Son Invites Mom To A Graduation Party. Then He Reveals The Real Reason The Family Is Over…

Being married to someone for 25 years is a huge accomplishment. If you’re one of those people, then give yourself a pat on the back.

Wedding anniversaries are an occasion that deserve to be celebrated. Your wedding day is one of the happiest days of your life. On that day, you made a commitment to someone that you would spend the rest of your life with them. Why wouldn’t you want to celebrate that?

One son went above and beyond to give his parents a wedding anniversary that they will never forget.

Darrell and Teresa Funk were told that they were attending a graduation party for their son…

…but the couple was in for a big shock. Their son had arranged other plans, plans that his parents were completely oblivious to. The surprise may win him son of the year.


He had gathered together close family and friends.

Everyone was in on the surprise and tight-lipped about the situation. This kid’s parents were still absolutely oblivious as to what was going to happen.


He waited for his parents to walk up the lawn.

They had absolutely no idea what hit them! By the way, the music in the background of this video is phenomenal. I mean, who could have thought that the song “Hey Ya!” by Outkast could sound so romantic in an acoustic version. Mind. Blown.


When he finally breaks the news…

…the parents are in shock. Speechless. Stunned. Baffled. Surprised. Astonished. Astounded. And any other synonyms that I missed.


They weren’t here to attend their son’s grad party.

Instead, the couple was here to renew their vows for their 25th wedding anniversary. Their son officiated the vow renewal and the surprise was a complete success!



To 25 years of marriage and to the kid who has raised the bar for children everywhere.

Brb, going to start planning for my parents’ 25th wedding anniversary now. It’s three years away, but you can never start too early, right?


You can watch the heartwarming video here:



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