Wedding Commissioner in Fort McMurray, Alberta
Marriage Officiant Ceremonies
During this ceremony, vows are spoken directly to the children and speak of guidance, role modeling, encouragement, support, and love.
The bride and groom exchange two red roses, symbolizing the giving and receiving of their love for each other throughout their entire married life. You may also choose to present roses to your parents or mothers ingratitude of their love.
Honor Your Mother
This ceremony is a great way of honoring the Bride & Groom’s mothers or other family members during a wedding ceremony. The Rose or Flower ceremony allows the bride and groom a way for them to show gratitude for the love bestowed upon them.
This ceremony consists of lighting two candles by the couple or two family members. After the pronouncement, the bride and groom light the unity candle with these two lit candles. The Unity Candle symbolizes the separate lives, families, and experiences you have had before the wedding day.
This is a festive way to transition to a reception. Champagne flutes are presented to the couple and their guests. The bride and groom toast to one another for the first time as a married couple.
Wine & Love Letter
Like a time capsule, letters to one another are locked away in a keepsake container to be re-opened at a later date as a way to celebrate and remember your love and feelings for one another at the time of your wedding.
This is for the bride and groom to share their first drink together as husband and wife, and to show the coming together of two families.
Breaking of the Glass
In this tradition, a glass is wrapped in the cloth and stepped on by the groom at the end of the ceremony. Just as the broken pieces of glass can never be put back together and returned to its former state, so the covenant of marriage irrevocably binds the new husband and wife in their new state of marriage.
The Sand Ceremony represents the joining together and blending of your lives. Two containers of sand are poured into a third vessel. As the grains of sand can never be separated and poured again.