5 Heartfelt Ways to Include Mum in Your Wedding

Mums are pretty special, so when it comes to your wedding day, what better way to say “I love you” than by making her an important part of your celebration. Be inspired by these heartfelt ways to include mums into your wedding.

The First Look Photo

Document a precious moment between mother and daughter with a beautiful photograph to keep. Who wouldn’t want to embrace the big day with a sneaking hug!

ritz carlton wedding

Photography by Lin & Jirsa via A Blush & White Wedding

Mum of Honour

If you’re a girl who considers her mother a best friend, ask her to be your maid of honour. Since she’s already been there for all the big moments in your life, why not ask her to stand by your side during your next big chapter?

Photography by Icon Photography via A Greek Wedding with a Twist

Dancing Queens

Every girl loves a good Mamma Mia showdown, so why not surprise your guests with a choreographed mother-daughter dance? You’ll both dance the night away meanwhile making amazing memories that are all about the two of you.

Romantic garden wedding with boho vibe

Photography by Madison Hope Photography via A Romantic Garden Wedding

Work as a Team

You can include your mother in planning without having her make the decisions. Working as a team can bring a lot of nostalgia – remember when your mother would throw a party for your birthday?

Photography by Icon Photography via A Greek Wedding with a Twist

Walk With Her!

There is no rule that says your mother can’t walk you down the aisle. Let her feel like a celebrity and either walk with you and your father, or be escorted by your significant other down the aisle to her seat.

boho country wedding

Photography by The Light & The love Photography via A Boho Country Wedding

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Posted in Mother of Bride by wedded wonderland

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