Post # 1
ok at first you might be like WTF- but let me explain
it kinda goes with Jesues washing his aposles feet- sooo.. I want to do this too for my Hubby to show him that starting today and forever I will do all I can to take care of him.
Is it out of line to do this during the cermony with scripture being read ?
He’d have to take his shoes off and stuff but I’ll have a towel to dry them and I think it could be a very powerful statment and symblo of my vows to him???
I am just wondering if I should wait and do it at the reception instead- but the reception might be .. too party city for a random foot wash ( and his feet will be stinkyer by then! lol)
Post # 3
I’d ask your pastor/minister who is officiating the ceremony his or her thoughts about this. I’d think it would be weird as a guest, but your crowd might be different.
Post # 4
There are many previous threads including this one on this topic that you may want to look into for suggestions.
Post # 5
I think it would be a beautiful sign of your love and promise to serve and care for him. We’re Catholic, so it wouldn’t fit into our ceremony. I’m not sure where your ceremony is being held but maybe you could do it right before the vows. I’m not sure when cultural traditions take place usually (lasso, coins, veil detication) but that would probably be a good time
Post # 6
We decided to do it after VOws/as part of vows=] and right before the with this ring I thee wed- and play the song a thousand years! !!!!! I am beyond excited and I think its going to be amazing!
Post # 7
I think it’s a great idea 🙂
Post # 8
i am excited about it. A Few people might not get it but 95% of our guests will be family and 85% is christian or close too and will understand what it means and its not like we are going to scrub and massage them – unless you want me to fall asleep Fi gives best footsies! – but it will be the best for me beacuse all I want is to try harder every day to take care of him like he does for me!