I get married in October to the love of my life but just this last weekend the best man's fiance has passed away (she was only 32) and I want to mark her passing in a special way and symbolise her in a big way as part of our wedding day but I need some ideas.... can anyone help me please xxxx"
Kerry Bicknell - At a wedding I went to there was a picture frame with pictures of lost ones and a book so we could write memories and stuff about that person or persons...it was a table dedicated too them I thought it was so touching
Nicki Kelly - Oh my goodness ?? maybe get the best man cufflinks with her photo or something that meant the world to her on, i have cufflinks for my hubby to be of a red rose with my dad's initials as we get married on my dads birthday, got them from bridal memory charms on facebook, she's amazing and works fast) and have a frame like the ones saying because someone we love is in heaven a little piece of heaven is at our wedding or something like that xxx
Kirsty Blower - So sad :( you can get photo charm with her picture,attach one to his boutonniere. It might be nice if you name a star after her and give him the certificate privately. You could also use her favourite flower in your arrangements or find one that bears her name and use that and ask if you could have a piece of her jewellery for your bouquet (my sister had one of our Gran's necklaces wrapped around her bouquet stem). Do check with him,of course. So sorry for his loss,I hope you and your husband to be are helping support him
Zara Swanton - For my something blue I am looking at buying a forget me not necklace/bracelet. It's a quiet way to remember who we should have with us on the day without shouting the meaning to everyone. Only the people the very closest to us know the meaning.
Victoria Louise Guthrie - We lost our son my fiance and I plus other family members we are doing a light up tree with hanging pictures of those passed with a sign that says some people we love are in heaven so we have a little bit of heaven at our wedding it's going on a table in the reception x
Amy Mills - Sorry to read this. We used pin badges from the charity's which corresponded to the causes that my husbands grandfathers died of, it was nice touch, most people chose to wear them on the day, and we attached name tags to them as their place cards on the table. X
Maddison Ames - My fiancé and I are getting married in Sept and have lost a number of people who 'should have been at our wedding'. We don't want to make other family members sad by seeing a picture as some are very recent but instead are hanging a star for each person lost to symbolise them. It will mean something special to those who know, it's a day to celebrate after all but they have not been forgotten
Leanne Cross - We went to a wedding where a special person to the bride was remembered by the groom by naming a star after the person it was a really special moment you can do it on eBay for a small cost and get a certificate etc xx
Jo Jones - My friends sister and nephew both died 6 months before her wedding and she had photos hanging from her flowers. It made for beautiful photographs as well as a lovely touch
Odele Speed - I would do something more subtle like the cufflinks etc it will be very much a difficult day for him so too much emphasis despite heart in right place could cause more upset to him x
Elaine Thorpe - Did you ad the lady in question do anything together or hav common interests that you shared. Music etc create a scrap book of thoughts pictures memories he shared with her. If there are children get them involved Like Planting a bush or tea. Picture art etc
Emma Henley-Hunter - You can buy photo charms from eBay, maybe have a photo of her put into the charm and attach it to your bouquet and also in the guys buttonholes? X
Caroline Parkes - Have you checked he wants it marked? Maybe he doesn't?! I would suggest a conversation first as it's all very fresh.