Fredericksburg Texas Hill Country Wedding Ceremony
Plan your Texas Hill Country wedding
ceremony here. Be sure to schedule your wedding early.
"We couldnt have had a better
time. Everything was perfect. Thank you for the months of work and preparation for our
wedding. I know I wont ever forget our wonderful time. I hate to leave every time I
come here. Everyone worked so hard, as did your community of friends to help make
everything work out so smoothly and elegantly. Thanks so much for everything." --Love
Rachael & Edward
Your first decision is to decide the type of wedding ceremony you wish to have. Once that is decided you must select a site, and if you are are having a traditional church wedding you will probably want to choose another site for the reception. Plan ahead, as the availability of locations are frequently booked months in advance.
Even if your are planning a traditional church ceremony you can still personalize the service. Your religious officiant can help you decide what options are available. If you are are not of the same religions consult your respective church official to determine how the service can be combined to satisfy both parties.
A traditional ceremony follows the following structure:
InvocationThe bride and groom will be announced by the official and welcome guests and deliver the invocation.
Interrogation and the Presentation The bride and groom will be asked if they are wedding of their own free will and inquire if any guests present has any reason the couple should not wed. If so they should speak now or forever hold their peace. Then the bride will be presented by their parents for family members for marriage.
Vows The officant will explain the meanings of the vows after which they will individually affirm their commitment to one another by responding to the questions asked by the officiant.
Exchanging The Rings The couple will exchange rings placing them on each others hands while repeating the phrases said by the official.
Closing The couple will be declared officially married followed by the well known and long-awaited phrase` "The groom may now kiss his bride." This is followed by a processional.
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Updated: AUGUST 8, 2011