Corsages for my deceased husband's parents at my wedding.


(St. Louis, mo)

I have been a widow for 7 years now. My husband died when we were 33. I have two children and I have tried to stay close with my in-laws. We have a nice relationship. I am now getting remarried and they have accepted my fiancé. However, I have one question about the upcoming wedding. Is it proper etiquette to give them corsages along with my and fiancé's parents? I don't want them to feel awkward, but I also want them to feel that they are still a part of our lives. They are my children's grandparents, and I still call them Mom and Dad. Thanks

A concerned widow

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Weddings and Family
by: Ms P Etiquette

Dear New Bride,

Please follow your heart. How lovely for your children to have their father’s parents close in their lives. I say celebrate that along with the wedding.

Ms. Practical Etiquette

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