Mr. Rogers: When I worked at a school for young children, I remember so many times that those children got all dressed up and pretended that they were having a wedding. Sometimes they used an old curtain for a bride's veil, and they would often wear great big dress-up shoes. There were some children, though, who were too shy to dress up themselves. and when they played wedding, they'd do it with those little dolls that they could dress up and pretend that one was the bride and one was the groom. I know a little girl who wanted to wear a real bride's dress, but her parents said no. She would have to wait until she was grown up. You see, she wanted to be the real bride.