This gender-neutral wedding ceremony script includes Pagan and Norse traditions, references to Doctor Who, Stranger In A Strange Land, Star Trek, and Tom Robbins, and more. Plus, a hilarious “we doo-doo” instead of “We do”!
We decided to have a very intimate wedding with under 15 guests. We came across endless inspiration for unity ceremonies, but none of them were quite right for us…. until we found the idea of a rose ceremony.
Unity ceremonies choke us up, but unity chemistry experiments also make us say “Oooh! Ahhh!” Here are half a dozen easy-to-accomplish science demonstrations for your wedding.
This was the vow renewal dream come true for Mehek and Lokesh who, seven years earlier, had a very traditional Indian wedding. They said they felt like they were living their own Bollywood dream by renewing their vows in Paris. You’ll definitely want to see the bright pink details and a fabulously detailed bouquet. They toasted with rosé champagne and ate cake on the Champ de Mars after the ceremony.
Craft beer has been such a huge part of our relationship that when we were planning our wedding (featured here!), we wanted to include it somehow. I suggested a unity beer ceremony, but we couldn’t find any wording online that we liked. We ended up creating our own from scratch, complete with our own unique brand of humor.
Brittany and Matthew’s wedding at The Engine Room in Georgia had some seriously rad elements including an electric car for the ring bearer, a 3D-printed rose gold wedding band, geometric and metallic decor elements mixed with chiffon in an industrial space, and a homemade photo booth. But their glowing science experiment unity ceremony stole the show for us. So much of it was DIYed because the pair is super crafty. So it made total sense to craft up a unity ceremony, too.