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Wedding Program Memorial Wording Examples

Adding some memorial wording to your wedding program is a great way to pay tribute and dedicate a special place for remembrances. Whether you identify this section as ‘Loved Always,’ ‘In Loving Memory Of,’ or ‘Special Dedication;’ here is a look at some of the best wedding program memorial wording examples to get you encouraged.

Example #1

In Loving Memory Of
And other loved ones who could not be here today, but are with us in spirit.

Example #2

Never to be Forgotten
On this joyous day, we remember those loved ones who could not be with us. We feel your presence in our hearts.

Example #3

We Remember
On this day of celebration, our thoughts are also with loved ones who have passed on and could not be here. May their presence grace our hearts today, and every day of our marriage.

Example #4

Remembering with Love
On this day, we remember [name], grandmother of [name], and [name], brother of [name]. To all our loved ones who could not be here today, we love you and will always hold you dear in our hearts.

Example #5

A single red rose has been placed on the altar to symbolize the spiritual presence of Grace’s father [name]. A single white rose has been placed in a seat in the front row to symbolize all the loved ones who could not be here today.

Example #6

We lovingly remember our family members who are with us today in spirit. May the bouquet on the altar be a symbol of their presence.

Example #7

The flowers on the unity candle table are in loving memory of those who cannot be here today. Although we cannot see you, we know you are here, smiling down, watching over us as we say “I do”. You are forever in our hearts and in our lives. Today we say our vows in loving memory of you.

Example #8

We would like to thank our family and friends for sharing with us, the first day of our life together and for traveling both near and far to be here. We have been blessed by your gracious love, support and friendship over the years. We especially want to thank our parents who are such an inspiration for us and taught us to love from the beginning.

Example #9

To our family and friends, thank you. It means the world to have you here today. Thank you for being our support system, our encouragement, our partners in crime and for loving us through the ups and downs of life. For being our mentors, teachers and guides. You have helped to make us who we are and for that we are forever grateful. So please enjoy today and let it be but a small gift for all you have done. You are our favorite people in the world and we love you.

Example #10

As we celebrate our marriage, we have not forgotten those who have passed on, instead, we remember them in our hearts. The bouquet at the front of the church is in remembrance of our family members who are no longer with us; especially [name]. In addition to the flower arrangement at the alter, the bride’s bouquet contains family heirlooms from [name] and the rosary her mother received on her wedding day.

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