Bridal Bouquet Photo Charm Dad You Walk Beside Me Wedding Father Memorial Jewelry
"Cake time!" says the maid of honor. "Wait" say her mom. The bridal shower has been full of laughter. "You can open this now," says her mom passing over a small gift box. "Hmmm, what could this be?" the bride asks, taking the gold band off the box. "Oh..." she slips the jewelry out of the bag and looks at it.
It has her father's photo in a little frame. "Oh, mom..." she looks up at her mom with tears in her eyes. "It's for your flowers. Do you know what it is? It's a bouquet charm." "I do know," she says. "I was hoping to have one of these. I love it."
"Let's see!" "Hold it up!" exclaim the shower guests. "It has a card too" the bride-to-be says. She starts to read it "Dad, as I prepare to head down the aisle I miss you so..." her voice trails off. "Oh, gosh. I can't read this out loud right now. Can someone else?" "It's okay, just pass it around" says her friend.
"Let's get cake!" her friend announces and as the guests start to pick up the wrapping paper her mom slips into a chair beside her. "I know this is hard without him. I know it's not going to be a wedding day exactly like you imagined..."
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A thoughtful gift for the bride who is missing someone special on her wedding day, this vintage-style bouquet charm is a sentimental way to honor the memory of a loved one during the ceremony.
This glass bouquet jewelry charm comes with a glass message pendant and frame where you can insert a photo. It includes a template for the frame, a glass pearl bead, and attaches to the bouquet with a decorative lobster clasp and 10" ribbon.
* We also offer a photo service if you'd prefer here.
I will share a photo when I give it to my daughter at her bridal shower. She misses her Dad so much. Can't wait till she sees it. Thank you so much!
This is my 2nd purchase from Gutsy Goodness. I purchased this one for Giuseppe Cracolici who will be marrying my granddaughter in October. I thought it appropriate since he lost his Dad in December. Thank you, Mary McMahon