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We talk unity wedding ceremonies with Yorkshire celebrant Lisa Bourne

We talk unity wedding ceremonies with Yorkshire celebrant Lisa Bourne: Image 1 We asked Lisa Bourne about the different types of unity wedding ceremonies couples can have...

I'm currently planning a wedding for a couple who were stuck for ideas, so when they mentioned that they love gin, and the fact their nuptials are being held in a botanical garden, we knew a gin ceremony was perfect! As well as being creative, there's meaning in the action; the blending of ingredients symbolises the two lives that are now inseparable.

Here are a few of my other favourite ideas:

- Sandblending ceremony. This is the act of pouring different coloured sand into a container so the grains can't be unpicked and multiple people can be involved. It makes a great keepsake of the day.

- Seed ceremony. The couple pour different seeds into a container so they mix together and can be given out as favours to their guests. It symbolises new beginnings and the growth and care that's needed to nurture a marriage.

- Herb and spices ceremony. Great for those who love cooking, newlyweds make their own bespoke mix so they can cook for friends and family after the big day.

- Button ceremony. Vintage lovers and crafty types will love this idea. The pair ask guests to bring a button to add to a jar, which can then be used to decorate thank you cards or décor around the home. The buttons represent holding things together.

Lisa Bourne | Lisa Bourne Ceremonies
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Meet Mandy Abramson of Skipton bridal boutique Cinderella’s

Meet Mandy Abramson of Skipton bridal boutique Cinderella’s

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The future of hen parties post-Covid

The future of hen parties post-Covid

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Check out contemporary Barnsley wedding venue Holiday Inn Barnsley

Check out contemporary Barnsley wedding venue Holiday Inn Barnsley

We give you the lowdown on the what you can expect at contemporary Barnsley...

 
Trust in your stay with Laura Ashley Hotels

Trust in your stay with Laura Ashley Hotels

Laura Ashley Hotels is offering up to 15 per cent off and free cancellation* on all bookings to ensure...

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