Emma Tupper
Emma Tupper 22 Jun 2017

My Dad passed away last October and we have booked our wedding date for 20th...

My Dad passed away last October and we have booked our wedding date for 20th July 2019 a week before my Dads birthday. I am already stressing on how to incorporate my Dad into my wedding day. I want him to be a part of the day but am worried that I will look like a nutcase if other people think I have gone too far. Had anyone got an tasteful ideas? I feel like I really need to sort this out before I can do anything else. My family is also really small and I am close to my mum and brother. Has anyone decided for two people to walk you down the isle? Any advice would be most welcome, thank you.

Stacey Hutchinson
Stacey Hutchinson 22 Jun 2017

There are many ways you can incorporate your Dad into your big day. You could get a bouquet charm, a memorial candle, a decorative picture frame and even a little chair that you can place in your venue.
You can have whoever you want walk you down the aisle it is completely up to you?

Naomi Chappel
Naomi Chappel 22 Jun 2017

I agree with Stacey, there are lots of ways to have him there. You could also wear a locket with a photo of him in. I think its a lovely idea to have both your mum and brother walk you down the aisle. Dont worry you wont look like a nutcase. x

Jayne Timmins
Jayne Timmins 22 Jun 2017

I think Stacey and Naomi have answered your question perfectly< although I'm not sure about the chair.

Lucy Lewis
Lucy Lewis 22 Jun 2017

Hi I agree with the above answers goog luck :)


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