Wedding Ceremony Traditions

Your ceremony is a big part of your wedding day. Have you pictured what your ceremony will be like? Here is a list of some of our favorite new ceremony trends.

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  • Wine box ceremony

The bride and groom write love letters to each other, place them in a box with a bottle of wine and seal the box. The couple then opens the box on their 5th wedding anniversary to read the lets from one another, drink the wine, and reminisce about their wedding day. The couple then writes 2 new letters, with a new bottle of wine and reopens it on their 10th year anniversary. It is a ceremony tradition for couples to celebrate every 5 years.

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  • Sand Ceremony

The bride and groom each have a glass full of a different color sand. The color of the sand is usually the wedding colors. The couple then places an ornate vase or glass container in the middle of their two vases of sand. During the ceremony they pour sand into the single vase alternating the colors. This symbolizes the two becoming one.

 

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  • Tree Planting Ceremony

A tree planting ceremony is where the bride and groom plant a tree during their ceremony into a pot. They each take turns filling the pot with soil and watering the plant. This ceremony symbolizes the growth of their marriage, and what it will become. When the tree gets bigger they will then plant it, as a symbol that their love will grow forever.

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  • Flower Ceremony

A flower ceremony is one of the most loving ceremonies because it involves both the couple and their families. The bride and groom have a vase between them filled with a little bit of water. The couple exchanges roses with each other as a gift, placing them into the vase. They then pass flowers to their soon to be in-laws. Their family members would then place their flowers in the vase, making it complete. This ceremony symbolizes the family coming together as one. After the wedding you can

preserve the flowers as a keepsake. We offer floral preservation here at Leigh Florist. For more information, visit our website