Archives for August 2012

Mother/Son Dance Idea: “Never Alone”

It seems while our employees are sitting down with our amazing couples that they are able to have all the details hammered out concerning their big day…. except for the Mother & Son dance. This song choice seems to stump a few couples because they just can’t find the “perfect” song. We can guarantee that this moment will be extremely important and emotional for the Mother of the groom and she will be thankful that you thought of her on your special day.

This song “Never Alone” by Lady Antebelum and Jim Brickman is just perfect for a mother wishing her son her best wishes on this amazing day.

The song begins with a message that could be from the heart of a mother to her child.

-May the angels protect you, trouble neglect you and heave accept you when it’s time to go home. May you always have plenty, your glass never empty. Know in your belly, you’re never alone.-

Then song then continues to reassure that even in bad times that you will never actually be alone.

-I’m not gonna promise that cold winds won’t blow. So, when hard times have found you and your fear surround you. Wrap my love around you. You’re never alone.-

Check out the video for yourself and see if this possibly could be perfect for your Mother/Son Dance.

A Little Southern Tradition

Rain, rain go away, come again another day! We can guarantee that the thought of rain on her big day has crossed just about every bride’s mind at one time or another. Well worry no more, we have found an old southern tradition that might be just want you need for your Wedding Day. Southern folklore says that if you bury a bottle of bourbon at the site where the bride and groom are to be married, then it won’t rain on their wedding day. This must be done exactly one month before the wedding, the bottle must be completely full and it must be buried upside down. Are you willing to try out the tradition to be sure the rain clouds stay away?

It might be worth a shot if you are getting married in Nebraska, we all know how the weather can be around here!