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Ready to start planning and personalizing your wedding ceremony? Whether you're having a religious, civil or symbolic ceremony, you'll find everything you need to make it memorable in these articles.
TraditionsWhat is a Tying the Knot Ceremony?
A tying the knot ceremony is an adorable way to take your wedding to the next level. Here’s the lowdown.
TraditionsWho Will Walk You Down the Aisle?
Is having your dad give you away a no-brainer, or is this decision more complicated? Choose what works best for you.
Traditions5 Breathtaking Ceremony Backdrops
The only thing that's just as romantic as a couple making a lifelong commitment to one another? The location they say their vows! These ceremony backdrops totally caught our attention.
Traditions6 Wedding Traditions - Explained!
From rain on your wedding day bringing good luck to the bride wearing something blue, these tales have been ingrained in our heads since we were little kids.
OfficiantsHow to Find a Ceremony Officiant
Your ceremony is a significant part of your wedding day, and you want to be sure each detail is well thought out. The first step is to find an officiant who can help give you the ceremony of your dreams.
Traditions8 Ways to Personalize Your Marriage
Your ceremony is the perfect place to personalize with special touches. Here are a few of our favorites:
Traditions5 Ways to Symbolize Your Marriage
The ceremony is a major commitment to not only your fiancé(e) but also to your family. Not sure how to symbolize it in a sentimental way? Here are five ideas:
Traditions6 Ways to Celebrate Religion at Your Same-Sex Wedding
Lots of same-sex couples are devout followers of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism or other religions, and they want their weddings to reflect this.
OfficiantsChoosing a Wedding Officiant for Your Same-Sex Wedding
The wedding officiant is experiencing something of a revival in weddings today, with more couples than ever selecting non-traditional officiants, like friends or family members, to lead their ceremonies.