6 Mistakes Couples Make When Planning A Non-Religious Ceremony
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Opening Words Good afternoon (morning/evening)! We are gathered here today, not to witness the beginning of what will be, but rather what already is! We do not create this marriage, because we cannot. We can and do, however, celebrate with ________...

Opening Words Good afternoon (morning/evening)! We are gathered here today, not to witness the beginning of what will be, but rather what already is! We do not create this marriage, because we cannot. We can and do, however, celebrate with ________...

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Planning the celebration that follows any religious ceremony can feel like a big job!  After all, religious milestones such as a baptism usually only happen once in a lifetime. Plus, loved ones come from far away to join in the special day and...

Planning the celebration that follows any religious ceremony can feel like a big job! After all, religious milestones such as a baptism usually only happen once in a lifetime. Plus, loved ones come from far away to join in the special day and...

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Since it's not going to be a religious ceremony, this is how the ring exchange will go. I don't know how you do the wording on the contract- if you have a specific layout you use- but if you don't, I would absolutely love to see some elements of this phrased into it.

Since it's not going to be a religious ceremony, this is how the ring exchange will go. I don't know how you do the wording on the contract- if you have a specific layout you use- but if you don't, I would absolutely love to see some elements of this phrased into it.

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I scoured the interwebs to find pieces to make up our personalized wedding ceremony that was non-traditional, non-religious, and non-boring. We twisted some traditions and added our own flair (cham...

I scoured the interwebs to find pieces to make up our personalized wedding ceremony that was non-traditional, non-religious, and non-boring. We twisted some traditions and added our own flair (cham...

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good backdrop idea for those who want a religious ceremony but an outdoor one too | Everest Road Photography  Read more - http://www.stylemepretty.com/texas-weddings/2013/08/06/amazing-race-wedding-from-everest-road-photography/

good backdrop idea for those who want a religious ceremony but an outdoor one too | Everest Road Photography Read more - http://www.stylemepretty.com/texas-weddings/2013/08/06/amazing-race-wedding-from-everest-road-photography/

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Papa Legba is a spirit often found in Caribbean religions. He is a "gatekeeper". He is called first in religious ceremonies because he is in charge of communication between the spirit world and the human world. His depiction varies depending on location, but his role is usually very similar. He has been compared to St. Peter, because he is in charge of entrance into the other world.

Papa Legba is a spirit often found in Caribbean religions. He is a "gatekeeper". He is called first in religious ceremonies because he is in charge of communication between the spirit world and the human world. His depiction varies depending on location, but his role is usually very similar. He has been compared to St. Peter, because he is in charge of entrance into the other world.

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Since it's not going to be a religious ceremony, this is how the ring exchange will go. I don't know how you do the wording on the contract- if you have a specific layout you use- but if you don't, I would absolutely love to see some elements of this phrased into it.:

Since it's not going to be a religious ceremony, this is how the ring exchange will go. I don't know how you do the wording on the contract- if you have a specific layout you use- but if you don't, I would absolutely love to see some elements of this phrased into it.:

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The wedding vase ceremony is a deeply spiritual custom performed during the wedding ceremony of some Native American tribes.   Whether a traditional or religious ceremony, the bride and groom will drink from each end of the wedding vase.  The vase signifies the the duality of marriage.

The wedding vase ceremony is a deeply spiritual custom performed during the wedding ceremony of some Native American tribes. Whether a traditional or religious ceremony, the bride and groom will drink from each end of the wedding vase. The vase signifies the the duality of marriage.

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