General Order of Ceremony

The Order of a Commitment Ceremony runs very similar to a wedding ceremony, depending on how much you want to include in your ceremony. It usually lasts between 20-30mins.  I will work with you to develop a custom ceremony.  A guide to the general structure for a Commitment Ceremony is as follows:

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  2. Welcoming by celebrant
  3. Introduction by the Celebrant
  4. Readings/Poems
  5. Vows
  6. Ring Exchange (if applicable)
  7. Announcing the couple’s commitment to each other
  8. The kiss

You can add any component to your ceremony, whether it’s a reading or a poem from a loved one, or music that is special to both of you.

If you would like to add any other special touch to your ceremony (as suggested below), I would love to discuss these with you:

  • Handfasting ceremony
  • Candle ceremony
  • Sand ceremony
  • Rose ceremony
  • Sharing of wine
  • Butterfly release
  • Dove release
  • Time capsule

If  you would like a more in depth description of the order of ceremony as well as some other great tips and tools for your wedding celebration please contact me.

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