RITUALS & ELEMENTS

My couples love the personal touches

Thank you so much for Saturday. It truly was an amazing day that just went so well…I love the candle and certificate you gave us. 

Thank you for making our wedding day so special.

Kate
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01.

HANDFASTING

Hand fasting is an ancient ceremony. It has links to Celtic and Pagan times, and is present in some form in all cultures across the globe.

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JUMPING THE BROOM

The earliest accounts of jumping or stepping over a broom to signify marriage date back to the 1700s. Couples married over a broom as their beliefs prevented them from being officially joined in matrimony in the eyes of the Church.

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OATHING/NAMING STONE

The ancient Celts believed that stones symbolised eternity, and that a vow or promise made holding a stone was all the more binding.

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SAND CEREMONY

Celebrate the joining of your family with a unity sand ceremony in the colours of your choice, or just say a simple ‘I still do’ – the choice is yours.

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UNITY CANDLE

Your vow renewal should reflect who you are as a couple and your shared tastes, so each one is unique and unlike any other. These couples both chose a unity candle ceremony, but the candles and style was uniquely ‘Them’.