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So many different ways to make your day special
Tying your hands together is an ancient custom, also known as hand fasting. From modern to Pagan, this is a wonderful ceremony and popular across the globe. You may like to create your own or I can help you to find the perfect supplier if you prefer.
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. It is a fantastic way to finish a ceremony – looks fantastic in photos too!
You can create your own broom or I will decorate one for you in your chosen colours.
Oathing stones are often held by a couple during their vows, or by the parents during their promises to their baby.
The ancient Celts believed that stones symbolised eternity, and that a vow or promise made holding a stone was all the more binding.
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. Sand ceremonies are popular for weddings and for baby naming ceremonies and are a fantastic way to represent everyone who was there to celebrate your special day with you.
Unity candles can be used for weddings, vow renewals and baby naming ceremonies. You begin by lighting a single candle each, to represent your individuality, you then light a joint candle, representing your united lives as a couple or as a family. I can either provide them for you at cost or point you towards some wonderful suppliers who will create your candle just for you.