Honor your moms with a "Mother's Kiss" at your ceremony

There are lots of ways to show your love and respect to your parents (and parent-like figures in your life) at the ceremony. They can light unity candles, walk you down the aisle, do readings, be given a flower, and of course, be memorialized, if that's the situation. But we love the idea of the "mother's kiss" from Jacqueline and Felipe's country glamour wedding.

They decided to honor their mothers by getting one last kiss as single people before they were married. It was pretty damn sweet. Here's how they did it.


This couple created some epic art with their unity ceremony

Selena and Stephen had the most super duper adorable Disney/Pixar's Up-themed wedding featuring hot air balloon glowing centerpieces, rainbow balloon cake, grape soda boutonnieres, Carl and Ellie-style mailbox card box, balloon thumbprint guest book print, and balloon shots galore. It made our LIFE. But what really got us in the feels was when they showed us the spoils of their unique and creative unity ceremony: a custom-made unity ceremony sculpture by one of our favorite vendors, Unity in Glass. Let's talk about what they created with their unity ceremony and how you can snag a stunning custom unity ceremony sculpture of your own.


Secure your love 5ever with this love lock unity ceremony

Jessica and Tyler's Magic the Gathering wedding featured a love lock unity ceremony where they clasped a lock around a metal tree. Love locks are popular in many cities, including Paris (so popular at the Pont des Arts, Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor, and the Pont de l'Archevêché bridges that it's becoming an architectural problem), but also a lovely idea that, when translated into a love lock unity ceremony, makes us swoon.