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A beautiful element incorporated into a wedding ceremony where the couple's hands are symbolically bound in marriage. ...
In traditional Celtic handfasting, the colors of the cords and ribbons that bind the couple's wrists all have special meaning.
The two separate candles symbolize your separate lives, separate families and separate sets of friends, in other words,
your lives before today.
Lighting the center candle represents that your two lives are now being joined together as one.
|Blending of the Sand
The flowing sand and blending of the colors in the Unity Sand Ceremony symbolize the bringing together of two lives into one.
The two sands symbolize everything that the bride and groom have been or will become in the future
|Veil, Cord and Coin ( Filipino )
This veil covers you today reminding you and us that Christ covers us in his love.
The cord is a symbol of your union, a sign of your bond to each other, your inseparable unity, and that you will walk this Earth
The Bride and Groom give each other coins as a pledge of their dedication to each other.
|Jumping the Broom ( African-American )
A ceremony in which the bride and groom, either at the ceremony or at the reception,
signify their entrance into a new life and their creation of a new family by symbolically "sweeping away" their former
single lives, former problems and concerns.
The Bride and Groom choose to give each other a rose, which is their first gift as
husband and wife.
Each guest is given a stone upon arrival. They are asked to make a wish for the couple as they
start their journey. The stones will be collected and put in a vase which will be given to
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