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Wedding Service Outline

Do you wish to create your own wedding service outline? Great. There’s no better way to really individualize your exchange of vows than to handpick the elements of the wedding outline.

However, coming up with where to start and how to order the events can be really a daunting task! No matter what your religion is, rituals, or any other readings you prefer, most wedding ceremonies do follow the same basic, traditional outline sample.

Wedding Service Outline

To help you get started with this, the Designed Dream team crafted a general wedding ceremony order that you can use in order to build your own wedding from the ground up. Please see our frequently asked wedding questions section, in order to get even more information on wedding planners.

Wedding Ceremony Order of Events Template:

  1. The Welcome

When all the visitors are seated and you are both at the altar, the officiant will welcome and thank the guests for attending there. This could be short or lead to a longer excerpt which explains your relationship story and explains how you eventually stood together at the altar.

  1. The Readings

Whether your wedding ceremony readings are gathered together or split between your officiant’s address (which might take a while to explain how you read), pages from beloved novels, music lyrics, religious pages, or any other text you wish to share are the wedding ceremony readings. Find talks that allow you to support the meanings of marriage for you and your two or that represent something important.

  1. The Vows

If one part of the event is expected to have the most importance, that is. If you write your own vows, use conventional sentences, or surprise each other at the altar, these are the obligations that you want to carry on.

  1. The Rings

Bands of weddings are a sign of the promises that you just exchanged. They are also substituted when you say something that fits the line “this is my wife and I take you to be my husband.”

  1. The Pronouncement

The officiant may accompany your vows with last words, or you may skip the ring exchange and have a married couple formally pronounced.

  1. The Kiss!

You waited for the moment! This magical lip lock is the final episode of the wedding ceremony. Seal with a kiss your wedding vows, then you must go back to your hall and resume the gathering.

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