BY REV PAM
I just wanted to rekindle the love I have for tradition and to let you open your minds to how you could personalize any or all of these amazing traditions to help create a marriage ceremony ritual that really touches your heart… and the hearts of your guests too!
Continue reading Old Traditions – New Small Wedding Ideas
Pagan Wiccan Weddings for Your Christian Family. Blessed be, Dear Lovebirds. Trying to have a respectable pagan ceremony with relatives that are Christian or of another path can often be challenging, But never fear, Rev Pam is here. ChicagoPaganWeddings.com Continue reading Neo-Pagan Wedding
The jump the broom ritual is an amazing addition to any wedding ceremony, regardless of faith, as symbolically the broom represents the sweeping away of the old and the welcoming of the new. But where do you buy the broom? Rev Pam has the solution… Continue reading New Handmade Brooms to Jump
When it comes to an age old world traditions, the sharing of the bread, salt, and wine in Poland dates far back into their history. Continue reading The Bread & Salt Tradition of Poland
Originating in Spain, the 13 coins wedding tradition symbolizes Christ and his 12 apostles. This wedding tradition is usually associated with Hispanic families and involves the groom giving the coins (either gold or silver) to his bride. Continue reading 13 Coins Wedding Tradition
INTERFAITH A beautiful (Christian) ritual but could represent any Deity /God that can easily be added into any wedding ceremony, the Gods knot is a symbolic ritual showing the individual is stronger with God at the center of the marriage. Continue reading God’s Knot Wedding Ritual
Why do people go on honeymoons? After the wedding bells have rung, the cake has been eaten, the vows have been made, and the guests have gone, what is left to do? Honeymoon of course. Couples go on a honeymoon as a celebration of their marriage. It can be seen as the grand finale or the icing on the cake to the wedding celebration. But theres more…
Continue reading Honeymoon A tradition or a Must?
The custom of the groom carrying the bride over the threshold is a very old one. As rumor would have it, traditional European weddings were followed by bride kidnappings. So it was customary for the groom to whisk away with his bride and to hold her close so that no one could kidnap her.
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The French believed the blood vein on the left hand ring finger was the only vein directly to the heart that’s why we wear the wedding ring on our left hand.
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