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The Role of a Wedding Sand Ceremony.

 

For a lot of years in the past, the Unity Candle has been used as the symbol of the unity of two families that has their children marrying each other. We have seen a change in this tradition as an increasing number of couples have blended families that with more than one set of parents. Many times, the step-parents will be there at the ceremony. Rather than having to select the person to light the two candles which represent the family of the bride and that of the groom, you can think of creating a unique style of all the family members.

 

An increasing number of couples are choosing to have The sand ceremony wedding Ceremony in their celebration rather than the lighting of the Unity Candle. Whereas some might not have heard anything about this ceremony, it is getting very much popular more so in the beach weddings. A table is put close to the front of the site of the ceremony and can be decorated with the theme of the wedding which you have in mind. At the middle of the table, a single vase is put. This is the only traditional part of the ceremony since the vase will hold the individual gifts or the contribution from every special individual that will partake in the ceremony.

 

Normally, the couple will pick the two colors of sand with one being for the family of the groom and the other for the family of the bride. As every parent walks down the aisle, they walk to the sand table and put a small amount of their color of sand, alternating colors which is a symbol of the unity of the two families. The smaller vase can be carried by the parent of the bride, and the groom can pick to set the containers around the Unity vase on the table. In doing that, the parent can just walk to the table, pick their designated container that can be labeled with place card holders and put the sand into the Unity Vase on the table.

 

Also, an increasing number of couples include their grandparents into the ceremony be it they are still present or gone. If the couple decides to represent every generation, they ought to include a small container of sand for the representation of the grandparents also.  Be sure to check out this website at http://www.encyclopedia.com/social-sciences-and-law/anthropology-and-archaeology/customs-and-artifacts/marriage and know more about weddings.

 

After the parents are seated, the celebration of the marriage happens. Towards the end of the Sandsational Sparkle ceremony, the couple walks to the table and pour into the other two containers of sand and then seal the Unity Vase.

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