Post # 1
Has anyone done this in their ceremony?
What was your experience?? I really want to do this but I am scared people will have no idea what we are trying to do since it’s not that common and we are not doing programs. Did you announce it and say prayers/vows while they were going around?
Post # 3
We did this. Our officiant informed guests what we were doing and told them a little bit of information about it. We did it at the very beginning and she continued the ceremony while the rings were being passed around.
Post # 4
@mandb122: How many people attended your ceremony? How long did it take to get around?
Post # 5
@baileyryan12: We had a very small wedding, I think there were 18 people besides us at the ceremony. It took maybe 5 to 7 minutes if that but I’m not sure because I wasn’t really paying attention. Our ceremony was only about 15-20 minutes and I doubt it took more than half of that time.
Post # 6
I am thinking of doing this but was worried about ho long it would take as well. I think I would love for our immediate family to warm/bless the rings instead of the entire wedding guests that way it means that much more and takes a little bit less time. We’re also doing the unity candle but I am liking the ring warming more because it allows others to get involved.
Post # 7
If anyone wants ring warming wording for their ceremony please send me a PM with your email addy and I will send you my packet of unity ring warming wording.
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rosehill Community Center
I don’t know where I saw it, but a long time ago I saw a picture of someone’s ring warming that was basically like a guestbook station, but the rings were tied to a tree with signs indicating what the deal was and what was expected. I think I might try to do something similar, because I don’t want to take up too much time during the ceremony with it, but I really love the idea and meaning behind it.