Toronto Marriage Officiant
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Modern Toronto Marriage Ceremony
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My mission and approach
I have performed countless weddings in the beautiful city of Toronto if you’re having a rooftop wedding, Toronto is the perfect location to have your ceremony. Please contact me to see if I am available to officiate your ceremony if so let’s get together for a coffee and we can discuss ways to make your ceremony the way you’ve pictured and always envisioned it.
keeping it simple
Tree Planting Wedding Ceremony
The Tree planting wedding ceremony is something that can be done after the ring exchange it’s quite simple and unique. The couple will require a tree pot, two containers of soil and two containers of water. The officiant describes and explains what this ceremony symbolizes. The pouring of the water and the soil into the tree part signifies the hard work, love, the nourishment of the couples marriage and relationship.
The tree then becomes a symbol of the love that the couple has forged on their wedding day. Just like any tree in nature, it requires adequate sunshine nutrient soil and sufficient water so too does marriage. It requires hard work dedication and patience love and kindness and just as this tree in time will grow and produce fruit the same will happen in marriage.
vows typically are 90 seconds
Should I write my own vows and how long are they typically?
Writing vows may be difficult for some and easy for others, It all boils down to your comfort level and your personality types. If you are naturally outgoing and are not shy speaking in front of people and expressing your emotions, I recommend you write your own vows. If you both feel it doesn’t reflect who you are and wouldn’t feel natural for you, then I recommend you repeat traditional vows. Personal vows can range anywhere from 30 to 120 seconds. They may be written in a mix of a story format and promises. Here is a sample of vows that would be repeated after the officiant.
” I promise to always stand by your side as your partner, your love and your best friend. I give you all my trust and all my tomorrows. I promise I will always cherish you and I promise my love for you is forever.”
If it reflects your personality
Should You Write Your Own Wedding Vows?
I would easily say of 50% of couples write their own wedding vows. If you are shy in front of people and you’re not the type really express his/her emotions then you can simply use the traditional repeat vows provided in the ceremony sample resources. If you do decide to write your own vows please watch the video, it provides a complete guideline as to how to structure your vows and what length they should be.