Remembering Loved Ones On Your Wedding Day

Gone, but never forgotten. When a loved one passes on, it’s never easy having to say goodbye. It can be especially difficult when that loved one can no longer be there and share in one of the happiest days of your life; your wedding day. For some brides and grooms, it’s important to feel as though a part of their loved ones are there on their wedding day and show how special that person was to them. From display tables to images attached to bouquets and lapels, couples are choosing to remember their loved ones in various ways, sparking new forms of creativity and individuality on their wedding day. Here are some of my favorites.

Sentimental photos on  the bride's bouquet is always one of my favorites.

Just like the bride can have a photo on her bouquet, the groom can wear an image on his lapel, attached to his boutonniere or inside his cuff links.

 Image Courtesy of  Munaluchi Bridal  

Image Courtesy of Munaluchi Bridal 

 Image Courtesy of  Wedding Mix Blog

Image Courtesy of Wedding Mix Blog

Displayed images are always popular but couples are becoming more and more creative in how they display the photos.

 Image Courtesy of  Inspired by This  via  Braedon Photography

Reserving a seat in his or her honor is also one of my favorites and often chosen by many couples.

 Image Courtesy of  Hostess With The Mostess

Image Courtesy of Hostess With The Mostess

Candles are always a great way to remember someone. At many memorials, people light candles and it's a nice gesture at a wedding as well.

 Image Courtesy of  Kayla's Five Things

Image Courtesy of Kayla's Five Things

 Image Courtesy of  My Wedding Reception Ideas

Image Courtesy of My Wedding Reception Ideas

Whether a subtle picture attached to your bouquet or a full on display, how you choose to remember your loved ones on your wedding day is totally up to you. It's all about your personal style. Happy planning!