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Question: Is there a way I can honor the memory of my deceased grandfathers and deceased brother at my wedding? I never knew my dad's dad, but i am named after him...my mom's dad died when i was 12 and i never got a chance to say good-bye or tell him that i love him...my brother died before i was born, i feel like i should remember these special people on my big day. Can I light a candle for each of these people, and say something about each of them in the ceremony?

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