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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Reviewing Two Hearts Wedding Theme Ideas

When Two Hearts Find Each Other

As many of our regular readers know, our family is looking forward to a wedding this fall. The mother of the groom and the mother of the bride (that's me) are both so thrilled that these two hearts have found each other and plan to walk life's journey together. We both admitted to one another when we met that we were beginning to wonder if either one of them would ever find that special someone, it had been a long search for both of them. 

After having met my daughter's soon to be Mother-in-law, I kept reflecting on those two hearts that seem so perfectly matched. Wouldn't a two hearts wedding theme be perfect for the both of them to celebrate their special day? It just seems so fitting in my mind. Of course, it is up to my daughter and her fiance to make the final decision but I am loving the idea.

A two hearts wedding theme would be so easy to work with. There are a multitude of supplies to be found with this theme. One can easily find napkins, plates and cups for the reception with those hearts entwined. I particularly like the cake topper in lieu of a more traditional bride and groom one.

In my research, I have found that just about anything you would want to use at the wedding reception can be found with this endearing theme. A lovely guest book with a pen holder that matches could be placed at the church for the actual ceremony. Pretty champagne flutes for the bride and groom to toast each other at the reception are an option. Well, the list just goes on with choices. Personally, I think my daughter will love this idea when I present it to her. It may be a little on the sentimental and "soppy" side but it just so fits their lives.

Those two hearts who have walked alone through life are going to join as one to walk hand in hand on the path that they were destined to find. Two hearts who were just fine separate but together become complete and whole. Two souls who chose not to settle but to wait until "the one" came along. Well, to say that we are thrilled for both of them just doesn't seem to cover the extent of my emotions and it pleased me to find out that the mother of the groom feels the same way.

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