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Planning an Excellent Wedding Sand Ceremony. A wedding sand ceremony is expressed the joining together of two people or two families. The idea may look simple but is very unbelievable. Each of the partners sand pours a different colored sand into one clear vase in turns. It appears in the vase in different layers. Sometimes the couple is the one that pours the sand and in other times the children of the couple or the parents join in the pouring each with different color sand. The different colors represent the harmony in the family. The sand is used in place of candle where the couple lights one central candle together. The beauty of using sand is that you can display the beauty in your home as opposed to the candle as it burns and blows out. The sand is not affected by the wind like the candle which is hard to light outside in the open because of wind. During the ceremony each couple is handed a vessel with a different color of sand, and after a few words from the presiding officer, they pour into one vase one at a time. Normally the groom is the one who starts pouring the sand. The bride then pours hers as well which forms a separate layer. The members of the family each pour the sand in one vessel in different time. When the other members are not participating; the couple pours the sand in turns to the empty vessel. That makes the sand form a mixture of colors at the top which represents the united family. The couple would like to be the ones doing the final pouring. Others like doing it with all the family members. Wedding Sand ceremony does not have to be at any particular stage of the wedding. It can also be taken as a separate ritual at the reception. A good number of people want the practice to follow the exchange of rings immediately. That makes the sand ceremony as the culmination of the entire exercise. Each participant should have sand with a different color. The amount of the sand is not unique; it depends on the container that you have. The and can be available in any shop that sells bridal accessories. Every participant is supposed to have their vase. The sand is supposed to be poured in one central and clear vase. If it is going to be done in the church, you need a small table placed near the altar. If you place them on a table it can be the one used for the service. Most couples prefer to custom make their vases so that they have their names engraved on the vase. For religious weddings the priest can start by pouring white sand as a symbol for God.The Essentials of Resources – Revisited

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