Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: Prince William Felt Princess Diana’s Spirit at His WeddingCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: Prince William Felt Princess Diana’s Spirit at His Wedding

By Marissa Donovan

Prince William took comfort in knowing his mother was present during his special ceremony. In a new HBO special, Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy the royal son opens up about the passing of his mother and how she has still stayed with him after death. According to, Prince William shared that he was looking for strength during his special day and Diana appeared to give him the guidance he was looking for. This celebrity news makes us think Princess Diana will also guide Prince Harry on his special day, too!

Departed loved ones are missed, even at celebrity weddings. What are some ways to honor loved ones who have passed away at your wedding?

Cupid’s Advice:

There are many special ways you can honor loved ones at a wedding. Here are a few ideas to consider for your special day:

1. Use their favorite flowers: Celebrate loved ones by using their favorite flowers in your wedding. The many options you have are including the flowers in your table centerpieces, having flower petals thrown by the flower girl, having the flower in the bouquet, or having the groom wear the flower.

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2. Play their favorite song: During the wedding or wedding reception, make sure their favorite song is played to honor them. The tempo of the song does not matter. Everyone at the wedding can take a moment to respect and maybe even dance to the memory of your loved one.

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3. Wear an item of theirs: A wedding dress or a piece of jewelry may be appropriate to wear for your wedding day. Your loved one will feel honored that you remembered them during your life changing event!

What are some other ways you can remember a loved one on your wedding day? Let us know in the comments!