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 Post subject: Brides a/o Grooms With Children
PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 2:14 pm 
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All of my friends are now at a point where they are entering their 2nd, sometimes 3rd marriages. Planning a 2nd or 3rd wedding has a decidedly different focus and usually that includes incorporating children into the wedding/marriage/ new family. Recently I attended a wedding where the couple included a ceremony written solely for that purpose and they used the Family Medallion to commit to and honour their children as an important part of this process. It was very moving to everyone who was there. I hope the many couples who are remarrying with children will consider ways to focus on the children they are creating a new family WITH. Something to ponder on.....


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 Post subject: Re: Brides a/o Grooms With Children
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Great post! Sounds like it was an awesome ceremony. I would love to hear how others included their children in the ceremony other than the usual flower girl/ring bearer choice. Do tell! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Brides a/o Grooms With Children
PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:55 pm 
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I went to a wedding recently where a child was involved in the ceremony. This was the first marriage for the groom and the second for the bride. The bride had a daughter from her previous marriage. The couple chose to do a sand ceremony, and her daughter was able to participate. Instead of a typical sand ceremony where there are two containers (for the bride and groom) filled with sand, there were three. The third was for the daughter. By having her daughter join in the sand ceremony, it signified that they had become one family. I agree that we need to see this more at weddings because it not only shows that the husband and wife have a healthy relationship, but also have a desire for a strong family bond!


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