Young boys (or girls) aged six through nine who carry the bride's extra-long train (think of Lady Di's wedding) as she walks down the aisle. Also known as "train bearers."
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These are small children (usually boys) who follow the bride down the aisle carrying some of her train. They can also be known as train bearers. (See Train).