Rose Ceremony

Red rosesThe Rose Ceremony is simple yet profoundly moving. The couple exchange two red roses, symbolizing the giving and receiving of their love for each other throughout their entire married life. 

As with all ceremonies, there is great flexibility in how you share this moment together, but there are also steps to follow to make it easier. 

The roses are your gifts to each other, which you generally exchange near the end of the wedding ceremony. They represent your love without words needing to be spoken and it is that symbolism that they can provide you with throughout your entire marriage. 

When you take your roses home, you find somewhere to put them that you both acknowledge as a special place within your house. 

At any time during your life together, one or both of you may choose to place a rose in this same place in order to remind your partner of your love - the love celebrated and strengthened on your wedding day when the first roses were first exchanged. No words need to be spoken, but it can be anything from a kind remembrance on any given day, to a powerful gesture amidst even the most challenging of circumstances. 

 

Testimonials

" Matt and I would like to say thank you for conducting our Wedding ceremony so beautifully last Thursday. We have been told by many of our guests that it was one of the loveliest ceremonies they had seen. "

- Melissah and Matt

 

" Hans & I would like to express our deep gratitude for the wonderful ceremony you conducted for us yesterday. It was exactly what we were hoping for & we couldn't be happier. "

- Helen & Hans

 

" Lots of people were realy impressed with your work. "

- Phang & Scott Pimlott