Post # 1
I’m DIYing my programs and need some help with wording…. We are having 2 memorial bouquets at the alter, on for each side of our families, then we will give them to our parents ath the end of the day.
How are you bees wording your Rememberance sections to remember your loved ones who have passed and can’t be there?
Also, what special things are you adding to your programs to make them a little more unique?
Post # 3
Here is what we are using……….
We would like to thank our family and friends who have
shared in our lives and are here with us to celebrate our
wedding day. We feel especially blessed to be
surrounded by so many wonderful people.
A very special thanks to our parents for their love and
support throughout the years and for helping to
create this beautiful and special occasion.
We cannot express how much we appreciate your
unconditional love, guidance, and support.
We are also thinking of our grandmothers
who are unable to join us here today –
****, ****, and ****
and remembering with love our grandfathers
who are with us today in spirit – **** and ****.
Post # 4
We are also including a page with “Union” by Robert Fulghum. It’s a nice little something extra.
Post # 5
our programs are very simple so we just have one line:
“we remember with joy and celebrate in honor of Grandpa X, Grandma Y, Grandpa A, and Great Aunt B.”
Post # 6
I was just kinda typing if off the top of my head, but how does this sound? It will be a fold program, and this will be on the back page of the program. Is it too much, or does it sounds okay?
We would like to thank everyone for sharing our special day with us. To our parents and families, thank you for your help and support throughout the years, and for instilling us with values and love that we will carry with us for years to come. To our wedding party, thank you for standing beside us today and helping make this day possible. To our guests and friends, thank you for being with us and making this day memorable for us. We feel very fortunate to be surrounded by so many friends and loved ones who have shaped our lives. We hope you have a wonderful time and look forward to sharing many happy occasions in the years to come!
The bouquets on the alter are in memory of our loved ones that are no longer with us, but are always In our hearts and watching from above.