The Unity Ceremony is such a meaningful part of your wedding ceremony; and while the unity candle is a tried and true tradition some modern brides are opting into some other unique unity ceremony options. Check out these four ways to pledge your unity during the happiest day of your life!
First let’s talk about the tradition of the unity ceremony. Traditionally this has been candles and the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom bring the separate candles to a table at the altar. The individual candles symbolize the Bride and Groom and their separate lives and interests and then they unify and light one bigger candle to symbolize their new life starting together as one.
Whatever you choose to do to unify your marriage make it special for you and your groom. While your whole day should be about you, the ceremony is really a place where you should do whatever makes you happy and whatever makes you feel comfortable to commemorate your day!
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Whether it’s four feet ankle-deep in mud, tenderly clasped hands, a happy tear cascading over a cheek, a hair-back laugh or a sun-drenched kiss,
The ones that move you. Bind you. Bring you together and keep you together long after the memory fades.