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  • I'm sorry I just don't get it but i'm sure there's other ways to bring science into the ceremony.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : There are ways to incorporate your love for science without building and blowing up a volcano (trust me). Here's the deal, dude.  If this is "you" and your guests will think it's cute, you gotta do it big, right?  That means big volcano, dry ice to give it that "smoky, about to erupt" look, and food coloring to really make that lava look deadly.  Again, all these things you add for effect are going to make for huge mess potential.
    Posted by professorscience[/QUOTE]

    Throw some other ideas out there - I'm totally up for new things to do. I just really don't want to do roses or sand or flowers.

    I'm surprised by the negativity on the board (well, maybe not really), but very ready for new ideas to throw back at FI.
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    [QUOTE]What about your venue?  I would see how they feel first and work from there.
    Posted by gaiajuliacaesar[/QUOTE]

    Probably our backyard or the city park. They don't care about anything but glass bottles.
  • here are some other ideas that don't involve destruction.

    http://itsabrideslife.com/tag/unity-painting/
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : Throw some other ideas out there - I'm totally up for new things to do. I just really don't want to do roses or sand or flowers. I'm surprised by the negativity on the board (well, maybe not really), but very ready for new ideas to throw back at FI.
    Posted by dflint[/QUOTE]

    <div>First of all, you don't HAVE to have a unity ceremony.  Your wedding unites you.  Not the lighting of a candle, mixing of sand, or destruction of a village.</div><div>
    </div><div>Second of all, we had paper flowers made out of maps, dictionary pages, and periodic tables that were displayed on our tables.  Our table numbers were elements.  My cake had double helices and hydrocarbon rings piped onto it.  Google "science weddings" and you will find tons of beautiful pictures from which to draw inspiration.</div>
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : I'm totally up to other suggestions, too. We love little science projects, but volcanoes seem to horrify a few people on here. FI also liked the idea of little plastic dinosaurs - as far as the village is concerned
    Posted by dflint[/QUOTE]

    <strong>Dflint, </strong>I don't mean to be rude to the Knot but I've noticed that this is not the place for advice on anything even slightly unusual or non traditional. It's great if you want to check invitation wording or see if a color scheme matches, but I've never seen an unusual or quirky idea get the OK from other posters. If you think your friends would get it and appreciate it (and I know mine would) then you should do it whether or not random Internet posters agree.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : First of all, you don't HAVE to have a unity ceremony.  Your wedding unites you.  Not the lighting of a candle, mixing of sand, or destruction of a village. Second of all, we had paper flowers made out of maps, dictionary pages, and periodic tables that were displayed on our tables. <strong> Our table numbers were elements.  My cake had double helices and hydrocarbon rings piped onto it.</strong>  Google "science weddings" and you will find tons of beautiful pictures from which to draw inspiration.
    Posted by professorscience[/QUOTE]

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    </div><div>That sounds awesome! </div>
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    OK you're an english teacher - think about the symbolism, please.  I have an English degree, and volaco = destruction is the first thing I thought of.  It's the first thing 90% of your guests will think of also.  The point of a unity candle or sand ceremony is that they are the SAME things (flame, sand, etc) that you can't separate once you put together.  And while you can't separate baking soda and vinegar after the fact, they're not the same thing being combined, and there's still a secondary deal that happens - it overflows and is destructive to something below it.  Honestly, tiny dinosaurs is just as bad - because then it's not just destructive, there's the whole extinction thing you've got going on.

    And I think lab coats would be bizarre.

    I've been on here for a year and a half, which isn't that long, but this is undoubtedly the weirdest idea I've heard.  If you're quirky and relaxed, have a whimsical element at your reception.  A chemical reaction, which can ruin other things, is not the point of a unity ceremony.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : First of all, you don't HAVE to have a unity ceremony.  Your wedding unites you.  Not the lighting of a candle, mixing of sand, or destruction of a village. Second of all, we had paper flowers made out of maps, dictionary pages, and periodic tables that were displayed on our tables.  Our table numbers were elements.  My cake had double helices and hydrocarbon rings piped onto it.  Google "science weddings" and you will find tons of beautiful pictures from which to draw inspiration.
    Posted by professorscience[/QUOTE]

    The paper flower idea is really cool - and funnily eanough, when I googled "science ceremony," that's when I found the unity volcano.

    I do really like unity ceremonies, especially since we're not at all religious, but I see your point
  • I think a unity volcano is hilarious.

    NMS personally, but clearly it's yours.  And it's not like it's rude or offensive. (I wouldn't put a tiny village though.  That would  be potentially offensive.  Do dinosaurs instead) So go on with your bad self.

