A 5 year anniversary is a great time for couples to spend together as one big family. The tradition of exchanging rings has been around for centuries but the most popular time for couples to get married is when they are in their forties, fifties, and sixties.
When you get married in a church, the priest or pastor normally presides over the ceremony and then makes the traditional ring bearer. The ring bearer is usually the son of the bride's father, who is usually called a groom's pallbearer. When the bride gives birth to her first child, the father of the bride's father is named the ring bearer in the order of marriage.
Traditionally, the bridal and groom would exchange their rings at the beginning of the ceremony as well. The bride then presents her husband's ring to his ring bearer, and he would put it on his finger. The ring bearer would then carry the ring on to the groom's side and place it in his ring finger. The ring bearer is usually the best man and the groom's brother, who have been best friends for years.
If the bride and groom get married before their children come along, the ring bearer is usually the best friend of the groom's children. Usually, the ring bearer has been invited to share the good fortune that the wedding brings along with the good news that the children will soon be born. The ring bearer does not have to do anything at all except stand there and take a bow. This is often how children are introduced to the ring bearer.
One thing that is always important about the ring bearer is that they are always dressed appropriately for the occasion. When the ring bearer is being introduced to the groom, he should be dressed formally in a suit and tie. As the ring bearer and the groom get older, they can dress up a little more and don't necessarily need to dress so formally anymore. The ring bearer is also supposed to keep his own ring because it will be the family heirloom that is passed down through generations.
Once the ring bearer is on stage, he or she should ask if everyone had fun. If it was, the ring bearer should then give the groom a kiss. This is another tradition that is often passed down from generations that was actually meant to make the groom feel special. After kissing the bride and groom, the ring bearer should throw the ring back to the groom and say thank you and then say that he loves him.