CEREMONIES TO CHOOSE FROM!

- We have a variation of ceremonies to perform, indoor and outdoor.

- Some couples choose to include in their ceremony a very special moment to share with their guests, making their ceremony truly unique and memorable. - Many of these symbols and rituals have their roots in ancient traditions and customs, but today become an unexpected aspect of your ceremony that will delight your guests and make your wedding -ceremony, truly unique.

 

The Rose Ceremony

The Rose Ceremony is simple yet profoundly moving. The bride and groom exchange a single red rose, symbolizing the giving and receiving of their love for each other through -out their entire married life. The Rose Ceremony also conveys how to use the rose and its symbolism in difficult times in order to forgive each other.

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Butterfly Release

A butterfly release is a wonderful addition to any ceremony. The bride and groom themselves, or people special to them, can be invited to release the butterflies into the air. According to an American Indian legend, if you want a wish to come true, you must capture a butterfly, whisper your wish to it, and then let it go. Since a butterfly can make no sound, it cannot reveal the wish to anyone but to God, who hears and sees all. In gratitude for giving the beautiful butterfly its freedom, God always grants the wish.

Sand Ceremony

During the sand ceremony, different colored sands are blended together. The bride and groom each take a small a jar of sand of a different colour and bit by bit pour them into a third container swirling the sands together bit by bit. Just as the mixed grains of sand can never be separated, so too will the couple be joined together in marriage and never separated.

 

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Candle Lighting Ceremony

The candle lighting ceremony symbolizes the joining of two people and two families. The mothers of the bride and groom light a candle, which symbolizes the family of each, and the individuality of the bride and groom. At the end of the wedding ceremony the bride and groom each take a flame from their family name candle and bring the two flames together to light their single marriage candle. This is candle of unity because the bride and groom must come together, giving a spark of themselves, to create a new light. This Unity candle then becomes their Wedding Anniversary candle, to be lighted this day every year, for the rest of their lives.

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The Cup Ceremony

This ritual involves the pouring of a goblet of wine and handing it to the bride and groom. The celebrant invites them to take a sip of wine for each blessing, their past, the present, and their future together.

The child of God may prefer this ritual by bringing into remembrance the death of Jesus Christ and that their wedding day signifies the day when all Children of God will be unified with Christ in heaven.

Together we create those special moments, the moments you always want to share...