wedding. Wednesday , September 27th , 2017 - 22:59:16 PM
The bride and groom sit next to each other in a Mandap, and the wedding rituals are performed in front of the sacred fire, which is believed to be the witness of the holy rituals. The priest chants mantras, and amidst the chanting of mantras, ululation of women, and the blowing of conch shells, the wedding is performed. Saptapadi or seven steps are taken by the bride and groom together, where they take rounds of the sacred fire and seven mounts of rice. During the Saptapadi rituals, the bride and groom make wedding vows to each other. The wedding vows are the form of commitment which the bride and groom make for their future life.
It goes without saying that the centerpiece should fit in the overall theme of your wedding reception. Best way to achieve this, is by making it yourself. This allows you to capture the exact mood of your wedding. There are various materials you can use: vases, mirrors, candles, flowers, glasses, fruits, etc, etc. Arrange them any way you like to create the perfect centerpiece for your wedding reception. You are only limited by you own creativity.
Religious Traditions that can Also be Secular : As we know in mostly ceremony all things are similar, there are some religious traditions that you might see in a religious marriage ceremony that can also be added to a secular ceremony. Ex: lighting a unity candle, this is similar Christian weddings but you can do at secular ceremony. You can add some addition things like present flowers to loved ones, and whoever is performing the ceremony typically will give a speech, just as a pastor would give a sermon.
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