There are so many options when it comes to making your wedding truly represent who you and your partner are, individually and as a couple.
And while there are plenty of decisions to make when it comes to florals, your cake, and your reception décor, perhaps one of the most meaningful choices you’ll make is what will be included in your ceremony. And deciding to include a unity ceremony is definitely one of the questions that will come up.
What Is a Unity Ceremony?
A unity ceremony is a symbolic ritual woven into the wedding ceremony. Among the most common unity ceremonies are handfasting, circling, lasso ceremony, and the lighting of a unity candle.
Unity ceremonies are meaningful rituals performed during your wedding to represent becoming a union. A unity ritual is certainly not required by any means, but there may be a ceremony option that’s the perfect fit for you and your partner, whether you’re looking for something religious, historical, or secular. Often, a unity ceremony allows for other family members to participate as well, furthering its meaning and representation of two families joining together. It may also be the perfect way to celebrate you and your partner’s heritage with tradition.
Whether you want to explore a tree planting ceremony, letter box ceremony, or even a Unity Ceremony using craft beer, check with your Wedding Officiant for ideas on personalizing your wedding ceremony.