A wedding prayer is a prayer, poem or special thought spoken during a wedding ceremony. The wedding prayer is typically spoken by the officiant, a close friend or family member who may fill an additional role in the wedd... More »

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Common components of a wedding dinner prayer include asking God to bless the couple in their marriage and blessing the friends, family and guests attending the wedding. Additional items to include are thanking God for th... More »

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The Christian Jewish religions have prayers specifically for wedding anniversaries, particularly the Catholic branch of Christianity. The prayers are structured around giving thanks to God for the marriage and its many b... More »

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Typically the wedding vows are said in the middle of the ceremony, after the welcome and before the exchanging of rings. This may change depending on the length of the ceremony and the different elements present in the c... More »

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The minister informs the wedding guests why they are gathered at the ceremony venue. The minister also asks who gives the bride to the groom. Usually, the father of the bride answers by saying, "I do," and places his dau... More »

Common items on a wedding checklist include booking the ceremony and reception venues, finding a wedding officiate, getting the marriage license, ordering the cake and getting wedding attire for the bride, groom and atte... More »

Items that are typically included on a wedding program are the names of the people getting married, the members of the wedding party and the ceremony itinerary. The ceremony itinerary includes the order of the events and... More »

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