At your wedding there is a fine line on how to pay homage to someone you love who has passed. You don't want to take away from the fun of the event but you want to show that you wish they were there. Above is one simple and beautiful way to do that. I have seen floating roses in a fountain and a kind mention during the ceremony. I have also been around what became disasters like playing a photo montage of the mother of the bride who had died during the father/daughter dance. Dedicating a song to someone who has died at your reception can be a bad idea as well.
Have this in mind..."What are your expectations for that moment?" I have witnessed a group of people crying at a wedding when a couple insisted on a tear jerking tribute.
Wouldn't they want you to have a fun wedding? YES! Take care of the meaningful tributes at the ceremony and keep party time, party time.
Thoughts? Things you have witnessed or done...post them here.
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