Post # 1
One set of grandparents aren’t able to make it to the wedding. It seems weird to just list my other set of grandparents, but the first set won’t be there…so wouldn’t it be strange to list them on the program?
Post # 3
I don’t think it’s strange. I went to a wedding where on the back of the program they had titled it “Here in Spirit” and listed something like John Smith–grandfather to the bride, unable to attend or Jane Doe, grandmother of the bride, watching from heaven. I thought it was a nice idea and a sweet way to include family members who were either not able to attend due to health reasons, or had already passed away.
Post # 4
That’s a very nice thing to do for family who can’t be at your wedding.
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I don’t think it would at all, and I think it would actually be very appropriate to list all the grandparents in the program, attending or otherwise
Post # 6
Okay, thanks! I’ve seen it before when grandparents were no longer living. But I haven’t for when they just weren’t there. I just thought it might look weird to have people on the program sign that won’t actually be in attendance. I appreciate the advice!