As the bride, Julie Finkel, danced with her father, a film of her translating the song in sign language showed in the background.
“I wanted my parents to feel like they were truly a part of everything,” she told Inside Edition.
Finkel told Inside Edition that she hired an interpreter for the ceremony and made the sign language video of the song, ‘My Wish,’ by Rascal Flats, so her parents would be part of every moment of the special day.
Planning a wedding can be a stressful process. There are so many things to take into consideration: obvious things such as the dress, rings, flowers, vows, cake and venue. But then are the specifics to your family and friends, such as how many guests are vegetarian; do any have nut allergies or a mobility problem, what about hearing loss?
Here are some more deaf-friendly wedding tips from Hearing Like Me blogger Angie:
5 ways to accommodate deaf or hard-of-hearing guests at your wedding
Getting the groom on your good side: Tips for brides with single-sided hearing loss