(Closed) Candle lighting ceremony

posted 8 years ago in Decor
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

We’re having it our wedding, it’s a big tradition. It is performed to symbolize the joining together of the two families, and their love for the bride and the groom, into one united family that loves the new husband and wife. More often it is to symbolize the union of two individuals, becoming one in commitment. The popular explanation is that the taper candles are lit by representatives from each family to symbolize the love and allegiance that each family has for either the bride or the groom. As the bride and groom use these two flames to light the unity candle, they bring the love of both families together in a united love of the new couple. Generally, the two tapers are left burning and replaced in their holders (because each family’s love for their own will continue).

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