Recent Wedding Ceremony Posts
Photos (from left to right): Aga Jones Photography
There’s no better way to symbolize your marriage than with a unity ceremony. Because after all, it is about two significant others becoming one, and two families being blended together. From foot washing and tree planting to candle lighting and sand combining, there are plenty of sentimental ideas out there. For example, Cameron and Christopher, above, performed the cord of three strands. “We each wrote our own vows, but didn’t read them to each other until that moment,” she said. “Hearing the vows for the first time and combining a cord of three strands (one for me, one for my groom, and one for God) into a knot during the ceremony allowed the reactions to be genuine.”
Photo: Kellie Michelle Photography
Hooray — now that those April showers are bringing May flowers, we can’t help but get excited for all of our favorite seasonal blooms. What if you’re looking for an alternative though? Consider candles! Here are 26 romantic ways to decorate (and add a flare) to your upcoming summer soiree.
Photo: Lauren Carroll Photography
It’s the moment after you’ve officially been announced husband and wife! Imagine walking hand-in-hand down the aisle as guests throw rice, confetti, or petals, blow bubbles, and wave ribbon wands or flags to enter you into the next chapter of your lives together. The facial expressions are priceless during the recessionals. Don’t believe us? Check out 40 of our favorites here.
Photo: Ampersand Wedding Photography
Just because Valentine’s Day is over doesn’t mean you can’t show your sweetie some sugar! Check out how these adorable couples became official during our favorite ceremony moment — the first kiss. You’re bound to see some fist pumps, leg pops, dips, and skips back down the aisle.
Photo: Sweet Emilia Jane
Considering all the WeddingWire photo galleries, real weddings, and styled shoots, any bride-to-be has plenty of inspiration to drool over, but what about the groom-to-be? That’s why we’re spreading the love with these 33 cool ideas that he (and his ‘men) can wear on the big day! Our favorites: seersucker, suspenders, cardigans, and stand-out socks.