Written by Kasia Juras-Azcurra from Weddingstar Blog
How To: Sand Ceremony Keepsakes
“I’ve never been one to do tradition for tradition’s sake. But when it comes to weddings certain rituals are worth exploring and honoring, especially when personalized with a sentimental twist. Which is precisely what today’s how-to feature, the sand ceremony, does for the unity ceremony concept. From as simple as a custom sand color selection, to a modernized vessel that acts as a perfect keepsake long after the big “I dos”, there’s a reason sand ceremonies continue to reign in popularity with brides and grooms across the globe”
Here’s our favorite sand ceremony designs to incorporate the love ritual into your day.
Unique Contemporary Keepsake
This elegant framed acrylic shadow box displays your favorite wedding day photos and doubles as a keepsake.
Or select the clear acrylic version to fill with something special from your big day, like the preserved petals from your bridal bouquet.
Featured here: “clearly love” sand ceremony shadow box + berry and silver sand
A Family Affair
For the couple whose love has grown beyond just two, go for a sand ceremony that allows you incorporate your little one, or ones. Their participation in the celebration of your unity will no doubt be cherished always.
Featured here: heart shaped sand ceremony vase set + watermelon, white and aqua sand
Just looking for something simple to mark the occasion? Then pick your color match, either something that goes with your wedding day design or a couple of shades that mean something special to the two of you, and run with a neutral vase set that can easily find a spot in your home for years to come.
Featured here: unity sand ceremony nesting 3 piece vase set + light blue and ivory sand
Want more ideas? Get inspired by checking out our selection of sand and candle ceremonial accessories and other unity alternatives.
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