    I think you can just get a wheeled table, put it on that and have a friend or two wheel it in and out.

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : Dflint, I don't mean to be rude to the Knot but I've noticed that this is not the place for advice on anything even slightly unusual or non traditional. It's great if you want to check invitation wording or see if a color scheme matches, but I've never seen an unusual or quirky idea get the OK from other posters. If you think your friends would get it and appreciate it (and I know mine would) then you should do it whether or not random Internet posters agree.
    Posted by gattamelata[/QUOTE]

    Oh STFU.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : Dflint, I don't mean to be rude to the Knot but I've noticed that this is not the place for advice on anything even slightly unusual or non traditional. It's great if you want to check invitation wording or see if a color scheme matches, but I've never seen an unusual or quirky idea get the OK from other posters. If you think your friends would get it and appreciate it (and I know mine would) then you should do it whether or not random Internet posters agree.
    Posted by gattamelata[/QUOTE]

    Give me a freakin break. There are so many posters here who have had off-the-wall and non-traditional elements to their wedding, myself included, and others have loved them. Quirky ideas are not automatically shot down. But people will point out potential problems to ideas.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : Oh STFU.
    Posted by brilibby4[/QUOTE]

    Aww, how welcoming.
  • dflintdflint member
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    [QUOTE]I think a unity volcano is hilarious. NMS personally, but clearly it's yours.  And it's not like it's rude or offensive. (I wouldn't put a tiny village though.  That would  be potentially offensive.  Do dinosaurs instead) So go on with your bad self. I think you can just get a wheeled table, put it on that and have a friend or two wheel it in and out.
    Posted by MyUserName1[/QUOTE]

    This was actually super helpful - thanks!

    I think the response here has told me in no uncertain terms that if I do the volcano, the village is out. That's okay with me :)
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BI9rvh5Tbxk

    Here is a Unity Volcano, while I don't really get it I think it's funny. And there is no village or anything.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : This was actually super helpful - thanks! I think the response here has told me in no uncertain terms that if I do the volcano, the village is out. That's okay with me :)
    Posted by dflint[/QUOTE]

    The dinosaurs would be cute instead. Or you can get those little plastic palm trees and make a tiny Jurassic world instead of a village.
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    [QUOTE]<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BI9rvh5Tbxk" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BI9rvh5Tbxk</a> Here is a Unity Volcano, while I don't really get it I think it's funny. And there is no village or anything.
    Posted by mari0225[/QUOTE]

    I think that volcano more accurately represents what the reaction looks like :)

    Love it
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : Aww, how welcoming.
    Posted by gattamelata[/QUOTE]

    Well If you think you are going to be welcomed here after that first comment, you are an idiot.

    OP: I do agree that if you must have the volcano, it will go over much better without a village getting destroyed.  I would probably have it up there before the ceremony and leave it there until you have exited.  I think having someone bring it up mid ceremony could be distracting and potentially disastrous.
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    [QUOTE]I think a unity volcano is hilarious. NMS personally, but clearly it's yours.  And it's not like it's rude or offensive. (I wouldn't put a tiny village though.  That would  be potentially offensive.  Do dinosaurs instead) So go on with your bad self. I think you can just get a wheeled table, put it on that and have a friend or two wheel it in and out.
    Posted by MyUserName1[/QUOTE]


    I'm on MUN1's bench. I personally find unity ceremonies to be kind of lame, but this is different and interesting at least. And baking soda and vinegar are not going to ruin anything. It's not going to be like the freaking splash zone at a Shamu show. Also, baking soda and vinegar isn't going to stain anything either.

    I say go for it. If we are talking about fucked up symbolism in wedding ceremonies I really think a volcano is the least of your problems.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : Well If you think you are going to be welcomed here after that first comment, you are an idiot. OP: I do agree that if you must have the volcano, it will go over much better without a village getting destroyed.  I would probably have it up there before the ceremony and leave it there until you have exited.  I think having someone bring it up mid ceremony could be distracting and potentially disastrous.
    Posted by brilibby4[/QUOTE]

    If we're going to have it up the whole time, do you think we could perform the wedding in front of it and then have the officiant step aside during the volcano portion?
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : I'm on MUN1's bench. I personally find unity ceremonies to be kind of lame, but this is different and interesting at least. And baking soda and vinegar are not going to ruin anything. It's not going to be like the freaking splash zone at a Shamu show. Also, baking soda and vinegar isn't going to stain anything either. I say go for it. If we are talking about fucked up symbolism in wedding ceremonies I really think a volcano is the least of your problems.
    Posted by RupertPenny[/QUOTE]

    I'm sitting with MUN and Rupe.  I think it's kinda hilarious.  Not the destroying the village part - but the idea of mixing two things and having something else happen?  Ha.  I'd laugh.

