(Closed) Old Wedding Photos

posted 10 years ago in Beehive
Post # 3
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1238 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

It might seem a little tacky to celebrate the marriage of your parents when his are divorced.  We are also putting our parents’ wedding pictures on the guest table, but it is because both mine and his parents have been married for over 35 years.  What is the reason for why you want this?  You need to think about his parents feelings on this, maybe talk to them and see what they think. 

Post # 4
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629 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2005

Both of our parents divorced and remarried (and one set divorced again) and we just had to scrap the entire idea because it was awkward. What about including all married family photos? Aunts, uncles, grandparents. It means a little more foot work, but less singling out.

Post # 5
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3 posts
Wannabee

We ended up putting a display of wedding photos from our family, as well as pictures of us growing up and pictures with family and friends.  Our guests really enjoyed looking at all of our pictures (and many of them were in some!).  We did put up wedding pictures of my parents and grandparents. My parents are divorced, but became friends many years later so I did not feel bad about putting the pictures up.  We decided not to put up pictures of my husband’s parents as they are divorced and do not have a good relationship.  I think the fact that we had a wide variety of pictures from both of our families it was not a big deal that we did not put up their wedding photo.

Post # 6
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2293 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

I think that jessicup is partly right – you can certainly use a variety of family wedding pictures.  As far as using wedding pictures of the divorced parties, I would talk to both of them.  They may be good enough friends to think that its okay.  If either one objects, you shouldn’t use pictures of them. But if you have enough other pictures, it won’t be so glaringly obvious that they are not included (e.g., won’t just look like a shrine to your parents…)

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