wedding. Tuesday , August 08th , 2017 - 06:55:34 AM
The bride and groom sit next to each other in a Mandap, and the wedding rituals are performed in front of the sacred fire, which is believed to be the witness of the holy rituals. The priest chants mantras, and amidst the chanting of mantras, ululation of women, and the blowing of conch shells, the wedding is performed. Saptapadi or seven steps are taken by the bride and groom together, where they take rounds of the sacred fire and seven mounts of rice. During the Saptapadi rituals, the bride and groom make wedding vows to each other. The wedding vows are the form of commitment which the bride and groom make for their future life.
2. Understand that any wedding held outdoors is bound to have some unique and interesting issues that would not be present inside of a church. These include: insects, wind, heat, and of course birds. Outdoor weddings that are shown on television and movies are idyllic, but it takes a lot of work to make them look that way.
Since exchanging rings isnt part of the LDS Temple Sealing, Latter-day Saint couples have two options. Either they can exchange rings at the conclusion of the sealing after they have stepped away from the altar, or they can exchange them at a separate ring ceremony during the wedding reception. Keep reading to learn why a ring ceremony may be right for you, get current guidelines from general authorities, and get ideas for a sample program for a Mormon Ring Ceremony on WeddingLDS.
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