Bridal Bouquet Photo Charm Mom I Carry You Wedding White Silver Blue Bead
"Oh, honey, you look lovely," her mom whispers as she approaches her just as she's ready to walk down the aisle. "Thanks, mom" she whispers. "Your dad would have been so proud to walk beside you today" her mom says, with her voice breaking a bit. "I know... but don't make me cry. It will ruin my makeup" she whispers back with a slight laugh.
Her mom puts a finger under her own eye, trying to catch the tears that has formed. "I am so glad you have him here with you" she tells her daughter.
The bride glances down at her bouquet, where a memory charm dangles with her dad's photo. "Yes, thank you for letting him be part of today. He really is walking down the aisle with us." "Are you ready to do this?" asks her mom. "Let's do this."
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 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 gave this as a gift to my best friend’s daughter who will be getting married in September. I am designing her wedding bouquet and will incorporate this charm into her bouquet. She absolutely loved the gift I will upload a photo in September when the bouquet is designed.
I ordered this item as a surprise for my sweet granddaughter, she is getting married in September, and I wanted to give her something to let her know that her mom would be a part of her ceremony even though her Mom passed recently from cancer she had always
Wanted to be a part of any wedding her daughters would have someday.
When I received my order I cried, because it was more beautiful and special in person, and you sent it with extra care. Thank you so very much, Donna Dismore.