General Order of Ceremony

Your wedding ceremony can go for as little as 5 minutes to up to 45 minutes or so, depending on how much you want to include in your ceremony.  Most ceremonies will usually last between 20-30mins.  Your ceremony can become longer with the inclusion of readings or poems by a family member or friend.   I will work with you to develop a ceremony especially for the two of you. That said, there is a suggested general structure for a wedding ceremony as follows:

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  Welcoming by celebrant 

  Giving away 

  Introduction by the Celebrant



  Declaration of intention to marry 


  Ring Exchange 

  Announcement of marriage / Kiss / Signing of Register

  Apart from the monitum and vows everything else is optional.

  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
  • Time capsule
  • Cultural rituals

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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