The Rose Wedding Ceremony
is a visual representation of the love the couple have for one another. Roses have always symbolized love and beauty. It is important to include this love and the love of the families that are to be united on your special day!
The Rose Ceremony may be easily customized for your personal preference or family situation as it is incredibly versatile. There are no rules as much as guidelines which will assist in the creation of the most meaningful ceremony possible. Rose Ceremony Set includes:
- (1) Large Center Vase
- (2) Smaller Side Vases
- (1) two-tone Laser Designed Personalized Wooden Stand
- (1) Paper Promise Card
- (2) Vase Medallions with Ribbon and Sample Wording.
- Note: Roses not included.
Personalize the Rose Ceremony Set with custom line of text. This will appear along the bottom of the wooden stand. Consider the couples names, wedding date, or choose a thoughtful message. Suggested Rose Ceremony Guidelines:
The Red Rose Promise Card should be filled out prior to the ceremony. The card is intended to be a signed and dated keepsake of the wedding day.Step 2:
A rose should be handed out to each individual that will be included in the ceremony. Those included might be family members, children or even the bridal party. (This is determined by the preference of the couple.) The Officiant will then place one rose in each of the outer vases to represent the couple.Step 3:
At a pre-chosen time, those that have been given a rose will place them into the central vase as a representation of the love they have for the couple. As an option, the couple may choose to collect the roses from the individuals and place the resulting rose bouquet in the central vase themselves. Step 4:
After the vows have been completed and the Officiant announces the newlyweds, they will then each be handed the roses from the outer vases, while the guests are informed of the meaning behind the ceremony. It is appropriate that the first gift the couple give to each other as newlyweds should be love. As a single rose carries the meaning “I love you”, they will then exchange their roses and give the greatest gift that either one of them has to share.Step 5:
After the exchange has been completed the couple will then place their new rose in to the central vase, merging their love with the love of their family and friends. Alternatively the couple may choose to present their symbolic rose to their parents as opposed to adding it to the bouquet created in the central vase. Creative Tip:
If the couple will be including their roses in the bouquet, choosing a different color of rose will allow them to stand out. A preserved single rose or rose petals added to the Promise Card before tucking it away will serve as a loving keepsake from this romantic ceremony.
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