8 Ways to Make Your Groom Tear Up On Your Wedding Day

posted: 06/20/16
by: Amanda Mushro
Recalling the funny memories

Usually we see the bride getting teary as she walks down the aisle, and the father-of-the-bride wipe away a few happy tears when he dances with his daughter at her reception. But, if you have a sentimental guy, he will love these personal touches that are just for him. Don't be surprised if you see him shed a few tears at these thoughtful wedding additions.

Surprise your husband-to-be with a sweet embroidered message on the back of his tie or on his pocket square. You might need the best man's help to pull off this surprise, but it will be so worth it!

Embroider your husband's parents' wedding date and your parents' wedding date into the hem of your dress using blue thread--it will be the perfect "something blue."

Write a special note to your groom and have a bridesmaid pass it on to him to read just before the ceremony.

Rather than use a plain white aisle runner for your wedding ceremony, create an aisle runner that tells your story as a couple. Start with pictures of your first date, then special memories, and near the near the end, your engagement. The end is where you stand to get married!

If he's lost a special family member, create personalized cuff links with their picture or a locket to attach to his boutonniere.

Engrave the title of your first dance song inside your rings.

Use pieces of your mother's wedding dress and his mother's wedding dress in your bouquet or have it put inside a locket for you to wear on your wedding day.

Recreate photos from his parent's wedding day and take another where you both hold pictures of your parents on their wedding day.