Crystal and Kalem wanted to make sure their departed loved ones were remembered in a sweet way at their ceremony. While some couples choose to honor loved ones with candles, portraits, lockets, or bouquet charms, we love this idea of memorial plants. Here's how Crystal described it:
It was important to us to include a tribute to our loved ones that had passed and could not attend the wedding. Two cousins carried memorial plants down the aisle to a clip from “Forever and Ever, Amen” by Randy Travis (a favourite of grandmothers on both sides of the family). It was a bit nerve-wracking for our cousins, who not only were the first down the aisle, but had to carry fine china while they walked!
If a certain flower or plant (or herb?!) meant something to you and someone you've lost, maybe a memorial plant is your way of remembering them.
What memorials are you planning at your ceremony, if you're having any?