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Planning a wedding memorable

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Planning a wedding memorable

Greetings! You and your beloved have decided to get married. Romance and excitement fills the air as you think about what you wear, what your deck will look like, who will be invited and where the wedding will be held. But do not forget the wedding ceremony. These days there is so much emphasis on planning “fun” parts of the wedding (reception, music, food, clothing, etc.), the ceremony itself can become nothing more than an afterthought.

So what is a wedding ceremony? It is a rite of passage in the form of a public exchange of vows. Note that the key word here – “public”. Two people show their vows in front of their guests, who are active witnesses and officiant. It is interesting to note that the officiant (minister, priest, judge) really married couple, not marry another, by means of making known their intention by reciting their vows, and other formalities for the usual wedding ceremony. The officiant is the only official witnesses. Officiant, also, you can drive through the customs and rituals associated with the ceremony.

 Planning a wedding memorable

This means that there must be hundreds of “witnesses?” Of course not. You may have your heart set on hundreds of invited friends and family to celebrate and have a witness bridesmaid, bridesmaids, groomsmen, Jr. Bridesmaids and groomsmen, ring bearers and flower girls. In addition, you can choose to have a simple ceremony in front of close family members with only bridesmaid and witness. Some areas require only officiant to be the official witness. Be sure to check with your marriage license office to see what local laws.

Sit down with your boyfriend and decide what style would be best for both the ceremony. If both prefer non-denominational religious ceremony, civil or perhaps? I love reading, and if so, whether they want to be in scripture, literature or other sources? There are cultural or ethnic habits you want to include in your ceremony? How many guests do you want? Do not forget to think about their parents’ expectations, if any, may have on the wedding day.

 Planning a wedding memorable

Adding a personal touch to your wedding is fun, and can make a much more important event, not only for your friends and family, but also for you and your boyfriend. Personalization can make the difference between a cookie cutter wedding and it was lovely and expressive.

Different ways to add personalization is easy and plentiful. You can include a special reading or prayer. A special hymn or song can be played. You can choose to compose all her vows, or just part. Accordance with family or ethnic traditions is a nice touch. Maybe you can wear a scarf or a leg that was taken by his grandmother or mother, when she married, or similar bouquet that was your sister in her …

Be sure to inform your customers about the meaning behind each personalization particularly unusual or special, or cultural ceremonies. Keeping the guests during the wedding ceremony, allowing them to understand and appreciate the events going on in front of them will make your event more meaningful and memorable for all. One of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to provide this information is to use the program, which is also a beautiful reminder of your special day. Using a computer, color printer, and a few sheets of paper than in your local craft store, you can design and create a unique program for your wedding.

But no matter how simple or elaborate your wedding will be, please give it some serious thought into planning your wedding. After all, your wedding day is the reason for the day, and the next part, right?

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