14 Ways to Honor Deceased Loved Ones at Your Wedding

It’s never easy to spend important life moments (such as a wedding) without those friends and family members that you hold so close to your heart. Which is why it’s such a nice gesture to set aside a space or moment at your ceremony or reception to honor deceased loved ones at your wedding by remembering their spirit, life, and love.

The ideas in the gallery above are timeless, elegant, and thoughtful ways to honor deceased loved ones at your wedding. If you or your spouse are thinking about how you can incorporate a relative or friend who has passed away into your ceremony or reception, the ideas above could help you decide what would mean the most to you on your special day.

Are you planning on honoring a loved one at your wedding (or rehearsal dinner)? Let us know what you are doing in the comments section, below.

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