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What my Grandparent's wore to their Wedding

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I love this picture!!!!- this gave me an idea- I have been thinking on how to honor our grandparents-- all of the FI's grandparents have died, and I only have one living and she is in an Alzeheimer's home-- I think I will try and get a copy of each of their wedding pictures and have them set up somewhere.... maybe at one of the tables at the reception--- does this sound creepy or something that would be nice? feedback.gif
I don't think that's creepy at all! Very sweet :)

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Great photo, I agree with the others, old photos are awesome. Your grandpa is so cute with his comment... and the idea about putting all the grandparents photos is great, I plan on doing a photo wall at home with family wedding photos...

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Thanks Jamie!

 

That pic looks a lot like my grandparent's. They were married on base in Texas. I am hoping to find the handkerchief she carried and use it as my something old. I think it is somewhere in a box. I also still have the bible the chaplain gave them on their wedding day.

 

I really need to find the pictures now! There is a really cute one of grandparents and the couple that stood up for them. The men are both in uniform wearing the ladies' hats!

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Love your grandparents photo!! My grandparents had a similiar pic as well. Their 50th wedding aniversary was about 2 1/2 years ago and my grandma hd me try on her wedding suit. Here is a pic of me wearing it. (Don't mind the goofy smile!) The color was robin's egg blue. It fit pretty well only the sleeves were a little short. Pretty different than what I'm going to be wearing!

 

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Jaime---love love love your black lace dress in that pic. Where'd ya find it? Soooo pretty on you!

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