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Emma machugh

on 13 June 2014

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Transcript of Engagement

The Wedding of Bear & Michelle
Venue: The Breakers Hotel
Invitations & Save the Date
Escort Cards
Guest Book & Pinwheel Fans
Royal Table
Table Numbers
Bridal Bouquet
Ready-wear Flowers
Caramel Cake with
Vanilla Buttercream
Dinner Menu
Hailey Paige Bridal Gown
Spring 2014 Collection
Amsale Bridesmaid Dress
Spring 2014 Collection
Groom's Suit
Tom Ford Fall/Winter 2014
Simple way to make
the groom
feel special...
Wedding Send Off
Special "His" Drink
Rhythm Collective from Elan Artists
Final Choice!
Wedding Band
Traditions & Culture
A handfasting ceremony is an ancient marriage ritual made popular in Ireland and Scotland during the Early Christian period. This symbolic lashing together of the couple’s hands is the origin of the familiar expression, “tying the knot.” Today, a handfasting ceremony is a beautiful and unique way to represent your union and honor your heritage. The ritual takes place during the ceremony, before the rings are exchanged.
A Ketuba is considered an integral part of a traditional Jewish marriage, and outlines the rights and responsibilities of the groom, in relation to the bride. It is signed before the Bride & Groom arrive to the ceremony location.
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