work down the aisle

work down the aisle

1. To proceed along the aisle of a church or other venue during a wedding. Said especially of the bride. A corruption of the standard phrase "walk down the aisle." We've got some great tips to help you get in shape so you'll be looking your finest when you work down the aisle. I've always wanted to have a choir singing "Hey Jude" by The Beatles when I work down the aisle.
2. By extension, to get married. I still can't believe that Nora and Scott finally worked down the aisle. I was starting to think I'd never see those two get hitched! I've been dreaming since I was young of working down the aisle with the love of my life, surrounded by all my friends and family.
See also: aisle, down, work
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