Post # 1
There was an awesome poem that I found on here about six months ago that was for a memorial table or candle. It didn’t specify that these people were deceased however, just that they couldnt be with us on our special day. Does anyone know the poem that I mean and can give me a copy?
Post # 3
I’m not sure the exact poem you are referring to but figured I’d share what I used. We actually had the preacher say something at the beginning the ceremony. We had two orchids on the railing behind us honoring my dad and his mom and the preacher mentioned that and then read this. (We didn’t have a program so there was no other way to tell the guests)
Though we are separated physically, Faith and love have bound us eternally.
Though we cannot see you, We know you are here.
Thought we cannot touch you, We feel the warmth of your smile, as we begin a new chapter in our lives.
I did not write this and wish I remember where I found it to give credit, but unfortunately that was a long time ago 🙂
Post # 4
Hi there – Here is the poem that we used on our memorial candle. I posted it a while back, so I’m not sure if this is the one.
Although we can’t see you
We know you are here
Watching over us
As we say “I Do”
Forever in our hearts
Forever in our lives
And so we say our vows
In loving memory of you