Rabu, 04 Agustus 2010

Incorporating the Unity Sand Ceremony into Your Wedding


The Unity Candle Ceremony is a part of many weddings, that symbolizes the couple's shared commitment to uniting their lives. The unity sand ceremony is a variation of this traditional ceremony, but instead of using a unity candle, flowing sand becomes the symbol of unification. The Unity Sand Ceremony has skyrocketed in popularity after it was performed during the 2004 wedding of The Bachelorette star Trista Rhen and Ryan Sutter.

A beach wedding is the perfect setting for the Unity Sand Ceremony, however more couples are opting to include the unity sand ceremony as part of traditional church wedding ceremonies. If you would like to include in a church ceremony, it's important to check with your place of worship to ensure that the Unity Sand ceremony can be incorporated into wedding vows.

HOW THE UNITY SAND CEREMONY WORKS:
1) The Groom will commence by pouring a portion of his into the central glass vase.

2) The Bride will follow by pouring a portion of her also into the central vase creating a layered effect.

3) To complete the ceremony, the Groom and Bride simultaneously pour the balance of their sand into the central container.

4) Following the wedding, the accessory vases can be used to display fresh flowers while the central vase will remain a cherished keepsake of your wedding day.

The Wedding Superstore carries a couple of different designs for Unity Sand Ceremony Sets: The Unity Sand Ceremony Nesting 3 Piece Vase Set and the Heart Shaped Unity Sand Set. The sets can be personalized with names and a date or initials. Each set includes accessory or nesting vases that allow children to be invited to take part in the Blended Family Unity Sand Ceremony. There are a variety of Unity Sand colors to choose from, that will coordinate with your wedding.

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