Fun wedding ceremony unity activities!

Why is there a unity activity in a wedding ceremony?  It’s a simple of not only two people uniting as one, it’s also the unification of two families.  In a tradition unity ceremony, each of the couple’s moms would light a candle.  Later in the wedding ceremony, the bride and the groom would take the candle their mom lit, and then together and at the same time, light one, unifying candle.  Two flames become one, never to be apart.

That ceremony has evolved into fun, unique ways to do something together that can never be undone. 


Bride & Groom golf swing unity ceremony

Golf anyone?  These two LOVE to be active, and are no strangers to the game.  Their guests look on as photographer Mark bravely set himself in front of hem to catch this fantastic shot of their tee-off into the depths of Clear Lake.

As these two tied the knot in their new yard, they decided to plant a tree.  Well… in this shot, they were watering it together, which is a great sign of nurturing their relationship.  The tree was planted the next day, just a few feet away from their house, where they would be able to see it daily, a reminder of the commitment to grow together as years go by.

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A common unity ceremony is the pouring of sand.  With a separate color for each person, once the sand is mixed, it can never be separated.  In this case, the couple wanted to include their children into the activity, and it was a beautiful thing to watch.

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This was fun!  Her dad coached her hockey as she grew up, and he played.  It was only fitting, with hockey being such an influence, that they have an official puck drop to begin their reception.  oh… and by the way… SHE won the faceoff!  Photo by Mark Willis Photography

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