A quick and clear explanation of a Beach Wedding Ceremony STEP-by-STEP.
This is the part where everyone walks down the aisle and takes their places for the ceremony. You each make your way to the altar separately, symbolizing the fact that you’re coming from different backgrounds. In a Christian procession, the bride is escorted by her father, while the groom waits for her up front. In a Jewish procession, both the groom’s parents escort him down the aisle, and then the bride’s mom and dad walk with her.
You’ve heard it a hundred times: “Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today….”
Your Master of Ceremony may take this moment to emphasize the significance of the vows you’re about to exchange. This may also include a reminder of your duties and roles in marriage.
Your vows are your promises to each other. You may repeat the familiar “to have and to hold, for better or for worse” vows, or recite ones you’ve written yourselves.
As you exchange rings, you typically say, “With this ring, I thee wed.”
The Celebrant makes it official (“I now pronounce you husband and wife”).
And now the moment everyone’s been waiting for: your first kiss as a married couple.
Your Celebrant wraps things up with a few last words and, for a religious wedding, a blessing.
Basically the reverse of the processional, you exit the ceremony together as husband and wife, followed by the wedding party.
Now that you know more about how stunning and emotional can be a Beach Symbolic Wedding Ceremony, just book your flight, choose your wedding venues in Phuket and contact Wedding Boutique for your unforgettable wedding in Thailand!
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