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Category: ceremony ideas
A Commitment ceremony is a celebration of a couple’s love and is defined as a ceremony in which two people commit their lives to each other, but it isn’t legally binding.
A ring warming ceremony is such a special way to involve your guests in your ceremony. It’s when your loved ones have the opportunity to hold and imbue your wedding bands with a wish, blessing, or prayer for your marriage.
The Chocolate and Champagne wedding ritual is also known as the “Take the bitter along with the sweet”. It symbolises the idea that with marriage, you will have sweet moments and bitter moments, and either way, you will share them as a unified front.
Find out the 5 different ways you can add this ritual to your wedding ceremony.
The wedding sand ceremony is a beautiful ritual that can include the newlyweds, parents, and children. By combining all the sands together, the lives of everyone involved are symbolically joined together as one family.
A naming ceremony is a lovely way to celebrate welcoming a precious new life into your circle of family and friends.
Get ideas of what you can include in your naming ceremony from my blog.
Wedding ceremony order of service, what you need to include, what can be left out and what you can add.
Use my ceremony outline blog to help you envision how you would like your wedding ceremony.
Most couples want all their nearest and dearest to be present at thier wedding but sadly this can’t always happen if a loved one has passed away.
I have put together 10 meaningful ways you can remember, acknowledge and honour your loved ones who are no longer with us.
You might not be able to wrap love in a box, but you can certainly capture the essence of your relationship and your wedding day by creating a marriage time capsule. I have included 2 great ways to create your own personal time capsule.