Monthly Archives: February 2018

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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. […]

  Jumping the broom is a time-honored wedding tradition in which the bride and groom jump over a broom, typically at the closing of the ceremony. The act symbolizes a new beginning and a sweeping away of the past, and can also signify the joining of two families or offer […]