Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
We love getting to know our couples, some we get to see more often than others due to their location. But, none the less, no matter how far away they may be, we keep in contact by email, phone and Skype.
Most recently we have been working with a bride who lives hours away and is getting married in NJ so that her elderly grandmother can attend her wedding. Sadly her grandmother did not make it to her April wedding and thus she is having to deal with the loss of a loved one while simultaneously planning the happiest day of her life. Our thoughts and prayers go out to our couple and her family.
This got me thinking about how we honor those who cannot be with us on the day we say "I Do".
Check these lovely ideas:
No matter how you choose to honor those who have passed, be at peace knowing they are watching over you on this very special day!
5/8/2013 10:56:43 am
Thanks for this! I actually had a Something Blue Guardian Angel Pin that I had on my bouquet. My maid of honor gave it to me that day and I really loved it. It made me feel really close to her on my wedding day.
6/5/2013 04:55:59 pm
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