22 Thoughtful Words From Mother to Daughter on Wedding Day

It’s not easy to let your little girl go off into the unknown that is her newlywed life. For some, it’s so difficult that they find themselves at a loss for words, and need some help figuring out what to say. If you’re unsure of what’s the best way to congratulate your little girl and send her off into married life, take a look at these 22 thoughtful words from mother to daughter on wedding day.

Emotionally, where the words do magic, gifts also hold the power to melt down the hearts. Daughters, while marrying, would love to keep something that reminds them of their mothers, such as a necklace for mother and daughter or a custom paint by number.

Hopefully, these quotes will help you express your emotions and make your daughter feel your love on her big day.

Words From Mother to Daughter on Wedding Day That Will Bring a Tear to Your Eye

#1. “I knew he would be the one to love you with all his heart. The man who would take on the role of head of your family with certainty and a little fear. Someone who desires to uplift and encourage and love you as Christ loved the church. Congratulations on your wedding, my daughter.”

#2. “Congratulations, dear, for finding your true love. May this love grow stronger and deeper through each passing day of your married life. I hope you have a great life together, my sweet daughter.”

#3. “It’s such a lovely feeling to see you get married. I wish you lots of joy, happiness, and love on this special occasion. Also, remember that you will always be my sweet little girl, and I will always look out and worry for you. Congrats!”

#4. “Thank you for making me part of this day; I appreciate it. May love always rain on your marriage, my dear daughter. Congrats on your wedding.”

#5. “My daughter, I hope you two will make a home that both of you will enjoy living in, just as much as you did in ours. Happy wedding day!”

Inspirational Words to Encourage Your Daughter on Her Big Day

#6. “To my precious daughter,

Today is your wedding day, the most special day of your life.

Today, you will walk down the aisle, radiating beauty, leaning on your father’s strong arm, to meet the man you will take as the chosen love of your life.

Today, this man we have prayed for will take you as his wife, for better or worse. This specific God-ordained pairing of two young people claiming Jesus as their Savior, joining together to live for Christ the rest of their days. I don’t know about you, but it overwhelms me.

This life-altering day has been prayed for and given to God by your father and I. We didn’t know who we prayed for all these many years, but God did.”

#7. “Be patient with each other, love each other, and stay true to each other, and I promise you, no mountain will be too high to climb. Congrats on your wedding, my daughter!”

#8. “Finding love means finding your perfect other half — the one you’ve been dreaming of, and that’s what you two have. I’m happy for you both. Happy married life, daughter. God be with you.”

#9. “The best things in life happen when they are accidental, unforeseen, and unplanned. So you must enjoy this unique love between you two — many people wanna have that which you have. Happy married life, daughter.”

Quotes About Letting Go of Your Daughter and Sending Her Into Married Life

#10. “You have now graduated from being my daughter to being your husband’s wife. May you find happiness, love, and support in this new title as much as you did in the previous one. Congratulations on your wedding, daughter.”

#11. “Seeing you grow up has been so wonderful. As on this special day, you are set for a new life ahead, I pray for your happiness, love, and a happy home. Keep up the smiles, dear daughter.”

#12. “I am so happy about your wedding, although you’ll always remain my little princess. May you have a wonderful life with your life partner, my dear daughter.”

#13. “How time flies — you’re a big girl now! I’m so happy for you that you’ve found the special one with whom you’d now complete your family! Enjoy your day, daughter.”

#14. “May this special day of yours turn into the exact scenario that you’ve dreamed of since you were a child. My best wishes and prayers are always with you, daughter.”

#15. “My little princess, your wedding is the most dreamed of event in my life. May you both have a wonderful wedding and always be together in life.”

#16. “I am so proud to be your mom, my sweetheart! May God bless both of you with everlasting love, trust, respect, and happiness! Enjoy this big day to the fullest.”

#17 “Congrats to mommy’s princess! I wish you a never-ending lovely married life ahead, and may you both stay together this way forever!”

Words From Mother to Daughter on Wedding Day to Wish Your Daughter the Best in Her Marriage

#18. “Congratulations on your love, your commitment, your wedding, and your marriage! May your future bring you joy and wonderment, my daughter.”

#19 “I wish you great happiness together, daughter! I know that your love will be proof to all who surround you that love is beautiful, kind, and enduring.”

#20. “I hope your marriage lasts forever. Thank you for taking care of my daughter. Congrats on your wedding, dear girl.”

#21. “Best wishes to your wedding, my sweet daughter. May this moment bring you all the best in life. I love you, but your husband loves you more. Congratulations on your wedding!”

#22. “Sending you my warm wishes for today and always. May God bless your marriage with lots of love, happiness, and trust that give shape to a happy married life. Congratulations, my daughter!”


Sometimes, it’s hard to let go of your daughter and send her into married life, where you won’t be able to protect her at all times. For me, personally, the process was so difficult that I had to keep myself busy and find ways to deal with the upcoming nuptials.

However, ultimately, it’s vital to remember that you’re not losing a daughter — you’re gaining a son-in-law. Also, you must keep in mind that you want your child to be happy wherever she is. So when the time comes, you can rely on these words from mother to daughter on wedding day to help you find the perfect thing to say when the time comes.