So my sister is getting married and she wants 4 bridesmaids but she only has 3. She doesn't know of anyone else that's really important to give her the 4th position except for my little cousin which is only 10 years old. But she's really tall and looks way older than 10. She look about 14 years old. Do you think it would be OK to put her in there or would it be weird. I'm one of the bridesmaids and I'm 17. Is 17 ok?
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Let them know that you've decided to simplify the wedding by only having one family member on each side. Then, maybe give them other tasks so they can still feel part of the event. Someone to direct people to seating, someone helping out with the guest book, maybe have one of them read a poem during the ceremony or ask one of them to act as your day-of coordinator.
Have someone walk with you. If you focus on the person you are about to marry, this anxiety will be very short lived and you will be happy that you got through it. Treat it like a rehearsal, not the actual ceremony. Having someone along side will ease your tension greatly! Best of luck!