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Academy Hotel
Contact: Suzy Esposito
8110 N Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
719-598-5770
800-766-8524
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Pinecrest Event Center & Chapel
106 PInecrest Way
Palmer Lake, CO 80133
 
719-357-8613

A Pikes Peak Wedding
Contact: Sally Thurston
402 Manitou Avenue
Manitou Springs, CO
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719-685-3899
800-398-7949
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Denver Darkroom Weddings
Contact: Standish Lawder
4037 Tejon Street
Denver, CO 80211
An intimate reception location at an exceptional value.
303-455-3232

 
  Alps Boulder Canyon Inn
Contact: Jeannine Vanderhart
38619 Boulder Canyon Drive
Boulder, CO 80302
303-444-5445
800-414-2577
 
 

The Wedding Unity Ceremony

Although there are basic requirements to make a marriage legal, there are several ways you can personalize your ceremony with unity celebrations. Most people have seen a unity candle ceremony, but did you know there are other types unity ceremonies? Couples and their wedding officiates are creative and several variations on the unity ceremony have evolved over the years.

The fundamental message of the Unity Ceremony is “joining together of two into one”. The “two” can reflect the Bride and the Groom, the family of the Bride and the family of the Groom or even Mother, Father and respective children. While the meaning is always the same, a range of different accessories may be used to create your unique demonstration.

Unity Candle Ceremony
The unity candle ceremony consists of individual taper candles that are used simultaneously to light a central pillar candle. The mothers of the Bride and Groom or other significant members from each family light the taper candles early in the ceremony. Another option is to have the Bride and Groom light each individual candle and then jointly light the central pillar candle. Often, verses are read or special music is played during the lighting of the candles to express the union of two into one.

Unity Sand Ceremony
The Unity Sand Ceremony has become very popular in recent years. It's perfect for outdoor ceremonies where weather can create issues with lighted candles, and it creates a memorable keepsake from your ceremony.

For the Unity Sand Ceremony, select three decorative glass vases and place one color of sand into one vase and a second colour into another vase. This is designed to represent the Bride and Groom. At the appropriate point in the service the Groom pours a portion of his sand into the third vase. The Bride then pours a portion of her sand in on top of the Groom’s in the third vase. To conclude the Bride and the Groom jointly pour the remaining sand in each of their respective vases into the central vase. The commingling of the coloured sand is an impressive demonstration of two into one. When children are involved, simply add additional colors of sand and incorporate the children in the Sand Ceremony. It is a safe and meaningful way to symbolize the new blended family.

Your vases can be engraved with initials, names or the wedding date making them a spectacular keepsake for years to come. Unity sand ceremony vases and supplies are available at WhereBridesGo.com.

Rose Unity Ceremony
Colored Roses are also sometimes used to create a memoriable unity ceremony. A series of three interlocking vases are used for this ceremony. The Mothers from each family place roses in the outside vases. These should be different but complementary colors and should include one rose for each member in the immediate family. One rose in each group can be identified with a personalize ribbon. This will symbolize the Bride and Groom. At the suitable time, the Bride and Groom will remove their rose from the family vases and replace it in the central vase signifying the blossoming of their new family.

The resulting floral display makes a beautiful addition for the Head Table or Guest Book Table at the Reception. Following the event, you can preserve the roses by hanging them upside down in a dark location. What a wonderful contribution to your box of keepsakes!

Other Colorado Rocky Mountain Wedding Ceremony Venues - Request Your Free Basic Listing

Double Top Ranch
Judy Pauly
6475 CR 740
Crested Butte South, CO 81224

970-349-7367
EagleVisionQuest Life Ministries
Rev. Bob Dierking
PO Box 2003
Canon City, CO 81212
719-276-3832
Eldora Mountain Resort
Renee Berglund
PO Box 1697
Nederland, CO 80466
303-440-8700
Ford Alpine Gardens in Vail
970-476-0103
Gretchen Abernathy
Universal Life Church
99 Reliance Drive
Breckenridge, CO 80424
970-453-6893
Keystone Resort
877-625-1540
Lower Lake Ranch
Ellen
11883 S. Elk Creek Rd.
Pine, CO 80470
303-838-6622
Piney River Ranch
970-477-1171
Rocky Mountain Lodge Episcopal Church
100 S. French Street
breckenridge, CO 80424
970-453-4264
St. John The Baptist Episcopal Church
100 S. French Street
Breckenridge, CO 80424
970-453-4264
St. Mary's Catholic Church
109 S. French Street
Breckenridge, CO 80424
970-668-3141
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