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    sometimes the location is everything... no decor needed! this ceremony took place in a beautiful wooded spot behind the couple's home!

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    Rock 'n' Roll Theme Ring Bearer - nice variation on this. what key is it in?


    Circle Of Love- as guests arrive they are invited to contribute a flower to the circle that will surround the couple as they exchange their vows. Excellent way to include guests and to mark a space in the outdoors.-at

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    Circle Ceremony - love this. the ceremony is the most important part of the wedding - if you don't believe that - try having a wedding without it.

    floral garland draped tree as a backdrop for a ceremony

    ring out the old and ring in the new - incorporate bells into your wedding ceremony

    Ceremony in a labyrinth - love this idea!

    Show that you can weather life's storms together under a ceremonial umbrella | Offbeat Bride

    some of my straight couples have mentioned their support of marriage equality - you may like this idea (I do)

    Tips for how to best use flowers in your ceremony (and a little history, too!)

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    Celebrants are a wonderful choice for your ceremony! Lois is the best in the biz!

    Chocolate Ceremony; what a great unity ritual!

    We can create a beautiful keepsake copy of your vows. Bonus is that you can read from this during the ceremony. Lends significance to your moment and feels 'spiffy' too!

    Some great details about the Sand Ceremony

    Wedding Quilt. Couple asked guests to send a piece of fabric with their response cards. this quilt is the result. Love it! The blanket could then be used for a unity ritual during the ceremony. A beautiful symbol of the love and support of loved ones surrounding the couple. Seen on

    Smart stuff! Little flat stones for your bridesmaids to stand on during the ceremony. (So their heels don't sink into the ground!)