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Saddest bride ever ! Honoring my mom ??


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#11 Glam-Girl

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    Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:46 AM

    Hey Girl,

     

    I know how you feel!  I lost my mom 19 years ago and couldn't think about having a wedding day without her.  That's why I'm eloping in jan 2013.  In honor of my mother I am having her picture on her wedding day in a gold locket that she left me.  I am having it put on my bouquet stem and will have it open for the whole day.   Iam having a picture of my dad on his wedding day on the other side.  I hope my suggestion helps! 

     

    Sending blessings your way! 

     

    Lisa



    #12 kefritz

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      Posted 28 March 2013 - 06:55 PM

      I lost my mom also. I'm going to be having a charm made an have it on my bouquet. My Fi also lost his brother so I will have his their also.  I'm thinking about releaseing 2 ballons after we say our vows unsure about that. I will be having an AHR so I will be have the charms and a poem framed on a table from them. I'm sorry for your lost. You will find something that works best for you



      #13 misbosox

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      Posted 02 November 2013 - 03:47 PM

      I'm so sorry for your loss. I too lost my mother 7 years ago. I'm going to have her picture in a locket attached to my bouquet.

      #14 Kyliewylie

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      Posted 03 April 2014 - 06:18 PM

      i'm so sorry for your loss, I know how hard that struggle is and you are very brave for going ahead with your wedding in spite of everything. I am going to leave an open chair at the front of the ceremony for my mom - then I know she is there is spirit, but I don't have to deal with people coming up to me after the ceremony and talking to me about her death and not being there, because most people probably won't even realize why there was an empty chair in the first place...or at least that's my thinking






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