When it comes to weddings in Denver, Thornton and its surroundings, you should try us at Stonebrook Manor. We’re an award-winning wedding venue that is dedicated to the happiness of you and your guests on your wedding day. We’re also interested in the success of your ceremony and if you are interested in including a unity ritual, you can choose from any of the following 5.
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- The Sand Ceremony
Here, the couple mix two different colors of sand into one container, thereby symbolizing their lives and hearts entwined. Once combined, it would be next to impossible to separate the sand, just as the couple are so joined together.
- The Water Ceremony
Just like the sand ceremony, the water ceremony blends two colors into one. You should make sure you experiment with colors before the wedding so that the mixing gives a color you like. However, unlike the sand ceremony, where the result is clear layers and blended layers, the water will mix inseparably.
- The Wine Ceremony
The wine ceremony shows the merging of two into one by two wines being blended into one (possibly red wine and white wine). The couple then drinks from the cup that contains the blended wine. This sharing of a cup symbolizes togetherness.
- The Love Letters Ceremony
In this one, the couple write love letters to each other and then lock them in a box with a bottle of wine and some wine glasses. Later in the marriage such as a milestone anniversary, they can open it up, share a drink of wine, and read the letters they wrote for each other. You can also personalize the wine labels.
- The Unity Candle Ceremony
The Unity Candle Ceremony involves two taper candles and a large pillar candle in the center. At the start of the wedding ceremony, a member from each family lights the two taper candles, usually, this is the mother of both the bride and the groom. Later after the formal vows have been performed, the bride and groom use the two taper candles to light the large pillar candle together. The two outer candles represent the bride and grooms’ individual lives before the day of their wedding. The lighting of the Unity Candle represents all of those experiences and lives joining together as one.
When it comes to your wedding in Thornton, Denver, and its environs, Stonebrook Manor is the best location for you. But don’t just take our word for it, why not book a personal tour of our location to see for yourself? Give us a call today!