Daughter or son getting married? Congratulations!
Here’s what you can write on the card:
Wedding Card Messages from Parents
- “Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness.”
- “Your wedding day will come and go, but may your love forever grow.”
- May your life together be as sweet as your love.
- I’m so happy to be a witness to your wedding. Seeing the two of you together is a gift for me. The biggest gift I can give you in return is this wish: May your lives are long and your love is everlasting.
- I wish for you great happiness together! I know that your love will not only last, but it will be proof to all who surround you that love is beautiful, kind and enduring.
- Congratulations for your love, your commitment, your wedding, and your marriage! May your future bring you joy and wonderment.
- Best wishes on this wonderful journey, as you build your new lives together.
- May the years ahead be filled with lasting joy.
- We are excited to see you two become a family!
- I’m glad to congratulate you on such an important and meaningful event.
- May your joining together bring you more joy than you can imagine!
- May the love you share today grow stronger as you grow old together.
- May your joining together bring you more joy than you can imagine.
- May today be the beginning of a long, happy life together.
- Your wedding day may come and go, but may your love forever grow. Congratulations to the perfect couple!
- Congratulations to a beautiful couple. Wishing you a wonderful journey as you build your new life together.
- Wishing you both the happily ever after you deserve. Congratulations on your wedding day!
- I wish you success in your new titles, bride, groom, husband, wife, and any more you will pick up over the years together.
- I am wishing you the best of things in your marriage. I am confident that you two will be a blessing to each other and to those who you meet along your journey together.
- I am glad to be a part of your wedding day, and I am looking forward to seeing what comes from you two.
- Through the storms of life, may your love for one another be steadfast and strong. Wishing you joy and happiness on your wedding day. Congratulations!
- Thank you for letting us/me share in this joyful day. We/I wish you all the best as you embark on this wonderful union.
- Wishing you joy, love, and happiness on your wedding day and as you begin your new life together.
- Weddings are short and sometimes overrated. Marriage is long and challenging. But marriage is also one of the most fulfilling things you can do in your life.
- Marriage is not guaranteeing that someone will be there for you but guaranteeing that you will be there for someone else. The prior is a perk of the later.
- May the love and happiness you feel today shine through the years.
- Like a lighthouse on a dark night, may your love for one another always shine brightly. Congratulations on your wedding day.
- May the years ahead be filled with lasting joy. Congratulations to a couple whose match truly seems made in heaven!
- Congratulations! Thank you for letting us be part of your special day.
- We are praying that God guides you in your new adventure. May God pour out blessings on you two.
- Marriage is a chance to be an example of the love that our creator has shown us.
- A table with three legs stands better than one with two. A cord with three strands is much stronger than a chord of two. As long as God is part of your marriage, you will have extra strength.
- A good marriage is more valuable than anything you can imagine. I hope you can experience it, so you won’t need to imagine it.
- Our marriage advice: Love, honor and… scrub the toilet. (Or fill in any other funny advice you have.)
- Love is all you need… stick with that crap and you’ll do great! (If this is appropriate given your relationship with the couple.)
- Treat marriage like a hockey game. No roughing!
- Thanks for the free booze. Best wishes on a long, happy marriage!
- Getting married is like going to drama school. May there be more comedy than melodrama.
Don’t forget to add flowers to your card!
Sources: www.theknot.com, www.weddings.lovetoknow.com, www.bestcardmessages.com