(Closed) maid of honor (passed away a few years ago)

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
2494 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

Honour her in your program? You can still honour her without leaving the Maid/Matron of Honor spot open in a variety of ways. Perhaps save her a seat iwth her picture on it, add her photo to your bouquet…?

Post # 4
310 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Sorry for your loss. Maybe you could do something to honor her? Maybe a candle for her at the reception..or have a reading at the ceremony and have it dedicated to her.

Post # 5
4 posts
  • Wedding: December 2012

First of all I would like to tell you how deeply sorry I am that you lost your best friend. I feel your pain and I also lost my Maid/Matron of Honor, just two months ago in an accident and am trying to figure something else out to do, as well, as this is probably the most difficult thing I have to plan about my wedding. I find myself trying to plan a memorial for her, and that being the over all important part of my wedding. I don’t plan on filling the Maid/Matron of Honor spot, because there is no one else I would want to stand next to me. I don’t have anything set in stone, but, my ideas so far, are a pedistal where she would be standing, with a picture of her, a candle and her Maid/Matron of Honor bouquet. I think that the best man will carry her flowers down the isle and set them down next to her picture when he gets to the end, and also carry them back up after the ceremony. After her accident, I laid flowers tied to a teddy bear to them, where the accident took place, and the extra ribbon I have, although no where near my wedding colors, I am going to wrap mine and her bouquet with the ribbon. If you think of anything clever please post, as this is just too plain for her. She had so much personality and I feel like I need to spice it up. But idk what to do yet, and I will do the same. 

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