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Wedding Ceremony Introduction
The Introduction to the wedding ceremony can set the tone for the rest of the ceremony.
It might be a greeting on behalf of the bride and groom, and the reason for their choice of marriage at this time and at this place.
It might also start with a reading or a poem that sets the tone for the rest of the ceremony. A creative and talented groom sang a song to his bride as she walked down the aisle.
A wedding ceremony can have a theme running through such a wedding celebrated at the beach, or on top of a mountain. It can also be appropriate for the conditions of the couple. For example, a ceremony for a young couple marrying for the first time might be worded differently for the more mature couple.
When discussing the wedding ceremony with the couple, the bride and groom will decide whether they want their story told as part of the wedding ceremony.
In some cases a mature bride and groom might prefer their story to be told at the reception rather than as part of the wedding ceremony.
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