Home Inspiration Ways to Remember Lost Loved Ones on Your Wedding Day

Ways to Remember Lost Loved Ones on Your Wedding Day

by Kloe Forster

Losing a loved one before you get married is going to be hard.

We think it’s a lovely idea to pay tribute to those who can’t be there to share your special day with you.

So, here are some ways to remember lost loved ones on your wedding day…



Bouquet Charm

bouquet charm

image credit HGPictureThis

What a lovely way to keep those closest to you close to you on your big day, having a bouquet charm means you will get to walk down the aisle with lost loved ones in spirit.

You can get the bouquet charm here.

Chalkboard Sign


Image credit: The Vow Sheffield

This chalkboard sign is a gorgeous way to pay tribute to those who can’t be with you on your special day. You could place the sign next to some photographs and candles for a really sentimental touch.

Get the sign for just £2.50 here.

Display of Photos

lost loved ones

Image credit: Pinterest

We think this photo display is a gorgeous way to honour those who can’t be at your wedding day. We love the little poem too. A fab idea if you’re into DIY.

Light a Candle

candle lost loved ones

Lighting a candle is a much more traditional and subtle way to remember lost loved ones.

It’s a great idea, as it will also add to the ambience of your decor.

Shoe Charms

shoe charms

Image credit: Picture This

These shoe charms are the most perfect way to make sure your lost loved one is there with you when you walk down the aisle.

Get them here.

Reserving a Seat

seat reserved

Image credit: Pinterest

We think reserving a seat for lost loved ones is a really lovely idea.

It really shows how much you care.

Share a Toast

share a toast lost loved ones

Aww – why not share a toast with those who can’t be there with you on your big day?

It’s certainly a very fitting tribute to have at a wedding celebration – you could even serve up your lost loved ones favourite tipple.


Related Articles

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More