How Do You Honor Your Dad On Your Wedding Day?

How Do You Honor Your Dad On Your Wedding Day?

From your first steps as a toddler to the altar, your wedding day is an excellent occasion to thank people who have shown you unconditional love and support throughout your life. On your wedding day, honor your dad with a beautiful expression of thanks. It is a kind gesture that they deserve.

He is the one who shaped you into the person you are today. His tireless efforts in raising you should be rewarded with something unique at your wedding. This is an excellent opportunity to express gratitude for everything he has done for you. Consider these few add-ons to having your father, stepfather, or father figure lead you down the aisle on the day you say "I do."

Let Him Read a Note in the Program

Letting your dad receive special attention by having him read a speech is a beautiful way to honor your dad on your wedding day. On the other hand, you can create a memorable speech for him! Make a point by taking the microphone and dedicating some words to your father during the celebration. The bride can read to the groom's parents and vice versa to honor both sets of parents. It will bring tears of joy to the parents and signify the mark of uniting unity.

Spend Special Moments with Him 

Prioritize some alone time with him before everything begins. It will make him feel special and will likely calm your anxiety. Furthermore, while this may need some organization, it is a fun and innovative approach to make dad feel special after the wedding day. You can create a sign or prop that says something incredibly heartfelt with the help of a photographer.

Charming Photo Opportunities

It's crucial to capture the moment your father looks at you, especially if there are happy tears on both sides. On your wedding day, honor your dad by setting aside a few minutes for a pre-wedding photoshoot. It will create a lasting memory and give you a lovely photo opportunity that most dads usually avoid.

Some Little Tokens

Take one of your father's old shirts and have a small part sewn into your dress in the shape of a heart to honor him. This way, a tiny piece of him will be with you during the celebration, and he will love it. You may also name a meal or drink after him; he'll appreciate the chance to dip into something so personal. You may also include some exquisitely created photographs of him on your wedding gown and/or bouquet.

Whatever way you choose to honor your dad on your wedding day, make sure you take the time to show him how much you care. With big and small gestures, incorporate some inventive methods to respect and appreciate your parents.