OK, you're getting married, selected a place and a date. Now, who is going to marry you?? Selecting the right person to perform your wedding ceremony can make the difference between a great ceremony and an OK ceremony. Either way it will be memorable. The question is; How will your wedding ceremony be remembered? Here is a list of questions I've compiled that you should consider asking before signing a contract with an Officiant. These questions can be asked on your initial call before you actually meet. Based on the answers you receive, you may want to move forward with this person or move on to the next one on your list. • Contract? Do I really need a contract? Simply put, Yes! You need to protect yourself and your wedding day. Your contract is your guarantee that you get what you and your Officiant have agreed to. Contracts are...
Have you ever wondered why things are they way they are at a wedding? For example, why does the bride stand on the left? Why is the ring worn on the 3rd finger of the left hand? Here are a few of the little known (or remembered) facts surrounding weddings. * Why Does the Bride Stand on the Grooms Left? Wedding lore tells us that hundreds of years ago, kidnappers often absconded with the bride in order to steal her dowry. So, in order that the groom might keep his sword arm free, the bride stood on the other side - the left. Today, in spite of the fact that the groom rarely wears a sword, nor needs to fend off attackers, you'll almost always see the bride standing on the groom's left. It's also traditional for wedding guests to follow suit - the bride's guests and family sit on...
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