Kindred geeky von dweebies! You and I have to discuss these nerdy wedding bands. In case you’re anticipating proposing with a brilliant nark ring. There are a lot of quirky wedding bands sitting tight for you and your partner. 20 geeky wedding rings that will enchant your Player 2 Fellow nerdy von dweebies! You and I need to talk about these geeky engagement rings. If you’re planning on proposing with a golden snitch ring or tying the knot with these “I love you” and “I know” rings… there are geeky wedding rings waiting for you and your Player 2. When Find Out More
Photos by the couple! The Offbeat Bride: Chelsey, Editor/Account Executive/Retail Manager Her offbeat partner: Mike, Production & Inventory Manager Date and location of wedding: Viva Las Vegas Weddings, Las Vegas, NV — April 8, 2016 Our offbeat wedding at a glance: We live in Colorado and our family is on the east coast. We decided to have a planned campy retro Vegas elopement with an Elvis impersonator and just the two of us. Our friends/family reception is this October in Asheville, NC. Our theme evolved on its own: The American Dream. We are huge fans of Hunter S. Thompson, Find Out More
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Sound Bites Grill in Sedona, AZ Singer Songwriter “Jackie Venson” Live August 5th, 2016 If you are going to be visiting Sedona, AZ on Friday, August the 5th, and love Indie Blues you will not want to miss the Austin-based singer, songwriter, and musician Jackie Venson sizzling up the stage at Sound Bites Grill! She will be performing as a trio in the Sound Bites Grill Celebrity Show Room and tickets are only $10 in advance and $15 at the door! The show kicks off at 7:00 pm so make your plans today and call 928.282.2713 to purchase your tickets Find Out More
In a sea of Spring and Summer weddings, stand out and plan your big day for Fall. The warm color palettes, cozy details, and turning leaves make for a gorgeous celebration. We put together our favorite Fall inspiration from real weddings so that you can get some ideas for yourself! The original article will have more of these pretty picks.
The Sand Ceremony is a very popular wedding ritual. In this ritual, the bride and groom each come to the ceremony with a vessel filled with sand of a certain color. The different color sands in the separate vessels represent the uniqueness and the wholeness of each individual. If children are involved in the new union, they may each have a separate vessel of their own with their unique identifying colored sand. Bride and groom, then, each take turns holding their vessel and speaking of who they are as an individual, including their hopes and dreams for the future, as Find Out More
I really love this tradition. It’s based on Old Time agreements. Apparently, once you gave your word on a deal, you secured it by taking some salt out of your little salt pouch and putting it into the pouch of the person you were making the deal with. You could break your word whenever you wanted–you simply had to remove your exact grains of salt from his bag of salt. Impossible. Your word was your Word. A vow was a vow. No breaking it. The salt covenant comes from this tradition. In the ceremony, both the bride and groom blend Find Out More
Wedding Rings are a symbol, a daily reminder of the Marriage Vows you have taken. There are many lovely Ring Vows. Here’s a very sweet example: Groom: With this ring, I give you my promise that my heart will be your shelter, My arms your home. We will walk together through all things. Know that you are deeply loved. I feel honored to henceforth call you my wife and fortunate to forever call you my Love.
Wedding rings are so personal and they say so much. They are a symbol of the vows you have spoken. We very rarely have the opportunity in life to give our vow. Marriage is sacred in many ways. One of them is the vows. A vow is way more than a promise. A vow is your word. Not to be taken lightly. We must consider deeply and know our hearts truly before we make take such a serious step in our lives. That’s why the rings are so important. They are a daily, minute-by-minute reminder that we made such vows. Find Out More
I love the Sedona “wedding walk”–the new Mr. and Mrs. strolling towards their new life together. It’s like the first dance here in Sedona. This one is under the big shade trees of Oak Creek at Red Rock Crossing. The bride and groom are always in a happy haze. “We did it! We’re married!!” Such a joyous walk in such a beautiful place. This photo brings back happy memories as the groom had contacted me seven months earlier from active duty in Afghanistan. I prayed for him until the moment he called me stateside and said, “I’m back, Reverend Iala. Find Out More
Marriage is the great leap of faith. That’s because when we marry we promise to love each other–not only as we feel today–but as we intend to feel for a lifetime. With our Sedona weddings, we celebrate the love that will grow and deepen over a lifetime. The leap of faith is a good thing. On your wedding day, it is a jump for JOY! May you always remember the Joy that set wings to your feet. Amen.
Here are two excerpts from our Sedona Celtic Wedding, the Sacred Union Ceremony and the Faery Blessing, that can also be used in elopement, commitment and vow renewal ceremonies. May the Winds of communication blow ever between us; may the Fires of love sustain us; may the Waters of life heal and soothe us; and may the strength of the Earth bind and steady us throughout our time together. And here is the beautiful Faery Blessing: Above you are the stars below you are the stones as time does pass Remember Like a star should your love be constant Like Find Out More
Wintertime wonderland wedding! It took a lot of trust on the part of our bride and groom. All day long it was raining. Just before the wedding, it turned to snow. And there we were in a beautiful Winter Wonderland. Truly Sedona does not do ugly. She is beautiful in any weather and every day! Our bride and groom were thrilled. Snow is Sedona is fairly rare–they definitely were blessed. No one even felt the cold. In fact, the bride wore open-toed shoes through the snow drifts. We were on a a snowy Cloud 9. And all the pictures are Find Out More
Fall is a very special time in Sedona. The weather is perfect with temperatures in the low 80’s and the bluest skies you have ever seen. Sedona’s Red Rocks stand out crisp and clear in this autumn light. A Sedona Wedding in the autumn is truly magical. Any time of the day is special. Early mornings have a glow that feels other worldly. Sunsets are full of reds and golds and magenta. The sun is kind and gentle in the fall here in the high desert. All of our Fall Bride’s shine with an inner and a very serene Find Out More
There are so many lovely wedding traditions that you can add to your ceremony to add richness and color and to express your uniqueness and your love in a fuller manner. These traditions come from a variety of cultures and historical times. A very popular one is the Unity Candle and a lesser known one is the Honey Ceremony. The Hindus have a lovely tradition called the 7 Steps. The Rose Ceremony is a sweet reminder of your wedding day throughout your life. There’s the Hand Fasting tradition from the Druids and the Sand Ceremony, which is colorful and leaves Find Out More
Sedona Destination Weddings are a feast for the eyes — and the nose! Take a peek at some of our stunning Sedona wedding bouquets… Sedona Destination Weddings provides wedding bouquets and boutonnieres that are always fresh and amazing. Just tell us your color preferences and special requests and we’ll deliver a fragrant piece of walking art. And our flowers add more than a layer of pleasing aroma — they also provide wonderful pops of color in photos of your special day. Our Sedona Spirit Package includes a bouquet and boutonniere–or you can add flowers to any of our packages. Including the Find Out More