    Two of my good friends (their wedding anniversary is today!) mixed together two clear bottles of liquid that turned blue once mixed as their unity thing.  It was pretty cool.  Not my style (I'm a scientist, but I wouldn't have done anything like that or had hydrocarbons piped into my cake... woah), but this was subtle and had a nice effect.  I'd have to look up what they used but clearly it wasn't complicated.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : If we're going to have it up the whole time, do you think we could perform the wedding in front of it and then have the officiant step aside during the volcano portion?
    Posted by dflint[/QUOTE]

    I think this sounds fine.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : If we're going to have it up the whole time, do you think we could perform the wedding in front of it and then have the officiant step aside during the volcano portion?
    Posted by dflint[/QUOTE]
    You could have it covered with a sheet, or peice of fabric if you wanted to keep it hidden.
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  • I agree with muni as well. I think most unity ceremonies are pointless since the actual ceremony unites you. So doing something different that you're excited about sounds great to me. Go for it! I'm not sure what some of you are envisioning but when you do these little volcanoes it doesn't look like an explosion. It's a small controlled reaction, and I think the symbolism doesn't necessarily go toward "destruction". I mean, it could be more like "when these two come together amazing things happen". That's super cheesy, I know, but I'm just saying this doesn't have to be about destruction.
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    [QUOTE]I agree with muni as well. I think most unity ceremonies are pointless since the actual ceremony unites you. So doing something different that you're excited about sounds great to me. Go for it! I'm not sure what some of you are envisioning but when you do these little volcanoes it doesn't look like an explosion. It's a small controlled reaction, and I think the symbolism doesn't necessarily go toward "destruction". I mean, it could be more like "when these two come together amazing things happen". That's super cheesy, I know, but I'm just saying this doesn't have to be about destruction.
    Posted by LeiselEB[/QUOTE]

    I think that's probably where some of the antagonism and problems with symbolism were coming from - people were imagining something a lot more looming and destructive than the fizzing climax that is a science fair volcano.

    *my original wording definitely didn't help
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : If we're going to have it up the whole time, do you think we could perform the wedding in front of it and then have the officiant step aside during the volcano portion?
    Posted by dflint[/QUOTE]

    I would cover it with something. For me, personally, if I saw a volcano (small or large) off to the side or behind the officiant, I'd be wondering why it was there and what was going to happen the entire time. It would distract me (as I'm easily distracted) from the actual ceremony, even if nothing was happening with it at the moment.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : I would cover it with something. For me, personally, if I saw a volcano (small or large) off to the side or behind the officiant, I'd be wondering why it was there and what was going to happen the entire time. <strong>It would distract me (as I'm easily distracted) from the actual ceremony</strong>, even if nothing was happening with it at the moment.
    Posted by Seshat411[/QUOTE]
    This. 
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Unity Volcano (only sort of E related) : I would cover it with something. For me, personally, if I saw a volcano (small or large) off to the side or behind the officiant, I'd be wondering why it was there and what was going to happen the entire time. It would distract me (as I'm easily distracted) from the actual ceremony, even if nothing was happening with it at the moment.
    Posted by Seshat411[/QUOTE]

    I'm not sure there's any way around that. If I saw a mound of something covered by a sheet, I'd spend all of my time guessing what it was.
    Luckily, it's going to be a pretty short ceremony. I think I'll end up doing one or both of those ideas.
  • Unity volcano? Hilarious.
    And volcanoes aren't all about destruction. Where does everyone think Hawaii came from? ;)

    I agree with PPs that you should probably take the village out of the equation (dinosaurs?? also hilarious).

    Can you keep it inside of a tray of some sorts with deep sides so there's no chance it can leak onto the ground and possible seep onto your guests?

    Rolling cart is a good idea.

    Any chance this is going to be a super casual kitsch theme wedding? You could decorate the area with palm trees and leis and such and then the volcano would fit right in the decor until it was time to light it.
    Just an idea. And probably a bad one, but I had to go there...
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re:Unity Volcano only sort of E related: Well you were originally planning to destroy a village in the same way a tsunami does, so yeah, that was a major issue. If it's in your backyard and you take away the "our love creates the destruction of innocent lives" element, then I think it's fine. <strong>Though, I do have to disagree with Rup that baking soda and vinegar won't stain anything.</strong>
    Posted by StageManager14[/QUOTE]
    I naturally assumed that since you want your guests to see the reaction from their seats, there would probably be some kind of coloring involved which definitely would stain.
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