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    Default Question for all those ladies out there?

    Do you think it's bad Karma to get married on your mother's birthday?

    I just thought I would ask considering I am getting married this year and one of the dates we are looking at is the same day as my mom's birthday. We have two dates for November and two for December.

    My Dilemma is really is basically what if we were travelling to some unknown country and I miss her birthday because it's my wedding anniversary?

    What do you think?

    Please advise,

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    I see it as an Honor to be married on your moms birthday.

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    Default Thank you,

    Thank you, so much for making it sound so much better:-).

    I just started thinking about what I could do for her at my reception considering it's on her birthday? If we have the oppurtunity of being able to.

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    I don't see anything wrong with it.

    Dave's cousin got married on his other cousin's bday, and the bride gave the bday cousin roses. Called her up near the DJ and said some sweet stuff about her and presented her with roses.

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    Default B-DAY

    we were married on my husbands grandmother birthday, to honor her.......the plus side is that they were very close so he never forgets our anniversary....

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    It just makes a special day more special.




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    My DS's aunt and uncle got married on his BD/ they made sure he had a birthday cake at their reception..
    He was also in their wedding.

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    How cool that would be!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    There's nothing wrong with getting married on your moms' birthday! It would probably be a great 'gift' to her to see her daughter so happy and getting married on her day.

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    Default Should I ask her for her permission?

    Should I ask for her permission to do so? she is turning 51 this year:-).

    The other thing is I have been very accomodating towards my wedding for others considering I had to change it completely back to where I am from but initially I wanted to get married in Hawaii.

    What do you think?

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    I agree, it makes that day even more special

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    sweetie its your wedding day and your fiance's.
    I'd love Hawaii but know that won't happen so I'll have my day here but the wedding will be what we want not what others want.
    It would be nice to ask your mom,
    if you choose but if thats the day you want go for it.
    This is your day
    jmho

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    Default Thanks to all of you,

    for being who you are and that is exceptionally wonderful.

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    that is so sweet your mother`s birthdayis great. have your wedding where you want.

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    Any day you get married is going to be someone's b-day, LOL.

    And believe me, it's not the end of the world if you were to be out of town on her b-day. A phone call is easy.

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