Post # 1
Okay so “make the cut” isn’t quite accurate, BUT…
when listing our grandparents in the program, do we list all of our living grandparents regardless of them being there that day or not?
FI’s grandpa and his wife will probably not be able to make it b/c of health/money. SO… do we list them in the program still? Or just his other grandparents who will be able to make it. All but my one grandma (w/ severe dimensia) are gone now. I’m going to list her b/c my aunt is planning on brining her. But I suppose there’s a chance she might not make it in the end either…
Post # 3
We have it easy because there was no divorce in our family, so we have 4 grandmothers and 4 grandfathers. 2 of the grandfathers have died. All the living grandparents are planning to be at the wedding.
We will list all the living grandparents. Then below that we will put a statement about two candles have been lit in the church for the grandfathers who have passed and list their names.
You could do the same. Just list all the living whether or not they are at the wedding, and then make a statement about the deceased. Or you could break it up into 3 sections (living and present, living and couldn’t make it, deceased).