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“Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day.” – Unknown
Feeling the absence of your loved ones at your wedding who had departed? We can understand your wedding is important and a special day for you. The absence of the departed loved ones on the wedding could be a shattering thing. They have left us but their memories are still afresh.
Your wedding day is going to be full of fun and happiness because it’s the day you have been waiting for so long. Instead of getting upset, as they have always wanted for you to live a happy life, live it. Get inspired by their life, and their blessings are always with you.
So they have gone, gone what we can do? It is perhaps destiny or perhaps life or as it is always said "everything is prewritten". But if you want them to be at your wedding, though you can't bring them back!
You can honor them at the wedding by naming a dish on their name or dancing on their favorite song or do something other else as they have wanted for you if they would be alive. If you don't know and don't have any idea about, below we have mentioned some ways by which you can honor your departed loved ones at your nuptials.
You can include any one recipe that your departed loved ones were fond of. Adding their favorite dish to your wedding menu can be a good way to honor them. Whether it’s your lavish dinner menu or a toothsome dessert, include one that they like.
Set up a stand full of their memories. You can place their pictures, things they had left behind, their personal belongings, those gifts they have given to you and anything related to them. Decorate the stand with their decor-placeable things. You can even decorate them according to the theme of your wedding.
If you are going to have an outdoor wedding, decorating a tree full of their pictures and memories will be a great idea. This will appear like a captivating décor.
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It is a good idea to place a note “in their loving memory” tribute on your wedding for your lost loved ones. Add something they always used to tell you below the tribute sign. It could their favorite lines they always used to say. If you have any notes written by them in their handwriting then you should place that too making copies of it. It would be highly appreciable.
Reserve a seat for them if you feel your wedding ceremonies are incomplete without them. Pin their photograph in that particular chair/chairs and, let everyone know that you have saved it for your departed loved ones. It will be a nostalgic way to honor them. Decorate the seat with lights and flowers and give a gorgeous look to that special place.
Wear a pendant or a bracelet having their pictures in it. Brides and grooms, you can even wear any jewelry they used to wear. Grooms can pin a customized brooch design of their loved one inside their suit to keep them even closer to their hearts.
Whether in your family photo or in any photo you think comfortable, frame their snaps in your photographs. It’s a good way of showing your love and respect towards them. In this way, whenever you will look at your wedding pictures you could feel their presence. Feel the presence of your loved ones and show your honor towards them by including these beautiful ways and gather all their blessings at your nuptials. Share with us in the comment section how you feel about these ideas and if you guys know any other manner to honor them.
By Moneeca Moitra | 20 Mar, 2020
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