92-Year-Old Flower Girl Takes The Spotlight A grandmother was the one getting all the attention at her granddaughter's wedding in Minnesota: at age 92, she was the flower girl.
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A grandmother was the one getting all the attention at her granddaughter's wedding in Minnesota: at age 92, she was the flower girl.

MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. It's wedding etiquette 101 - thou shalt not upstage the bride. But when Georgiana Arlt came down the aisle tossing flower petals, grinning ear to ear and pushing her walker, we're guessing all was forgiven. Arlt is 92, grandmother of the bride. She was the flower girl in a Minnesota wedding. She wore blue with a pink corsage, first wedding she'd been in since her own 72 years before. It's MORNING EDITION.

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