Jewish Groom and Catholic Bride Give Rev Pam 5-Stars

Rev. Pam is amazing! My husband is Jewish and I am Catholic. We wanted to ensure that our ceremony was meaningful – that it incorporated elements of both our backgrounds, but was unique and special. Continue reading Jewish Groom and Catholic Bride Give Rev Pam 5-Stars

Book Your Valentines Day Wedding NOW!

These packages go fast. $400 for you to elope and includes a wine toast and Rev Pam’s photo session with a valentines day announcement photo sent to your phone.  Continue reading Book Your Valentines Day Wedding NOW!

Rainy Wedding Day

Rain symbolizes blessings, cleansing, unity, and a new day. In some cultures it is also a symbol of Continue reading Rainy Wedding Day

Ring Warming

Having a ring warming in your wedding is a wonderful way to involve all of your guests in your wedding ceremony. A ring warming is when each of your guests gets the opportunity to hold your wedding bands and bless it with a prayer for a long and healthy marriage.  This loving tradition dates back to the continent of Africa in the country of Egypt.

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History of The Veil

According to www.weddingceremonyideas.info The Bride & Groom not Seeing Each Other Before the Ceremony comes to us from Jewish tradition.  But there’s more…

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The Claddagh Wedding Ring Tradition

The Claddagh’s simple and recognizable design displays two hands holding on to a heart, and usually it also has a crown above it. What this means is often said to relate to love, friendship, and loyalty.  Which in turn is what the ring stands for.

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The Great Rice Toss

Rice is considered to be a “life giving” seed.  It is thought that by throwing it on the couple they will be bestowed with fertility and have many children.   According to http://www.ehow.com The tradition of throwing rice goes back centuries. Ancient Romans would shower a newly married couple with wheat, which symbolized fertility.

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