Interfaith Wedding Ceremonies

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Feb
21

I am a non-denominational wedding officiant and so an interfaith wedding ceremony is something that I do often.

Many couples want a ceremony that reflects their spiritual or religious beliefs but don’t want to get married in a church. I understand that interfaith weddings can be a very sensitive subject with two different religions and two sets of families with differing opinions.

I love these weddings because there can be customs and traditions from both sides that make a beautiful and loving ceremony that is uniquely yours.  I like to include  things like unity candles, wine sharing.  oriental tea (sake)  ceremonies,  the Chuppah (the arch)  with  all it represents in a couples’ relationship  Families can be a part of your ceremony by beautiful readings both romantic and spiritual.  Asking them to be a part of your ceremony goes a long way in joining the families.

I am respectful of all beliefs and will work with you to create a beautiful and meaningful wedding.

 

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