Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Mother of the Bride and Groom
Weddings are a beautiful celebration of two people. Two people vowing to love each other for a lifetime. Two people pledging themselves one to the other. Such a special time in the lives of both the bride and groom. But, if you look "backstage" at the person often making it all happen...you will find a mother. A mother whose love overcomes all the sweat, hard work, and emotions leading up to this big day.
How will you celebrate this lady?
The Square Cupboard wants to give you a few ideas to help you show your appreciation for the years of raising her son or daughter...and her selflessness throughout the wedding festivities. Etta B pottery makes a great piece that she can use and admire for years to come. Use a Sharpie to write a sentiment on the back for an extra special touch. Of course, beautiful jewelry is the perfect fit for any woman! Maybe you want to give your Mother of the Bride or Mother of the Groom the first bridal portrait or wedding picture framed in a beautifully detailed frame. Stop by, and we will be happy to help you decide on the perfect frame for your picture.
Christopher Radko ornaments always shine as the classic, timeless gift you may be looking for! Find a church similar to the one you will exchange your vows in. If you are having an outdoor wedding or something more unique, perhaps a beautiful cross will be just the right choice. Each time these ornaments are hung, she will remember your day...and the love she felt!
If you are looking for something a little more timeless for a wonderful heirloom, The Square Cupboard suggests an elegant piece of Annieglass. A beautiful sentiment for a beautiful time. Moni angels make a wonderful treasure as well. Perhaps you will choose a mother/daughter pairing. Add to her collection every year on your anniversary for a traditional touch.
We cannot talk about these mothers without mentioning the exquisite Mommy Necklace. Call for custom pricing. This is wearable art and a treasured keepsake that ANY mom would be honored and tickled to receive.
If you are the bride or groom, it's time to start thinking about how you will honor the woman who raised you, guided you, and helped you pull off this wedding. Maybe you have a friend who is the mother of the bride or mother of the groom. You may want to bring a "wedding gift" for her! After all, it is all about the bride and groom...but we know who is behind it all!