Post # 1
So, my dad passed away 4 years ago. I have seen a number of idea on Pinterest of ways to represent people who have passed away in your wedding. I just came across this one:
I love the idea, but I know my evil stepmother wouldn’t let me have anything of his to put in his seat. I’ve also seen the idea of lighting a candle. What other ideas have people seen or used?
Post # 3
So sorry about your dad. That picture is heart breaking, brought tears to my eyes.
Post # 4
@MsSparklyBee: Mine too so I can’t imagine how much it would make me cry at my own wedding!
Post # 5
That is so touching. I’m sure however you honor your father will be appreciated
Post # 6
To answer your question, we will light a candle and likely mention them in the program.
Post # 7
You can have an empty seat, it doesn’t have to have anything of is. Everyone will understand the signifigance of it. You could put a sign up, or you could leave it totaly empty.
I’m so sorry your evil step mother is being so cruel. It breaiks my heart to hear things like that.
Post # 8
@taraelisabeth: my FI’s father and my father have both passed on. we are mentioning them in the program.
Post # 9
what about a picture of him instead? She surely can’t object to a photograph?! Plus, it’s your wedding, not hers…and he’s your DAD! Do what will make it right for you. I’m such a daddy’s girl that absolutely no one would tell me otherwise. She sounds horrid.