Posted on June 18, 2017 | Author Cynthia Dumont
In a conversation with your officiant, you might be asked what you'd like the tone of your ceremony to be. Your JP wants your ceremony to reflect you as a couple -- your values, beliefs, passions, and style. How would your ceremony feel overall if it were to express the essence of both of you?
Posted on May 24, 2017 | Author Cynthia Dumont
“I like the idea of using the traditions that my mother and grandmother used in their weddings, but I also want to keep my ceremony fresh and a little unexpected.”
Each of the elements in your ceremony, readings, rituals, and vows for example, plays an important role i
Posted on April 17, 2017 | Author Cynthia Dumont
Recently, I officiated the wedding of a bride from New Hampshire and a groom from Paris. He spoke English with a charming French accent. But his family, flying over for the festivities, did not. The couple requested a bilingual ceremony, but I do not speak a word of French. What was
Posted on June 18, 2016 | Author Carolyn Egan
Across all societies, the wedding ceremony is held as sacred. It links to the other momentous events of our life cycle - like birth and (yes) death - in significance.
Most religions see the wedding as a rite by which two persons are
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