring bearer. Nicole Briese, Peoplemag, 24 May 2024 Radcliffe served as the ring bearer for Mendez’s wedding to fellow actor J. Alex Brinson on April 22 in New York, N.Y., while Groff was the officiant. Lexi Carson, Variety, 18 May 2024 Of course, a ring bearer doesn’t necessarily have to be a young child. Shelby Wax, Vogue, 7 May 2024 The Harry Potter star, 34, served as ring bearer while Groff, 39, was officiant. Erin Clack, Peoplemag, 5 May 2024 Rachel’s young nephew and ring bearer greeted everyone joyfully while walking down the aisle at the start of the ceremony. Alexandra MacOn, Vogue, 26 Apr. 2024 His sister, Kate, was on hand with her then-husband Chris Robinson, and their son, Ryder Robinson, was the ring bearer. Effie Orfanides, Peoplemag, 27 Mar. 2024

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“Ring bearer.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ring%20bearer. Accessed 20 Jun. 2024.

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