You are unique. Why shouldn’t your wedding be?
Wedding sand ceremonies, also known as unity sand ceremonies, provide a unique element to your wedding that set you apart and create a lifelong keepsake to remember your special day.
If you’re thinking of giving a unity sand ceremony a go, we’ve written a complete guide that includes everything you need to know in order to plan it out perfectly.
The vows have been exchanged and things have settled down, it's your chance to create a more permanent design for your unity sand.
The question is how ...
With the endless color combinations for unity sand, it can be difficult to pick something that just feels right. If you are struggling to come up with a truly unique idea that will really pull your unity sand ceremony right from the very heart of nature, look no further than to animals for inspiration. Let your imagination turn to the beauty of animals and their many color combinations that just work.
By really getting and feeling a vision for the end result of your unity sand design, you can sort of work backwards from there.
Try to see a completed design first in your mind and heart. When you have an idea of what you want the unity sand vase to look like, it makes the planning process go along more smoothly.
Customize the emotion of your wedding through the power of music. By softly playing "your song" during the unity sand ceremony, it makes a sweet moment even sweeter. Music sets the tone of any event, adding sentiment and emotion, and couples often utilize the Unity Ceremony to play an especially personal song. However, if you and your Sweetheart don’t have a song, here are some things to consider.
For most brides in the United States, options for wedding dresses are endless. But, the common factor in a large majority of the dresses is their color. Wedding dresses in the US and many European countries are almost exclusively some shade of “wedding white”. You have to go out of your way to find a wedding dress in a different color! Why do women wear white dresses for weddings, and is it a common practice around the rest of the world too?
When Did Brides Start Wearing White?
It wasn’t until ...