Wedding Ceremony Ideas
When planning a wedding ceremony, brides and grooms spend most of their time thinking of traditional ways to express their love.
While tradition is always needed during a wedding ceremony, adding a twist can make your day unforgettable.
Here are four unique ceremony ideas that will create lasting memories for you and your guests.
Read your own vows
Many brides and grooms as of late have been taking a personal approach with their wedding vows.
Instead of going with pre-written vows that has been repeated by brides and grooms for centuries, they are choosing to read their own vows during their wedding ceremony.
Creating your own wedding vows will show how creative you can be and will make your wedding unforgettable.
If your handwriting is sometimes hard to read even for you, consider having them handwritten for you on a card.
Handwritten cards can help make your vow reading flawless and it can be kept as a keepsake.
Seal a ‘Fight Box’
The sealing of a fight box or love letter wine box has become a popular inclusion during wedding ceremonies in recent years.
How this works is you place a bottle of wine, two wine glasses, and two letters (one from the bride and the other from the groom) and you seal everything in a box during your wedding ceremony.
The box is to be opened on the couple’s tenth wedding anniversary or after their first big fight.
If you want your letter to be authentic, come from the heart, and last for a long time, make sure your letter is handwritten instead of typed.
A handwritten letter brings with it real feelings that come to life on paper. Your spouse will read your letter knowing it was written with genuine thoughts making your letter priceless.
Include ‘Wedding Wishes’ Tags on Bubbles
Instead of throwing rice, couples have been using other creative ways for wedding guests to help celebrate their walk down the aisle as husband and wife.
From rose petals to glitter, the options are unique and make for better pictures.
One of the most popular options is blowing bubbles as the couple walks down the aisle together once the ceremony has concluded.
Just as with rose petals, bubbles captured on film or camera make wedding photos look magical.
If you are planning to use bubbles, attach handwritten wedding wishes tags to the bubble caps.
This will offer a creative take on including bubbles and will standout to your guests as an unforgettable moment and even souvenir from your wedding.
Pre-Wedding Ceremony Letters
This tip is for before your wedding, but you can also include it during your ceremony.
Besides wedding vows, couples write their spouses a letter. The letter can include a promise or express how excited they are feeling knowing they are about to marry their spouse.
Usually this letter is given before the wedding while the bride and groom are getting ready for the wedding ceremony.
But often, couples read the letter during the ceremony and before they exchange wedding vows.
Consider handwriting your letter to your bride or groom and either reading before or during your wedding ceremony.
This moment will make for a great wedding memory that can be relived as often as you like as the letters can also double as keepsakes.
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