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BlueMoon Wedding & Event Planning offers a variety of ceremony types as part of our wedding packages. Whether you're looking for a traditional ceremony a modern twist, or something in between, we've got you covered. Our packages also include animations to add an extra touch of magic to your special day. Contact us to learn more about our ceremony options and how we can help make your wedding unforgettable.

{ Traditional }

A traditional wedding ceremony typically includes a formal exchange of vows and rings between the couple, often led by a religious or civil officiant. It involves a procession, readings, and the pronouncement of marriage, followed by a celebration with family and friends. Traditions vary by culture and religion.

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{ Nessuin (Jewish) }

A Nissuin wedding ceremony, part of a Jewish wedding, includes the chuppah (canopy), where vows and the ketubah (marriage contract) are signed. The groom places the ring on the bride's finger, followed by the Sheva Brachot (Seven Blessings). The ceremony concludes with the breaking of the glass.

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{ HandFasting }

A handfasting ceremony is a symbolic ritual where a couple's hands are bound together with cords or ribbons to signify their union. It often includes vows and the exchange of rings, emphasizing commitment and unity. This tradition is common in Pagan and Celtic weddings.

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{ Poly }

A polyamorous wedding ceremony celebrates the commitment of multiple partners. It includes the exchange of vows and rings among all members, symbolizing their unity and love. The ceremony often involves elements from traditional weddings, reflecting the unique bond and inclusive nature of the polycule.

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{ Unity Candle }

A unity candle ceremony involves the couple each lighting a candle, then together lighting a larger central candle. This act symbolizes their individual lives joining as one. Typically included in Christian weddings, it represents unity and the merging of two families.

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{ Sand Ceremony }

A sand ceremony at a wedding involves the couple each pouring different colored sands into a single vessel, creating a layered, intertwined design. This act symbolizes the blending of their lives and families into one. It's a visual and lasting representation of their unity and commitment.

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{ Collaring }

A collaring wedding ceremony involves the dominant partner placing a collar around the submissive partner's neck, symbolizing their commitment and bond. This act, often accompanied by vows and the placing of the collar, represents trust and dedication, blending traditional wedding elements with BDSM lifestyle practices.

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{ Turning }

A turning ceremony involves a ritualistic transformation, often seen in vampire-themed weddings. One partner, typically the vampire, bites the other, symbolizing their transition and eternal bond. This act, combined with traditional vows and ring exchange, signifies a unique commitment to a shared immortal life.

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