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  • I have heard of other people using their dogs in place of a ring-bearer.

    Dogs With Jobs

  • I mean, given the Han Solo & Leia topper, I was wondering if Chewie was the ring-bearer or something.

    Big Day, Big Wrecks

  • You mean, because I spent twelve hours and two grand to get here on a holiday weekend, only to be seated for dinner with the ring-bearer, your closeted cousin, and the secretary from your dad's old work?

    Taii K. Austin: Your Wedding Was Awesome

  • Neither do I know if the said ring-bearer be the one woman whom thou needest.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • The bride looked amazing, the groom was dashing, and the ring-bearer was bored by it all, bless his little heart.

    July 4th, 2005

  • It'll take years to train Ferris to be a ring-bearer.

    I'm going to have a new sister!

  • “It was so cool,” said Gabriel, thirteen, who served as the ring-bearer, after standing in line overnight with his parents.

    Why Marriage Matters

  • The way he stood with it reminded me of when he was four, in blue satin shorts and a white satin tuxedo shirt, the ring-bearer at the wedding of one of Ann Benedetto's godchildren.

    Black and Blue

  • She and Anthony have been engaged for five years; they have a three-year-old son, who was the ring-bearer.

    Gothamist

  • Underwood joked about her potentially unreliable ring-bearer.

    From Inside the Box

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