Post # 1
My fiance’s dad passed away a few years ago. His mom is dating a great guy, who Fiance has known his whole life as well, and she (and we) would like him included in the program. We’re struggling to find a good way to put him down. Here are the suggestions so far. Anyone else have any others?
Mother of the Groom:
Mom’s Name accompanied by Boyfriend
Mom’s Name escorted by Boyfriend
Mom’s Name with Boyfriend
Has anyone else been in this situation? We have a mention about the flowers being in memory of his father, so he’s being recognized too.
Post # 3
why don’t you just put his name?
Post # 4
@MsCoffeeBean: I think any of those would work. How are your parents’ names written down? As long as the format is the same (names on same or separate lines), it should be fine.
Post # 5
Thanks for the input, ladies. The boyfriend has been very weird/concerned about his “place” since he and Future Mother-In-Law are a team, but they’ve made it pretty clear they probably won’t get married. He just doesn’t want to step on anyone’s toes and doesn’t want people thinking he’s trying to be FI’s dad. We all know that’s the furthest thing from the truth, but hes a tad worried about overstepping the bounds.
My friend is working on the program this week so we don’t have a design yet. I’m lucky that one of my bestie’s is an awesome graphic designer 🙂
Post # 6
Hmmm. I guess I would go with Escorted By.
Post # 7
I really like “Accompanied By” since they kept “company” before Future Father-In-Law died as friends!