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The Joining of Hands, the Joining of Lives

A pagan handfasting is an increasingly popular way of infusing a couple's personality and values into their wedding ceremony.


By Reya Mellicker



What's an "Unprogrammed" Quaker Wedding?

A "Friend" friend of mine is getting married in this tradition. What should I expect?


By Arthur Magida



Inviting God To Your Wedding

The first invitation goes to God


By Martha Williamson



Seven Sacred Steps

A modern couple marries in a Hindu ceremony whose roots go back 2,000 years


By Tunku Varadarajan



A Walk of Love

Getting married on a labyrinth turns a ceremony of union into a walk of love.


By Helen Curry



Doing it Rite

How do you switch from cohabitation to wedded bliss? A ritual bath is a good place to start



By Holly J. Lebowitz

Banish the Honeymoon!

Instead of fleeing to a secluded isle, newlyweds should spend some time with those who watched them walk down the aisle.


By Michael Medved



The Two-Bouquet Ceremony

A Burmese tradition that can make your vows more meaningful.


March 2000


Daphne Rose Kingma



With This Ring...

A short history of wedding rings


February 2000


Christine M. Anello



Wedding Traditions from Around the World

Throw flowers instead of rice to end your ceremony with a traditional Indian flourish.


December 20, 1999


Daphne Rose Kingma




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