Wedding Readings Don’t Need To Be Religious.
You may wish for your vows to be self composed, traditional, cleverly or even humorously worded in order to reflect both of your personalities as a couple. You may even wish to have romantic or deeply emotional words spoken during your day. At the end of the day it’s your decision, and I am one celebrant of many who are here to help you through an abundance of choices in order to arrive at a your ceremony that truly reflects yourself and your partner.
As well as vows, many couples choose to have a family member to read literature, yet sometimes it may be better to ask your experienced celebrant to deliver it in order to add a special meaning on the day, especially if you cannot find anyone to read it for you. Your wedding ceremony is about the both of you, and is a personal expression of both of your beliefs, your relationship and your own traditions.
Have You Considered a Wedding Reading Yet?
When you consider the aspect of a reading during your wedding ceremony, what has stopped you? Is it the thought that they may be religious orientated and your wedding is far from it? Or perhaps you may be tired or bored of hearing all the same readings from other weddings?
Wedding readings don’t need to be religious to be read at a wedding ceremony. Did you know that many readings can be anything from a collection of quotes, love letters, lyrics, and even dialog from your favorite movie?
When choosing your wedding ceremony readings, you can:
- Have a reading produced especially for your ceremony.
- Use whatever words which suit your special day or are meaningful to you both.
- Allow your personalized reading create a unique statement on your big day
- Never allow yourself to be limited to your own choice of words, especially when it’s about the love that you share between yourself and your partner. Is there a favorite song that you both share? Or perhaps a quote that has inspired you both? It’s important that you choose the perfect words that will reflect both of your feelings and your beliefs to those around you.