ARE YOU READY
TO WRITE A WEDDING CEREMONY
THAT WILL PERFECTLY TELL THE STORY OF YOU?
This five-step exercise has been a game-changer for our clients from all different backgrounds because it focuses on the message they REALLY want to communicate through the ceremony.
When you don’t feel a connection with a formal religion, or if you didn’t really grow up with any family traditions that relate to weddings, writing a ceremony becomes a delicate process.
You want to create a ceremony that feels right for you and your partner. You want it to feel familiar and relatable to your guests. But above all else, you want it to feel thoughtful, true and honest to who you are.
Google is not on your side in this endeavor. Drawing from what you already know, have already read, have already loved, and have already experienced will be way more personal than any internet search results. It’s time for you to clearly, beautifully, succinctly voice the very essence of your relationship.
After all, happily ever after is waiting… 😉
“Having an entire network of other ceremony writing couples was incredible. I wanted our ceremony to be a complete surprise for our friends and families, and having all of those extra eyes helping with what we wrote was amazing. Our ceremony would not have been as wonderful as it was if it wasn’t for Destinations Unveiled’s guidance and all of the other couples’ support!”
The Ceremony Crash Course is a brand new guided process we’ve created to walk you through what our one-on-one clients will tell you has been the most important writing exercise they’ve done. Each lesson has one little pearl – a carefully curated topic – that will help you focus on bringing your own personalities and priorities to each element of the ceremony.
This process helps you get to the heart of your ceremony. And even then, the value of the process is worth so much more than the ultimate words.Your wedding ceremony is the foundation of your marriage. This really is where it all starts. We KNOW the Ceremony Crash Course can help you get clearer and more confident in what you really want to say during those precious moments.
And when that happens, your whole WORLD is better for it.
We’ve shared bits and pieces of this process before, but we’ve only gone into this level of detail with our private clients and in the full version of The Unveiled Planner. Best of all, you’ll be writing your ceremony alongside of other couples in our private Ceremony Crash Course Facebook Group. You will be supported, encouraged and helped along by other couples just like you.
There are many ways that your ceremony can be structured, and we discuss the most common layouts, inclusions and moments so that you can choose the one that is correct for you.
We’d love to show you how.
Your relationship is uniquely yours. Shouldn’t the vows you take be the same?
Tara p., florida bride
Throughout these micro-lessons you'll learn:
HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR CEREMONY
“The only thing I knew was that I wanted our ceremony to be OURS, but I had no idea where to get started or what I needed. This course made it all so easy to create an amazing ceremony. Our guests all told us that it was the best ceremony they’ve ever been to.”
WHERE EVERYONE SHOULD BE AND WHAT THEY SHOULD BE DOING
Your wedding party and families want everything to be perfect for you, and the best way for us to ensure that is the case is to be very clear as to where they will be before, during, and after the ceremony. We'll give you all the tools and information you'll need to share with them so that the ceremony goes off without a hitch!
WHERE TO FIND AND SELECT READINGS THAT SPEAK TO YOU
Traditional readings are absolutely beautiful, but what if they don't really resonate with you? We'll help you to decide if someone else's words belong in your ceremony, discuss what we want the reading to convey, share some of our favorite sources for unique readings so that this portion of the ceremony reflects the two of you.
CEREMONIES WITHIN THE CEREMONY
Oftentimes, wedding ceremonies can include an additional element to honor a loved one, signify the blending of the families, or provide an additional moment that reflects the two of you. We'll discuss the types of ceremonies that can be included, the logistics and equipment needed, and provide resources for you to consider whether you want to include this aspect within your ceremony.
HOW TO WRITE MEANINGFUL VOWS
You never want to wait until the last minute to write some of the most important words you will ever say. Whether you choose to repeat back the vows from your officiant or pledge your vows in entirety to each other, deciding what would be best takes some thoughtful discussion. Putting all of that emotion down on paper can be difficult for even the most prolific of writers. We guide you through the process with a series of heartfelt questions, hints and suggestions, as well as some incredible examples that you will be able to draw inspiration from.
Let's get started!
jennifer t., hawaii bride