Planning the Wedding YOU WantAt the heart of a wedding is a relationship—and that is what the ceremony should reflect in every way. Your wedding should be as unique and special as your love is. If you want to plan an unforgettable day, start with the heart.
This is your day. When you’re planning your marriage ceremony, it can feel like the to-dos and checklists are endless. There’s always more you could be doing, more you could be planning and organizing. But at the end of the day, it’s about you and your relationship. It’s not about impressing people with your perfectly iced cake or your breathtaking venue, it’s about honoring your love. This means crafting a ceremony that reflects your relationship and is as unique and special as your bond is. Don’t lose the spirit of the day by getting overwhelmed by details that may not matter to you.
It’s the essence that matters. Your wedding day isn’t meant to be a social event. It’s meant to be an emotional experience and an expression of your love. Relationship expert and “love doctor” Daphne Rose Kingma is here to help you plan a day that is a deeply moving experience—one that you won’t even need photographs to remember (but of course, they’re still nice to have!). She reminds us that it’s the essence of the ceremony that matters. And this comes from the words that are exchanged in your wedding vows, the atmosphere you create, and the love generated through each special moment. Whether you want a traditional wedding or a contemporary ceremony, there is a way to celebrate the day that is true to you.
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Five different types of ceremonies you can useInspiration and examples of vowsWorksheets to guide you through creating a personalized wedding dayReaders of books like A Practical Wedding Planner, The Bride’s Instruction Manual, Love Poems, and The Knot Yours Truly will love Kingma’s Weddings from the Heart.