Post # 1
i was planning to list the parents and grandparents at the bottom of the ceremony program, but i’m getting a little confused…does it matter which person has died to determine who is listed first? or is the man always listed first?
for example my grandfather is deceased, so how should this be listed?
The Late William and Captolla Smith?
Captolla and the Late William Smith?
sorry, i’m a bit clueless- anyone know the etiquette for this?
Post # 3
I think you should maybe put the deceased family members in their own section. Otherwise, people might get confused and think that your grandmother is deceased too.
Post # 4
yeah your right, if the first way is proper then that is really not clear if she is alive or not…
Post # 5
I would separate it out into sections maybe titled “The Wedding Party” and “In Loving Memory”?
Post # 6
well the only problem with seperating them out is that i’m doing a 2-sided fan type program. on the front, listing the wedding party and all that, and having the hymn that i’d like us to sing printed on the back. i don’t know if i can make room for an “in memory” section. although, if i can make it work space wise i would love to do that:)