An ongoing, eclectic commentary on Unitarian Universalism, after retirement from active ministry--as I see it, practice it, and love it, with sidebars on life, love and the pursuit of happiness.
Joyful! And doesn't that say something about the friends of the couple -- supportive community!Nothing that dramatic, but for our recessional, The Husband and I pulled on matching "just married" sunglasses and exited to "Here Comes the Sun."Ah youth.
I love it! Thanks, LE.
Now *that* is a joyful wedding!
How awesome to see everyone going up the aisle with such huge grins!Of course this gives a whole new meaning to the term "wedding rehearsal," doesn't it?
This kind of energy at otherwise "solemn" ceremonies can be refreshing.
Wow! That looks like it was a lot of fun! I think I want to play that for the next couple who asks me how a wedding ceremony is "supposed" to go...
I so want to re-do the marriage vows and start out JUST LIKE THIS! Thanks for sharing!
Yahoo! What a fabulous processional. Thanks for posting this!
I knew you'd love it!
BAAHAHAA!! Now this is why Guy and I did an Elvis wedding in Vegas. We wanted to start our formal commitment to each other as a joyful and fun, not as a drab and yawny an stiff sorta of thing. Brilliant!!
I love it! This sort of joyful excess bodes well for their married life. They'll make it, I suspect.When Christina and I got married, the priest went through all the usual blessings - prosperity, children, and so forth - and then leaned down and said, "... and silliness." The perfect blessing. Looks like this couple has it in spades.
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