Category Archive

Ceremony Advice

We’ve got SO much wedding ceremony advice like how to write wedding vows, tons of vow examples, plus ceremony scripts! We’ve also got info about handfasting and other unity ceremonies. Oh and of course wedding readings! But maybe the most important post of all is Wedding Ceremony 101.

Ring-warming ceremony: a meaningful alternative to the unity candle

The concept is simple: near the beginning of your ceremony, have your officiant let your guests know that your rings will be making their way through the assembled guests, with an invitation for each guest to hold the ring, say a silent prayer/blessing for your marriage, and then pass it to the next guest.

Planning a sincere-but-theatrical wedding

Planning a sincere-but-theatrical wedding

If you or your beloved is a performer by trade, how much of the wedding is a “performance”?

How to tell dad that another man is walking you down the aisle

How to tell dad that another man is walking you down the aisle

“How do I tell my biological father that another man is going to walk me down the aisle?”

Introvert wedding advice & weddings for shy people

“My fiance and I are both are very anxious about being the center of attention. Besides cutting down the guest list, do you have any brilliant ideas for how we can pull this off without getting ulcers from stage fright?”

Genuinely touching zombie wedding vows and ceremony

Family members can get concerned when you say things like, “We’re going to have zombies in our wedding vows!” But here’s solid proof that your vows can include zombies and still be touching and heartfelt ceremony.

Why put a ring on it? Go for a wedding anklet

In the past, I’ve answered advice questions from folks who are like “We don’t want to exchange rings! How do we do a ceremony without wedding rings?” Well, here’s one more idea to consider: a wedding anklet.