Get Married On Mother’s Day

A Mother’s Day Wedding – A way to Honor Your Moms  I know you’re getting married, but your mom is just as excited and emotional. And if she’s not yet… just wait til your wedding day. You are moving on to a brand new experience, but your mom is left behind, with an empty room and your childhood toys.

Honoring Your Mom’s at Your Wedding Creates a special Feeling of Love!

My goal as a wedding officiant is literally to make mom’s cry! I can judge how well my ceremony went over by how many tears or laughs I get. A small intimate wedding scheduled on Mother’s Day could be a perfect way to honor your mothers. Plus, everyone will be together, Sunday. You could plan a morning breakfast brunch wedding.

  • A beautiful way to remember a mother who has died
  • A very special way to welcome your father’s wife
  • Handfasting the moms could tie the knot
  • Unity candle – the moms could light their child’s light

Processional – Make Your Mom Feel Special – write them a letter.

have the groom walk down the aisle first. then send the moms.  when they are 1/2 way down the aisle have the groom walk back and get them. One on each arm, He seats them and when he doe he hands each a private letter that you wrote you moms before the wedding.

Then if the father of the bride is going to give the bride away, have the father of the groom carry the rings. Or a bottle of “Jack”

Pine Manor Mother’s Day Breakfast Ceremony. $810 6 Guests. Elope to Chicago and bring your parents. Hotel and tourist packages on line Check out our great. Our Best Value Breakfast Wedding has a European sweets tray and mimosas, flowers and photos.

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5Star & Award winning this wedding officiant coined the phrase “Your Wedding YOUR Way” Travels 5 states to perform ceremony or couples wishing to elope or have a small proivate ceremony can get married in the Rev's provate home, Pine Manor. 1920's charm and suburban hospitality, the property has a romantic garden ceremony reception area for up to 30. Same Sex and All denominations welcomed since... 'ALWAYS!"