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Expressing Love in Words: Choosing Wedding Ceremony Readings

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Photo Credit: freestocks via Unsplash Choosing your wedding ceremony readings goes beyond mere words; it is a reflection of you and your partner’s unique connection, expressing your shared memories, dreams, and aspirations. In this blog … Continue reading Expressing Love in Words: Choosing Wedding Ceremony Readings

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12 Beautiful Commitment Ceremony Ideas (2024)

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See unique event venues Commitment ceremonies are a beautiful way to show your commitment to your partner without dealing with the paperwork headache of a legally binding marriage. Ahead, we share our top 12 commitment ceremony ideas for a perfect day of sharing your love with your significant other.

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What is a Handfasting Ceremony? (And How To Do It!)

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Are you planning a handfasting ceremony? Read our essential guide to handfasting rituals from what to do to where to get a hand-fasting cord.

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Complete Handfasting Ceremony How To Guide + Sample Script

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then a handfasting ceremony may be right up your alley. As weddings become more personal and unique, ceremonies are following suit — from symbolic tree-planting rituals to meaningful unity ceremonies. And there’s one ancient custom that modern couples can’t get enough of: a hand binding ceremony.

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Ceremony Reading: My True Love

One Fab Day

My True Love by Sir Philip Sidney is an immensely romantic wedding ceremony reading about two lovers pledging their love to one another.

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Ceremony Reading: Ordinary Morning by Joyce Grenfell

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Ordinary Morning sung by English singer and writer, Joyce Grenfell, works well as a ceremony reading, but is also beautiful when sung.

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Ceremony Reading: Peelings

One Fab Day

The ceremony reading, Peelings by Irish poet Seamus O'Rourke celebrates how little gestures of love can be the loudest.