Sunday, June 14, 2009

Part 2- Mother Of Bride & Deceased Father Of Bride Gives Daughter Away! Dana Point, California

More To This California True Life Wedding Ceremony Story- After the TCN wedding officiant's questions of "Who presents", the Mother of The Bride lifted her arms toward the Dana Point harbour, and said, "I and her father do". Not only was the father of the bride's ashes scattered in the harbour some 9 years ago, but his ashes were also present in a religious symbol.

Part 2 Of The Story- A small cross tied with ribbon on mother of the bride's corsage, as a part of her wrist, also pointed to Dana Point harbour. Inside this cross was the bride's late father's ashes. The bride and her mother, Roman Catholic in faith, had long since cherished this religious piece as a daily reminder of their loved one. This wedding ceremony moment made even more meaningful to the bride and her mother through this gesture.

Conclusion- Including the happy remembrance of a loved one during a wedding ceremony can be done - Subtly or in more unusual way. Perhaps the above does not suit your requirements, but The Clergy Network Wedding Officiants of Southern California can help you to write the wedding ceremony which does.

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