(Closed) How to include mom…

posted 6 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
315 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 1997

@CrochetLulu:  Hi, besides Sand, Wine and candles there are these that I use….

  • Wedding Lasso – (a length of cord/ribbon [anything like that] that is made in to a loop. The loop is then twisted into an infinity symbol and one side is looped over the bride’s head and the other over the groom’s. Usually the couple is either seated in chairs or kneeling on pillows.)


  • •Rose giving – (Exchanging a rose with your new spouse as your first gift to each other. You will then every year on your anniversary exchange a flower again.) This can also be turned around to being the first gift the couple as husband and wife give their mothers or other special women in their lives.


  • Handfasting – (Wrapping your hands in ribbons or cord, showing you are each bound to the other for life. Handfasting is a symbolic ceremony to honor a couple’s desire for commitment to each other; to acknowledge that their lives and their fates are now bound together.)


  •  •Wedding bell – (A bell is presented to you and hubby as your first gift. A Celtic Tradition has it that every couple should receive a bell as a wedding gift. When a disagreement takes place, one of the couple rings the bell to end the discord and declare a truce without an admission of fault.)


Post # 4
77 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

You could have both of your parents walkdugout down the aisleand have his parents escort him down.

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