In my 243 ceremonies I have performed the weddings that have stood out to me is the ones that include the wedding guest in some way during the ceremony, it is important to make them feel that there presence is important to you on your most special day. Read more
By Terry Brady
On the subject of wedding vows——
As we all know, the part of a wedding ceremony that holds the greatest significance is/are the wedding vows.
By Cynthia Rensink
Wedding Planner, Everlasting Elegant Wedding
“Mawage. Mawage is wot bwings us togeder tooday. Mawage, that bwessed awangment, that dweam wifin a dweam..” This is a line from a classic love store “The Princess Bride” (1987). Read more
By Celebrant Toni Hassett
Of Unforgettable Ceremonies
As brides and grooms create wedding ceremonies that reflect who they are as individuals and as a couple, an increasing number of them are incorporating symbols as a visible sign of their love. Tokens of love enable a couple to take the invisible and intangible – their love and devotion for one another – and illustrate these feelings in a tangible way. Read more
Don’t Forget Your Programs
By Kristen Janes of Kio Kreations
While you are checking off your long list of wedding to-do’s, just don’t forget the ceremony programs. Programs are a great way for communicating who’s who and what’s what on your wedding day.
By David Rothstein of David Rothstein Music
By Kristina Nemetz, Catering Manager at Arrowhead Golf Club in Wheaton, IL
Your wedding day on average will consume over one thousand hours of time (yes that searching on the Knot does count) and you will spend more money than you will ever care to admit. Here is a little secret that will save you time and money…have your ceremony and reception at the same location! Read more