Aug 20, 2013

The Sand Ceremony

The Sand ceremony is one of the most popular part of the wedding ceremony. The Sand ceremony fits perfectly into a beach wedding or an outdoor wedding. There are many options to the Sand ceremony. The Sand ceremony will make the wedding very unique. Bride and groom can customize it with the different texture of sand and add colors to the sand. Using different kinds of vases and coloring the sand, these will look elegant too.  They can bring the parents or the children into the ceremony which is really a nice touch.
The Sand ceremony 

The groom and bride will begin pouring the sand into the clear center vase together. The sand at the center vase will create a layer affect of different colors of sand. The the mixing of the colored sand represents the joining of the bride and groom as one, binding them into Marriage Vows. The bride and groom may pick what vows they would like to say to each other during the ceremony. 

After the ceremony, the two vases used by the bride and the groom can be used for flower vases while the center vase will remain a precious keepsake of the wedding. The center vase can be engraved with the bride and groom's monogram. If  they choose the Sand ceremony as part of the wedding ceremony, I'm sure it will make a lasting impression for all the guests around.

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