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How to Plan a Perfect Wedding Sand Ceremony A wedding sand ceremony is expressed the joining together of two people or two families. It is a simple yet incredible idea. Each of the partners sand pours a different colored sand into one clear vase in turns. The sand so poured forms different layers in the vase. Sometimes the couple is the one that pours the sand and in other times the children of the couple or the parents join in the pouring each with different color sand. The different colors represent the harmony in the family. The sand is used in place of candle where the couple lights one central candle together. The sand is better because you can take it home for memories while the candle will just burn. Again when it comes to the outdoor wedding, sand is resistant to the wind unlike the candle which will be difficult to light in the wind. During the ceremony each couple is handed a vessel with a different color of sand, and after a few words from the presiding officer, they pour into one vase one at a time. One of the couple in most cases the groom starts by pouring the sand into the central vase. The bride then pours hers as well which forms a separate layer. If they are accompanied by other family members, they each pour their sand into the central vase. When the couple is not joined in the ceremony by the other members of the family; they pour in turns until they finish. That makes the sand form a mixture of colors at the top which represents the united family. The couple would like to be the ones doing the final pouring. Others like doing it with all the family members. The sand ceremony can be done at any step of the wedding ceremony. It can form a charming routine at the reception. Most people prefer to have the ceremony conducted soon after they exchange their rings.Most would prefer to have the observance immediately after they exchange their rings. That makes the sand ceremony look like the crowning bit of the entire service. Each participant should have sand with a different color. The sand will be according to the vase that is carrying it. The and can be available in any shop that sells bridal accessories. You also need a vase for every person that is participating in the ceremony. You also need a central transparent vessel where all the members will pour their sand. If you are doing a church wedding you may need to place the sand somewhere near the altar. If you place them on a table it can be the one used for the service. It is usually better if the couples can have the vases made with their names on them. In religious ceremonies the priest can pour white sand first as a sign of the presence of God.A Simple Plan: Ideas

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