Loving Each Other Feels Natural, Beautiful and Easy ...
So Should Your Wedding!
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding!
Entering into marriage and exchanging vows is the deepest and most profound spiritual merging to be entered into...
this moment is created out of the depth of love between two souls.
You are about to enter one of the most blessed and sacred paths that any two souls can undertake and share together, as you are becoming husband and wife.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Unique Wedding Ceremony Ideas That Will Really Wow.
your very own wedding love song to be played while guests are being
seated prior to your ceremony during your Unity Ceremony and/or then
again during the first dance together as husband and wife during the
wedding reception for a truly unforgettable wedding experience. Create an unforgettable musical experience by
combining your love story with storytelling and music. Every song is
100% unique, written and produced for you by passionate musicians.
Unity In Glass
Unity Ceremony is the most celebrated focal point of your wedding
ceremony. Make it last forever and beautifully with Unity In Glass.
Unlike other unity ceremony accessories that eventually end up stuffed
in the back of a closet, Unity In Glass is the ever enduring exception.
You'll be proud to display this elegant and timeless sculpture created
on your wedding day for all the years to come.
these beautiful custom wedding bouquet charms of your grandmothers
and/or dear family members to symbolize their walking down the isle with
This lovely and delicate custom embroidered baby blue bridal garter will fit in perfectly.
It used to be popular to throw rice at the bride and groom after the ceremony. Nowadays, most wedding venues no longer permit rice throwing.
However, the custom still fondly prevails, but with a the oldest of
customs making a big come back. Having your guests ring wedding bells
after the ceremony is a custom that has actually been around far longer
than the rice throwing custom. and it's absolutely lovely touch when
exiting the ceremony site.