One would include those of her intended and his late spouse, and the next wall would be a continuation of pictures of the life they were leading.
She did not feel threatened by these pictures, but instead thanked the late spouse for helping to make her fiancé into the wonderful man with whom she gets to spend the rest of her life.
As much as you may want it to, throwing away items will not erase the memories of a former spouse.
Instead, it might cause resentment to rise up in your new partner and/or his/her children.
If there are children and some of the pictures are family pictures, it is probably unrealistic to think that every picture will be put away.If circumstances require that you move into the home shared with a late spouse, it would be beneficial to have a frank discussion about what can be changed to make you feel as if it is your home too.It is at this time that you can negotiate about the items he/she would like to keep around.If this ends in a non-stop crying jag each time the name is mentioned, this will also be a good tip-off that your new partner is really not ready to recouple.If there is only some lingering grief, try to figure out together how to move forward - how to create new memories so the old ones can be tucked away and only revisited when fondly remembering a late spouse on a birthday or another special moment or day.