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Our wedding trends and tips change, evolve and we invite you to visit frequently, send the wedding fairy, PJ your new ideas and trends for other brides, couples and families! Just like a wedding theme, a wedding venue, there are new and old wedding traditions. Yes, you can mix them OR NOT! Discovering your wedding style means not having the usual cookie-cutter wedding, it means it's your wedding, it should be your style. If you're low on imagination, we'll loan you ours! Make your wedding unique, make it memorable, make it different from the last wedding you or your guests attended.
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Your Sand Ceremony with PJ Wedding sand ceremony are meaningful and trendy and should match your wedding style. It's tradition in lieu of unity candles, play with sand not fire! Your sand ceremony requires colored sand, the perfect vase or container and possible talismen. The sands of time: it's a song, it's a book, it's in the movies. It's part of cultures, it's different colors and different textures. Make your sand special and unique, it can be natural, the composition can vary on the locale, local rock sources and conditions. It can be non-tropical like silica - a minerals associated with health benefits, found in nature as sand or quartz. In our bodies, it's a chemical compound that holds us together. Another common sand is calcium carbonate (i.e. aragonite) created over the past half billion years with forms of life, like coral and shellfish. We think of it as "you're adding your story to history!" It's a primary form of sand where reefs dominate ecosystems like the Caribbean and Mexico. Here We Go: Select, compare and choose your themed container, also choose a permanent vase or container for your keepsake unity sand creation. See our "How to Step-By-Step"
Tying The Knot in a Wedding Ceremony Tying the knot is a Primary Option in this wedding ceremony. A fisherman's knot is tied by the couple after the exchange of the vows and rings. Use large colored cords to tie this knot while your officiat reads the commentary explaining why this Knot. The theme of the commentary is that like a fisherman's knot, marriage strengthens and supports the couple through life and, like the knot, their marriage grows stronger under pressure. See our "How to Add the Tying of The Knot" to your wedding ceremony and Commentary"