(Closed) Memory Table/Guests Who cant attend??

posted 10 years ago in Family
Post # 3
48 posts

That’s a very sweet idea.  We are displaying photos at the guestbook table, and mentioning them in our ceremony programs. 

Post # 4
14 posts
  • Wedding: July 2009

We are having a small table to itself w/3 tall thick candles for each person that has passed or cannot be there – each candle will have a ribbon around it with a small charm with their picture in it, plus a something of theirs attached to it – for example, a marine corps pin or my grandfather’s Moose Lodge pin. The candles will be lit prior to wedding party entering for the ceremony.

Post # 5
438 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2008

I love july09bride’s idea.  we had photos and candles displayed, and I made a little thing that said "In loving memory – you are in our hearts this day and always".  I think honoring these people in any way is meaningful.  A lot of people commented to us how much it meant to them.

Post # 6
36 posts

We got a multi-opening frame and put a picture of each of our sets of parents on their wedding day and couple pictures of each set of grandparents from their younger years (we didn’t have any wedding photos of them) and in the last opening we printed "Our Family" on cardstock.

Post # 7
19 posts
  • Wedding: July 2008

I’m going to try to include a lot of old photos because we have only one grandparent left between us. I also think it’s so cool to see weddings through the ages. I’m hoping to have it on a table with the guest book. The candle idea sounds great, but not sure if the venue will let me.

Post # 8
12 posts
  • Wedding: March 2008

I am not sure what I would do about those whom have passed on, pictures is a nice idea.

However, for your grandparents whom can not be there I think having a good wishes letter or card written from them to ya’ll displayed would be nice.

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