Cupid's Pulse Article: Famous Couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Honor Her Late Mother at Celebrity WeddingCupid's Pulse Article: Famous Couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Honor Her Late Mother at Celebrity Wedding

By Kaley Allard

It finally happened! Famous couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie tied the knot in an intimate celebrity wedding ceremony, which included their children, at their home in France this past weekend. While the day was filled with much celebrity love and joy, it was also somber for Jolie, whose late mother was not in attendance. reported that, to honor Jolie’s mother Marcheline Bertrand, Pitt had a stone engraved in the floor where they said “I do” in tribute to her.  The day was all about family, so this celebrity couple made sure to include those who were there in spirit as well.

This famous celebrity couple chose something special to honor Jolie’s mother. What other ways can you honor your passed loved ones at your wedding?

Cupid’s Advice:

Your wedding day is meant to be filled with happiness and joy, but if you have lost loved ones, it can also be a day of sadness. Knowing that they are not physically there with you on that big day can bring you down. Here are three suggestions from Cupid on how to honor your lost loved ones on your special day:

1. Release balloons: A touching gesture for those who are no longer with you is to release balloons into the sky. You can tie a touching message or even a wedding invitation to the string and send it to your loved ones. Not only is this a sweet moment, but it will bring you some comfort as well.

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2. Put pictures on your bouquet: Another simple yet meaningful way to honor your late loved ones while keeping them close at the same time (much like Pitt and Jolie did for their celebrity wedding) is to attach small photos of them to your bouquet. It’s a small gesture, but having them close to you will bring you joy.

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3. Wear something old, borrowed, or blue: A third way to honor your loved ones is to wear something of theirs, be it old, borrowed, or blue. You could wear a piece of your grandmother’s jewelry or sew a piece of your father’s blue shirt into your dress. Any way to keep them close to you on your big day will be a sweet tribute to them.

How did you honor your lost family members during  your wedding? Please share below!