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The Wedding Bell

The Belltower Chapel and Gardens
April 10, 2017 Ceremony Trends Blog No Comments

From wedding cake toppers to engravings on the invitations, wedding bells are often part of the wedding decorations. Where does this tradition come from? Bells were regularly sounded by churches to announce the time of day or to announce an event. Different rings proclaimed different events. In Celtic times, the bells were rung before a […]

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The Unity Heart

Unity Heart
January 6, 2016 Ceremony Trends Blog No Comments

 What is the Unity Heart? The Unity Heart is a beautiful symbol assembled in the wedding ceremony, illustrating how two hearts destined for each other became one. It is a lasting reminder that will be placed in the couple’s home reminding them of how two hearts entrusted themselves to each other and now they beat as one. […]

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When And How To Select Your Officiant

Wedding Officiants - Andrews Wedding Ceremonies
September 21, 2015 Wedding Planning No Comments

When And How To Select Your Officiant Selecting the officiant is one of the most important decisions for your ceremony. But many times, this detail gets lost in the excitement of wedding planning. You want your ceremony to be memorable and meaningful, so it’s important to find the right person for you! Here are some tips […]

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Should I Have A Wedding Rehearsal?

September 17, 2015 Ceremony Trends Blog No Comments

The Wedding Rehearsal Apart from the day itself, the rehearsal is the most important part of your wedding experience, even if your wedding party is small with only one or two bridesmaids and groomsmen. If your wedding party is very small, you might not need a ceremony coordinator at all, but it is still good […]

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Writing Your Own Wedding Vows

Truelove Photography Andrews Wedding Ceremonies
September 3, 2015 Ceremony Trends Blog No Comments

Writing Your Own Wedding Vows Writing your own wedding vows can add a beautiful, personal touch to your ceremony. Although it might seem to be a daunting task, it doesn’t have to be. All you need is some time, a computer and an Internet connection. If you are up for the fulfillment and challenge of […]

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The Unity Cross

The Unity Cross-Andrews Wedding Ceremonies
August 19, 2015 Ceremony Trends Blog No Comments

What is the Unity Cross?   The unity cross is a special touch that can be included in the wedding ceremony. It helps illustrate how two become one in marriage. Like the unity candle, the unity cross portion of the ceremony can include the family: The two mothers bring both sections of the cross to […]

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Planning A Wedding Ceremony

October 10, 2014 Wedding Planning No Comments

You’re getting married! As a wedding officiant, I look forward to helping couples make their wedding day one of the happiest in their lives. Planning a wedding ceremony is at the heart of the day’s celebration, so the wedding officiant needs to make sure that it’s planned thoughtfully and thoroughly with your input. The officiant’s goal is […]

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Lucas & Brooke

December 17, 2010 Ceremony Trends Blog No Comments

Lucas and Brooke had their wedding in September at the Chapelle des Fleurs. Great location in Flower Mound that will attend to your every need. Brooke and her mother, Patricia, worked extremely well together and such a pleasure to experience. Patricia was Brooke and Lucas wedding coordinator and took care of everything so the couple […]

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Justin & Anna

December 7, 2010 Ceremony Trends Blog No Comments

What a wonderful wedding this was. Anna and Justin planned everything really well and in advance. Although they had a little mishap in the beginning with their reception venue going out of business, they bounced back and secured The City Place on the 69th floor in Dallas. The ceremony was held at Trammell & Margaret […]

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