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#31 JayKay

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Posted 02 June 2011 - 07:23 PM

So many great ideas!!



#32 Peach

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    Posted 02 June 2011 - 08:14 PM

    Wow, the lapel pin and watch made me tear up... okay, honestly, this whole thread is having me fight tears a little. You guys have such wonderful ideas!



    #33 jwilson

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      Posted 11 June 2011 - 09:58 AM

      Here's another source:

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      #34 melissa80

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        Posted 09 July 2011 - 05:55 PM

        I love that I found this thread! My FI and I have 1 living parent between us (his father). I am going to have my sister and his sister walk down the isle, each with a boquet containing one of those memory lockets with our mom's picture in it. I am going to have a memory locket in my boquet with my dad's picture. I want to honor them, but I didnt want it to be sad.

         

        I have to say that planning a wedding with no living parents on my side and his mother passed, it so emotionally draining.



        #35 LovesJakeyPoo

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          Posted 19 July 2011 - 03:32 PM

          I Love the rose Idea on the chair very symbolic!  I'm trying to figure out what to do for my mom...trying to steer away from candle just because the ceremony is on the beach
           

          Originally Posted by vcwedding2011 

          I will be something like this to honor my mom who dies when I was just one and for my FI brother who recently passed. take a look at my inspiration pictures

           

          In Memory 1.jpgIn Memory 2.jpg

           

          I found many pictures online, search "in memory candle" or "in memory wedding"

           

           

          I am going to do a candle of some sort with framed pictues.

           

          At the ceremony we are also going to place single roses on two chairs that will be left empty

           

          this is really important to us so we may be going a bit overboard...

           

          hope this helps



           



          #36 LovesJakeyPoo

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            Posted 19 July 2011 - 03:35 PM


            There was a symbolic flower thing that someone just posted on honoring mothers....I was thinking about putting the flower either by a picture of my mother....but i'm liking the chair thing....than i'll give my FI a matching flower after we are married and we are walking back

            Originally Posted by acireta 

            We're reserving a chair for my dad. I'm getting him the same boutonniere as the groomsmen also to place on the chair when I walk down the aisle.

             

            oh lord, must. not. cry. at work.



             



            #37 meBonidie2be

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              Posted 21 July 2011 - 10:28 AM

              wow this thread does make me a little teary.



              #38 myyooths

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                Posted 17 August 2013 - 12:58 PM

                I will be something like this to honor my mom who dies when I was just one and for my FI brother who recently passed. take a look at my inspiration pictures In Memory 1.jpg In Memory 2.jpg I found many pictures online, search "in memory candle" or "in memory wedding" I am going to do a candle of some sort with framed pictues. At the ceremony we are also going to place single roses on two chairs that will be left empty this is really important to us so we may be going a bit overboard... hope this helps

                Lovely idea thank you!

                #39 myyooths

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                  Posted 17 August 2013 - 01:00 PM

                  This is a great idea thank you! quote name="vcwedding2011" url="/t/67093/honoring-those-that-have-passed-away#post_1515311"]I will be something like this to honor my mom who dies when I was just one and for my FI brother who recently passed. take a look at my inspiration pictures In Memory 1.jpg In Memory 2.jpg I found many pictures online, search "in memory candle" or "in memory wedding" I am going to do a candle of some sort with framed pictues. At the ceremony we are also going to place single roses on two chairs that will be left empty this is really important to us so we may be going a bit overboard... hope this helps [/quote]

                  #40 myyooths

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                    Posted 17 August 2013 - 01:03 PM

                    This is so sweet!

                    My mother passed away Aug 30, 2009.  I want to do everything I can to honor her at our wedding and my fiance just didn't want to have it depressing. It is very hard to get married without your mom or someone that was so special to you there and here are some things I am doing to have her there. ~ MyJeanM.com- Great site with some items to honor someone at the ceremony.  I bought the petite memorial vase with her name engraved with the floating candle. Our centerpieces are floating candles, so this will be at the head of our table. The site also has a memorial frame for your bouquet. They are both beautiful items in person. ~ I am also reserving the chair next to my dad and putting the flowers that she would have worn on the chair. ~ I am walking down the aisle to my parents wedding song, they would have been married 36 years this past December ~ I am wearing her wedding dress There are so many ways, it just has to be fitting to you and your fiance






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