We can help you in organizing your symbolic ceremony wedding.

Cedenial of ministry weddding blessing ceremonyThe fact that no legal  requirements are involved, no documents need to be provided and as a legal consequence, no valid wedding certificate will be issued, does not mean that  you will not cherish in your heart forever and ever every single little moment of the ceremony that you have decide to share with your family members or that we have created just for the two of you.

Using a humanist wedding celebrant allows you to all the flexibility that you need and you are looking for you can free to organize your wedding blessing ceremony how you prefer with all your personal touches and personal toughts. The humanist celebrant will help you to have the wedding ceremony flowing and respecting you personal beliefs and lifestyle.

Our priority is to make each couple’s wedding the day that they imagine, Together we will create your own unique and special Wedding Ceremony. Your souls will be touched and You will share this special moment with the person You love the most.

A Celebrant-led Wedding blessings ceremony is also a perfect option for multi-faith/inter-faith couples who would like to acknowledge one or more religious backgrounds but for whom a fully religious service is not possible and for which a civil secular marriage couldn’t cater.

A few special options can personalize your wedding and make it extraordinary. Any wedding ceremony ideas are more than welcome to be added to the wedding ceremony itself. We can add the partecipation of your friends with reading and songs and acts.  Symbolic acts are very moving and can add a lot to a wedding. The most frequently used are the candle ceremony, the rose ceremony, the fasting of hands, the warmth of the rings ….. But every different cultures have different rhytes and we will be glad to organize it with you .

Love is a promise, love is a souvenir, once given never forgotten, never let it disappear. (John Lennon)

Wedding Rituals Ideas For Your Ceremony

What symbolic gestures can we include in our ceremony?

Sand Ceremony

A great replacement for the Unity Candle ritual, the Sand ritual has the same symbolic meaning and will give you a keepsake to take home. The sand ritual for wedding blessings consist of the pouring of two different-colored sands into a single glass container, symbolizing the combination of two individuals, the bride and the groom, into the single unit that is their marriage. The ritual is a great way to include children in the ritual, providing the opportunity to acknowledge their presence at the wedding and of course in the family.

Box Ritual Ceremony

A ritual offering the opportunity to celebrate in your future life together The box ritual is an splendid opportunity to embrace your inner romantic and write all about what you love in your soon-to-be partner. Find a great wine and wooden box, and at the ceremony your celebrant will instruct you to place your two letters in the box with the wine and hammer the box shut. You will open the box, share the wine and read your letters in 5 years to celebrate (so be sure to pick a wine that weathers well!)

Releasing of Doves Ceremony

The Flight of the Birds signify a new beginning!! A White Dove Release wedding rituals is one of the most exquisite additions to your wedding ~ It is by far the most spectacular of all, and certain to please your guests! Snow White Doves being released into the sky above will certainly make your wedding a glorious occasion! The "newly-united" couple emerge from the church to receive the well-wishes and blessings of their family and friends. They may opt for an appropriate poem of love to enhance the release and make the moment even more touching. One sample of a poem is: "Behold, you are beautiful, my love, behold, you are beautiful! Your eyes are as doves behind your veil." You can find several companies on the Internet who provide information on releasing Doves.

Candle Ceremony

A symbolic ceremony highlighting the new family still enhancing your individuality The bride and groom are handed two individual candles and helped light them: in turn, the couple lights the center candle, representing the unity of their new family. The bride and groom will not lose their personal identity, instead, they will use their individuality to create and strengthen the relationship of marriage by a wedding blessings. Therefore all three candles remain lit. The mothers, or the parents, may be included in this ritual, highlighting the heritage that is passed on.

Red Rose Ceremony

In the Rose Ceremony, the Bride and Groom give each other a Rose. Two roses are all that is necessary. The Rose .Ceremony is placed at the end of the ceremony just before being pronounced husband and wife. In the old language of flowers, a single red rose always meant "I love you". The Rose ceremony gives recognition to the new and most honorable title of "Husband and Wife".

The warming of the rings Ceremony

This is yet another ritual that gives you the opportunity to include all your guests in your wedding blessings ceremony. By passing your rings around in a satchel, your guests will have a few seconds to hold your rings in their hands to make their silent wish for your future life together, before passing them on to the next guest.

Jumping of the Broom Ceremony

The most widely known African-American wedding rituals is “jumping of the broom”. This takes place at the end of the ceremony when the couple is departing. What is “Jumping of the Broom”? This tradition originated during the time of slavery in the United States. Slaves, not having rights as citizens, were denied the legal or religious rite of marriage. It is a ceremony in which the bride and groom 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, and stepping over the broom to enter upon a new adventure as husband and wife. The straw end represents the brushing away of all their old cares and worries. The strong wooden handle represents the strength of your commitment to each other, and the straight, unconditionally committed path you will follow together in marriage. Some say that whoever jumps the highest will be the boss of the house! Friends and family members of the bride and groom soetimes decorate the broom for them.