The father of Julie Butcher, found dead at her home in Chiseldon, Wilts, has paid tribute to his daughter.
Mrs Butcher was a mother of three children
Kevin Major said the mother-of-three, aged 25, would be "deeply missed" and "always remembered" by her family.
"When I gave Julie away... I was so proud and I can't stop looking at the photo of us together," he said.
Julie's husband Richard Butcher, 36, has been charged with her murder and is due to reappear at Bristol Crown Court.
Mrs Butcher was found with stab wounds at the couple's home in Castle View Road, Chiseldon, on 15 November.
She had a son and two daughters, aged eight, seven and three.
Mr Major said: "I loved Julie with all my heart and will miss all the good times that we have shared together as a family.
"With Christmas coming around it will not be the same without her. She was a brilliant mum and loved her kids with all her heart - she would do anything for them.
"I am glad that we finally had time to share together and that we have these happy memories. All of our family will miss her deeply.
"You never expect that it will happen to someone so close and would like to turn back time to have her here with us and my grandchildren.
"The pain that we are feeling in our hearts will never go."