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Groom makes his wedding day extra special by paying an emotional tribute to his late mother

Having parents' support on big days of life is a blessing and this groom ensured he kept his mum close to his heart even though she wasn't by his side.

Groom makes his wedding day extra special by paying an emotional tribute to his late mother
Cover Image Source: Twitter | @GoodNewsMovement

wedding day is as important for the groom as is for the bride. For the groom and his family, it is the celebration of having an additional member who loves and cares for the groom just like his loved ones. Parents of the groom hold their heads high and in many cases, parents walk the groom down the aisle before the bride can arrive. Good News Movement shared the video of a groom who was all set to celebrate his big day with the company of his parents. The heartwarming video on X (previously Twitter) captured the groom’s overwhelmingly tear-jerking entrance towards the altar on his wedding day.

Image Source: Twitter| @GoodNewsMovement
Image Source: Twitter| @GoodNewsMovement

In the video, the groom is seen walking towards the altar, making a big entry into the new beginning of his life with a framed picture of his mother. “On his wedding day, this groom paid a beautiful and emotional tribute to his mom who had passed away,” the caption of the video read. As he walked on respectfully holding the picture, he couldn't help but burst into tears, remembering his mother and wanting her to hold his hand as he stepped onto a new journey. The groom further proceeded to ensure that the walk was as meaningful as it would have been had his mother been there in person. He said something inaudible as if he were delivering a message for his mother up above and continued to walk.

Image Source: Twitter| @GoodNewsMovement
Image Source: Twitter| @GoodNewsMovement

He then engaged in a consoling embrace, presumably with his father, who let him know that his mother was right there in spirit and that he had all the love and support he needed on his big day. The groom lastly, with tears in his eyes, summoned the courage to lift his mother’s frame and the tribute to everyone in gratitude and love. One cannot comprehend the loss of a loved one until one has experienced it. The groom paid a heart-touching tribute by ensuring his mother got the recognition and respect she deserved on his big day. In a similar instance, another groom took on the responsibility to ensure that his mother-in-law wouldn't miss a mother-son dance on his wedding day.



 

Brittany Newton (@blnewton22) shared a video from her wedding day on TikTok, mentioning that she had lost her brother and her mother had never witnessed a mother-son dance. However, being the last of the three girls to marry, she changed the turn of events. Newton planned the tribute and got her husband to join her mother in a mother-son dance. While the purpose of the dance was to honor her brother, Newton also ensured that the mother got her much-awaited dance with her son-in-law. The mother got so overwhelmed by the dance and the emotions behind it that she laid her head on her son-in-law's shoulder.

Image Source: TikTok | @blnewton022
Image Source: TikTok | @blnewton022

After a twirl, she got caught by her second son-in-law, who also began dancing with her, followed by her third son-in-law, completing the heart-melting moment. Though she has lost her son, who can never be replaced, the dance showed that she has found great supportive pillars in the form of her three sons-in-law. @laura_kay_ said, "Y'all picked the right men for your momma. I love healthy MIL relationships." @morehappysouls said, “You can tell she's a very loved mother-in-law! Your brother is smiling down on y'all without a doubt!"

Image Source: TikTok| @sav.rose12
Image Source: TikTok| @sav.rose12
Image Source: TikTok| @hahamichelle
Image Source: TikTok| @hahamichelle

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