(Closed) Way to Honor Mothers at my wedding

posted 8 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Rose ceremonies to honor the bride and groom’s mothers are common in wedding ceremonies. We have taken the wording for a rose ceremony and changed it a bit to honor our parents since I feel that our fathers were also very important to our growth and upbringing.

Just google wedding rose ceremony and you will get a lot of different wording options!

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

we are combining traditions in our wedding and doing a homage to mothers by playing ave maria and giving our respective mothers small nosegays while its playing. its a play on the blessed mother portion of catholic weddings ( my fh is catholic im baptist). Our wording during the ceremony is this:

Before we go on to say more about love, it is important to recognize from where love comes in our lives. Of course, someone first loved Bride and Groom. Someone cared for them as children, showed them what love, compassion, kindness, and care means. The work of our mothers are critical in preparing us to be the loving adults we are, so today, Bride and Groom want to make special recognition of their mothers, for making today possible. I speak for everyone here when we say “Thank You.”

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

My mom is incorporating pieces of old wedding dresses from my grandmother’s and my Fiance mom and step-mom into our chuppah [link removed], which will cover us at our wedding. But, there are lots of things you could do. What about having pictures of important mothers framed on your guest-book table? Asking your officiant to thank the mothers (and fathers) as part of your ceremony?

Post # 6
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

During the reception you could ask that in honor of Mother’s Day you wish that all mothers would stand up so you and the other guests could thank them for all the hard work and dedication they have givien their families. 

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