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Honoring someone stuck at home

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#11 Peach

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    Posted 17 September 2011 - 08:01 AM

    Thanks for all the advice, ladies... we will see what happens. I am going to tread carefully, and I think I will be skyping it and carrying something of hers. I am also thinking that, maybe, just maybe, she might be able to leave my grandpa for a day or so to come dress shopping with me. If not, I will be taking the advice to to come try my dress on at their home. Hopefully, with me having so much time, everyone will get used to the idea and she won't be too hurt. 

    #12 jwilson

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      Posted 20 September 2011 - 07:00 AM

      Having their photos on your bouquet is a great idea. Another one would be to assign seats for them and put their pictures on those seats during the ceremony. You can also have wedding photographs of the both of you with the seats. :)

      #13 KatieJ

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        Posted 07 October 2011 - 08:52 PM

        Thanks you... im so glad to hear that having the symbolic ceremony didnt change anything for you.. i needed to hear that from someone:)

        Originally Posted by jmastr05 

        I have read posts from other BDW brides who have done just what you are suggesting: have a handful of people at the legal ceremony at home, but still treat the DW like the real wedding. I certainly felt that my DW was our actual wedding day in our hearts, as you so aptly put it, and all of our guests did too. That day absolutely felt like like it had 100% of the meaning and importance. 



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