What’s With a Wedding Sand Ceremony The Unity Candle has been used for several years to represent the union of two families whose children have decided to get married. We have been seeing some change in this custom as more and more couples have brought together more than one pair of parents. Step-parents, oftentimes, will be in attendance at the wedding ceremony. Rather than having to select who is going to light each of the candles representing the family of the bride and that of the groom, how about creating your very own special way of incorporating all the members of your families? A rising number of couples are deciding on the wedding sand ceremony for their celebration in lieu of the Unity Candle lighting. While some people probably haven’t heard of such a ceremony, it’s getting rather popular, particular in beach weddings. A table has to be arranged close to the front of the ceremony venue, which can be adorned with the wedding theme you have in mind. One vase is placed at the center of this table. It’s the only customary part during the ceremony because this vase is going to hold each of the donations or gifts from every special person who is going to participate in the ceremony. The bride and her groom will pick a couple of colors of sand to represent each of their families. While each parent marches down the aisle, he/she has to walk towards the table and then pour in an insignificant amount of the color of their sand, switching colors to represent their families’ becoming one.
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The smaller containers may be conveyed by the parents, if not the bride and her groom may opt to arrange the containers on the table round the Unity Vase. The parent can then simply go to the table, get their containers which they will be able to identify with card holders, and dispense the sand into the unity vase. At the same time, more couples are incorporating grandparents, whether they’re present in the wedding sand ceremony or no longer around. If the couple would want to represent each generation, they will have to include a little container for the sand that will also represent their grandparents.
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The celebration of the wedding take place as soon as the parents have been seated. The vanity vase is sealed after the couple pours in the remaining couple of sand before the ceremony comes to a close. The couple can even ask for the blessing of the vase, if they’re going through some religious wedding rites. The bride and groom will also have a beautiful cherished gift from their wedding ceremony to display long after the celebration is over. If the unity candle stands for the union of the two families as one, the same can be said for the unity vase. The couple is also going to have a wonderful gift from their marriage ceremony that they can display and cherish long after occasion is over.