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Wedding Flourishes – Ways to enhance your wedding: Part 2

Posted by on Nov 16, 2014 in Blog, Commitment Ceremonies, Renewal of Vows, Weddings | 0 comments

Wedding Flourishes – Ways to enhance your wedding: Part 2

by Robert Moore   Remember, that in Part 1 we learned that Flourishes are ways to make your wedding more personal, more meaningful, and add greater feeling and emotion to the ceremony. A Wedding Flourish is a short or small ritual action, which symbolises what has just been said. (Warning! – This can often be the moment when the tears can begin to flow, as the ritual act connects the head and the heart.) Part 1 of this post dealt with the various forms of the Unity Ceremony. This part will outline some other flourishes that can add to emotional intensity of a wedding ceremony.  ...

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Wedding Flourishes – Ways to enhance your wedding: Part 1

Posted by on Nov 1, 2014 in Blog, Commitment Ceremonies, Renewal of Vows, Weddings | 2 comments

Wedding Flourishes – Ways to enhance your wedding: Part 1

by Robert Moore   Wedding Flourishes are ways to make your wedding ceremony more personal, more meaningful, and add greater feeling and emotion to the ceremony. A Wedding Flourish is a short or small ritual action, which symbolises what has just been said. (Warning! – This can often be the moment when the tears can begin to flow, as the ritual act connects the head and the heart.) Probably the most common wedding flourish is where Dad is asked, “Who brings this woman to marry this man?” Dad says, “I do.” He then joins the hands of the bride and groom, and in doing so, he is...

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