Families have released colourful balloons in memory of their lost little ones.
The summertime service was held in Lindley and was attended by around 50 people.
It was the second annual event to be organised by the Huddersfield branch of Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal charity.
The service was aimed at those who have lost a baby during or shortly after pregnancy. It was held near to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, which is where Sands is based.
Chair Rachael Brann said that the service also included readings and music and the chance to reflect.
She said: “A lot of poems were read out and songs were sung - it was a lovely afternoon.”
Rachael set up the local support group with her husband Gareth. The couple were helped by the charity when they lost their son Mason at 22 weeks.
The group has two fundraising events coming up.
The first, on July 26, takes place at the Black Horse pub in Dalton.
The family fun day starts at noon and includes a bouncy castle, face painting, stalls and cakes.
On August 1 there is an event at Natwest bank in Market Place, Huddersfield town centre.
The fun is from 9am until 5pm with a tombola, cakes and an awareness stall.