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How to write a wedding ceremony

Hi Everyone! So my brother will be officiating our wedding ceremony! Does anyone know what the basic format is for a wedding ceremony, we would also like to add in any catholic elements (prayers, readings, etc.) as well. Suggestions would be much appreciated!  

Re: How to write a wedding ceremony

  • mikenbergermikenberger In a f'n cornfield member
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    Have you tried the Google dot com? I hear it's really great for looking shit up.

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  • mikenbergermikenberger In a f'n cornfield member
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    Hi Everyone! So my brother will be officiating our wedding ceremony! Does anyone know what the basic format is for a wedding ceremony, we would also like to add in any catholic elements (prayers, readings, etc.) as well. Suggestions would be much appreciated!  
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  • Why are you even on this website if you are jut going to be nasty?
  • ShesSoColdShesSoCold bend over and I'll show ya mod
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    I used google. It helped me find several different sites with different formats and wording. I pieced our ceremony together from that. 
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  • mikenbergermikenberger In a f'n cornfield member
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    Why are you even on this website if you are jut going to be nasty?
    You asked for suggestions. I suggested google.com 

    Which someone else also suggested as well. 

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  • Hi Everyone! So my brother will be officiating our wedding ceremony! Does anyone know what the basic format is for a wedding ceremony, we would also like to add in any catholic elements (prayers, readings, etc.) as well. Suggestions would be much appreciated!  
    OP, are you Catholic? Your FI? If one/both of you wishes to remain in good standing with the Church, you would need to actually have a Catholic wedding in a Catholic Church. I just don't get incorporating elements into a ceremony that would not be recognized as a sacrament.

    And as PPs have said, Google is your best bet for a basic format. Search for wedding ceremony programs or something. We don't even know if you want a religious or secular ceremony, so it's not possible for anyone to give you any more detailed answer.
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