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How to honor a parent who's passed away?
My FH's father passed away almost 2 years ago and I would like to set up some kind of tactful way to involve his memory in the ceremony or reception. Any ideas or suggestions?

Married: 03/26/2011
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Posted On: Jul 16, 2010 at 10:54 AM | Add to My Watchlist | Flag As Inappropriate

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Married: 05/21/2011
Jul 17, 2010 at 12:12 AM • Flag As Inappropriate
I found this I wanted to have the same thing with my grandmother. My mom's mother.

Married: 08/28/2010
Reviews: 5
Jul 18, 2010 at 2:40 AM • Flag As Inappropriate
We have a vase that says "In loving memory these flowers bloom as a symbol of a life and love remembered" and we're putting a white rose in for each close person who has passed in. I've also seen the couple leave a white rose on an empty chair for those.

Married: 08/14/2010
Jul 19, 2010 at 11:29 PM • Flag As Inappropriate
I did photo charms I found at Michaels in the jewlery/charm section they come in a pack of 2 for about $3.. I tied them to ribbons that hang from my bouquet just so I have my loved ones with me down the isle without bringing tons of attention.. I even have my WW charms on there as well..

Married: 10/08/2011
Jul 20, 2010 at 10:22 AM • Flag As Inappropriate
A lit pillar candle placed either near your guest book or maybe on the organ with his name and "in memory of" is what i've seen in the past.

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