With Halloween just around the corner, some couples are considering a themed wedding to add a sense of playfulness and humor, especially with the stress of the global pandemic.
Themed weddings don't need a specific holiday. They can be themed around anything including the couples favorite show, period in history, a beloved hobby the couple shares or the location of the ceremony.
It is important to avoid cultural appropriation when considering a theme especially anything
While I usually go by the title of Justice of the Peace, I can also serve as a celebrant in Vermont. A celebrant can include religious and cultural customs in your wedding ceremony. These gestures symbolize the unification your lives, families and communities. These can make a powerful statement about your relation. It can be a way to infuse your ceremony with cultural, religious or symbolism into a wedding.
1. Anniversary Box - Have a box that you and your spouse can put