These are the 30 things that I will say to my daughter before she leaves the house.
A daughter’s wedding day is one of the most important moments for any parent, but it is also one of the most difficult.
Some people are at a loss for words since it is so tough for them. If you’re not sure how to congratulate your young girl on her special day, we’ve got you covered.
Here are some things to say to your daughter on her wedding day.
1) No man is perfect
3) Hear quickly; talk slowly.
4) Never compete with a man.
5) Never try to be equal with him.
6) Be fast to apologize when you know you are wrong.
7) Don’t be too jealous with him. This is good for your peace of mind.
9) Always be honest as a wife.
10) Never leave your house for a long distance without his permission.
11) Make sure you know the food he likes, and prepare that at least twice a week if money allows.
12) Don’t let your husband get in the house with a parcel in his hand.
13) Try to make a budget together.
14) Be his adviser, not a critiser.
15) Don’t ever forget that a wife is a helper of husband.
16) Learn good things from your mother.
17) When God blesses you with children, never give more attention to your children and forget your husband.
18) Learn to smile at your husband.
19) When your husband knocks off from work, greet him. If possible, hug him.
20) Don’t let your husband leave the house without eating. This may mean “eat” and “eat”.
21) When your husband becomes angry, stop talking.
22) Keep the bedroom clean always.
23) Never put cloths on the bed. Some men hate that.
24) Be a clean woman.
25) Look romantic.
26) Always remember to do what a wife should do. You are not his sister.
27) Treat his relatives as you would treat yours.
28) Oftentimes ask how his relatives are doing.
29) Go to church together.
30) Never compare your husband or your house to someone else’s.
A good etiquette rule to remember when writing wedding wishes for a daughter is to not just congratulate your daughter and her partner but to make sure you acknowledge their new life together.