(Closed) How to honor a deceased loved one…?

posted 5 years ago in Ceremony
  • poll: Should I create a "memory plant" for the reception?
    Yes, but just the seed envelopes : (1 votes)
    13 %
    Yes, seed envelopes inside mini planters : (0 votes)
    Yes, but a plant dislay only - nothing for guests to take : (6 votes)
    75 %
    No, weddings are a celebration not a funeral : (1 votes)
    13 %
    Other idea, let me explain! : (0 votes)
  • Post # 3
    7901 posts
    Bumble Beekeeper
    • Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort

    @sofialovesmikey:  If you’re getting married in a church, I’d put a flower or plant on the altar in her memory and leave it at that. I think you should do something, but giving guests something to take home seems a bit too much for my tastes.

    Post # 4
    1360 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: November 2014

    Why don’t you use the favorite flower in you’re bouquet or your centerpieces. We have several family members we’re going to honor in different ways, a chinese lantern release for Fiance deceased chinese grandfather, Southern comfort food for both of my grandoarents and certain flowers among ithers for other fanily members. We’re going to put a little note on the back of the menu’s with “fun facts” or “things you didn’t know” sort of thing and include them along with other non death related facts for example: getting gelatto is a staple of Mr. and Mrs. minioenguin, it is natural for them to have some at the wedding, please go ahead and choose from their 6 favorite flavors. and then, you might have noticed a marked Southern flair to the appetizers, the couple tried to incorporate Mrs. minipenguin’s grandparent’s favorite dishes, who unfortunately could not share this day with their grand daughter…l etc etc etc

    Post # 5
    1364 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: October 2013

    We are having our ceremony and reception at same location, same room. I am putting this candle and frame somewhere on the guest sign in/seating chart table:


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