(Closed) How to do a dedication song deceased loved ones without killing the mood?

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
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  • Wedding: November 1999

Honestly, I think any song in dedication will put a damper for a while. :-/ We’ve come up with this issue as well (we’ve lost a lot of very close loved ones and family friends recently). 

Instead of a song, how about a small table with a candle for each or a larger candle and each of their photos in smaller frames with the lyrics of the song framed as well? It allows those who would like to stop and take a moment to have a place to do so, but doesn’t slow the mood of the day or confuse those who weren’t close enough to know who these loved ones were. You can always make a mention of the table in memory of your loved ones in the program or as brief mention in your prayer/speeches. 

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