Hi Sam! That’s a tough one! Part of me would say honestly, embrace the tears. As long as they’re good tears. In terms of ideas, I’d say possibly incorporating something Dad did or said into the ceremony would be very meaningful. Whether that’s a story from when your niece was little that showed Dad’s love for his girl or something more recent. I’d suggest trying for something with a funny or happy ending to keep it light, and then moving on with the rest of the program so that the focus stays on the moment they’re in.
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