Ceremony Library

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OK, here it is!  My top 26 creadings for 2019. Why 26 you ask?  Well it started at 12, then grew from there. Reading 1 Sooner or later we begin to understand that love is more than verses on valentines, and romance in the movies. We begin to know that […]

I just love to enhance the magic of your special day by providing you with the option of a keepsake ceremony certificate for ceremonies of any kind including marriage and/or handfasting certificate, baby naming, vow renewal and more. In a past technology career I was once a website developer and […]

Handfasting is a rural folkloric and neopagan custom, initially found in western European countries, in which a couple hold a commitment ceremony by tying the hands with woven or braided chord. The commitment may be seen as temporary and secular, or of a longer, spiritual variety, depending on the context. […]

Choosing / Writing Your Vows

Choosing and/or writing your own vows can be fun, and it’s really quite easy.  It can also be a meaningful exercise for you and enhancing to your wedding ceremony and your marriage. Vows are meant to serve you for your lifetime together. If you are writing your own vows, begin […]

Wedding Coins

In this old tradition, which originally seems to have its influences from both Romanization and possibly Brehon Law, the Groom presents his wife with a solid silver or gold coin as a token of their coming together. The gift is to show his willingness to provide for her, protect her […]

Important Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Date

There are many things to consider when choosing your wedding date.  Are you on a budget of any kind?  Or would you rather spend your money on other things than to go too extreme with your wedding day spending?  Would you like to ensure that your guests are not burdened […]

This is one for all the wine connoissuers out there .. inside a mini wine box place your love letters to each other along with your favourite drop of red .. who could think of anything more meaningful than your own time capsule to be opened on your 5 year […]

The Unity Candle Ceremony is a popular choice for any ceremony including non-Religious, Spiritual, Atheist, mixed faith or other ceremonies because like the sand ceremony, it is non-denominational and does not have any religious significance. The great thing about the Unity Candle ceremony is that there are no set rules. […]

A sand ceremony, or Unity sand ceremony, is a very beautiful way to declare your love for each other and further bind your marriage vows. Typically conducted after the vows and ring exchange, a sand ceremony includes a blessing or reading spoken by the Celebrant / Officiant, along with the […]

Oathing Stone Ceremony

The oathing stone ceremony hails from times of old where stones were considered sacred by the Celtic Druids. Many stone circles and megalithic sites still exist today, denoting the significance of stones ancient Celtic lore. It is believed by many that stones are able to store energy and even knowledge. […]