Choosing hymns for your church wedding might feel like a daunting task. What words do you want your guests singing in unison as you and your love stand at the alter together? Your best bet is to choose hymns that are meaningful to you. Was there a hymn that your Nan always hummed while making her homemade custard tart? Do you have memories of your Grandad belting out the words to ‘Amazing Grace’ on a Sunday morning in the church pew. Are there words that resound true for you still as you listen to the lyrics of a hymn? If so go with those. They will flood your service with meaning, memories and depth as you all join to sing together. And if you have no idea where to start, we’re here to help you. This could be the beginning of making hymns a meaningful part of family traditions within your new family, and having something as timeless as a simple tune to pass down for generations.Read More
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When it comes to choosing great wedding readings for your Civil Ceremony it can be difficult to know where to start. You want something that reflects you as a couple and that fits in with your ceremony. If you are brave, you could opt to give the choice to whoever you have asked to read at your ceremony and allow them to pick your wedding reading for you. If you want to choose your wedding readings yourself, then perhaps find a selection of great readings online and spend an evening with your partner reading them together over dinner.
To help you out we have chosen 5 great wedding readings that would be perfect for your civil ceremony, perhaps one of these is right for you.Read More
A lot of people get married in their local church for various reasons. Historically, it's where their parents or grandparents tied the knot, for it's central location in their town, for the beautiful architecture and classic look, and for personal religious values. Christians view marriage as a promise, commitment, or covenant not only between two people to commit themselves to each other, but to God as well. Believing God to be the centre of the marriage and the strength that keeps them loving each other unconditionally.
Therefore, churches make it a mandate to include a scriptural reading from the Bible for every church wedding ceremony. For some brides and grooms it can be an overwhelming choice. This is meant to give you a little help as you begin to look through the Bible for verses that speak to you and give your marriage meaning.Read More
The wedding ceremony is usually the first part of the day that requires music, and is perhaps the most important part of your big day, the part you will want to flow absolutely perfectly.
Whether or not you and your partner are huge music fans, music can play a huge factor at your wedding ceremony.Read More