Your wedding ceremony enhancement must fit your style.

When planning your wedding ceremony, I strive to make it unique and very memorable! It should be based on your personal beliefs, situation and needs. You may want to add some wedding ceremony enhancements. These can be anything from some of the common ones I list below or make a selection from the symbolic ceremonies listed under the  “Ceremonies” Link.  Of course,  you can let your imagination soar and come up with your own personal ceremony enhancement for your wedding, reaffirmation or commitment ceremony.  I am always happy to help.

Blessing of the Rings

The wedding ring is the visible sign of an inward and spiritual bond which unites two hearts in endless love. It is a seal of the vows made to one another. It symbolizes living together in unity, love and happiness for the rest of their lives.

Children Included in Ceremony

Many couples are remarrying and want to include their children in the ceremony. There are numerous ways to let your children know the special role they play in your lives.  I will discuss your specific situations and make recommendations based on those conditions.

Honoring the Mothers

A brief reading is done and then the bride and/or groom present their mother(s) with a small gift (flowers usually).

Honoring Those not in Attendance

This can apply to loved ones who have passed or are unable to attend. It is not unusual for couples to want to honor a loved one on their wedding day.  Since a wedding day is a happy and joyous occasion, it is important to select a means of honoring and remembering the loved one that does not lessen the joy of the day. There are several way to do this that does not affect the ceremony, however, if it is to be included in the ceremony itself, it is generally done with a simple, tasteful statement while welcoming all guests.

 Anything You Want!

Do you have your own wedding ideas? We will incorporate anything you want into the ceremony so that it is the most magical event of your life.

Photo by Philip Larson