Pre-Cana classes may sound scary, but it’s really not all that bad to learn all you’ll ever want to know (and more!) about your future husband or wife. I went into wedding planning knowing I was marrying a Catholic (I ... read more
Wedding traditions vary wildly from one culture to another, and many of these traditions and rituals stem from the dominant religions of each region. Shinto weddings in Japan include the san-san-ku-do, a purification ritual that involves sharing cups of sake. ... read more
When it comes to deeply held beliefs, nothing is more personal—or more polarizing—than religion. A person’s faith is shaped by a number of influences from their family to their life experiences. Once they decide on a religious conviction, it’s almost ... read more
I’m a Baptist who married a Catholic. Even if you’re a Catholic who marries another Catholic, all of the “rules” that go along with the marriage ceremony in the Catholic church can get confusing. I got my wedding notes out ... read more
My Big Fat Greek Wedding brought comedic light to the traditional Greek wedding. Of course, some of it was a bit more dramatic than a “real life” Greek wedding, but the roots are the same. Traditionally, Greek weddings are full ... read more
If you want to celebrate your Christian faith at your wedding, a verse or two from the Bible can focus your ceremony around the way that Christianity and your marriage are connected. Choosing these verses yourself can actually help your ... read more
These days, couples can get married pretty much anywhere from the beach to a museum to their tent at Burning Man, and the list goes on. However, a few generations ago there was only one acceptable location for a wedding ... read more
Planning a traditional Catholic wedding can be very difficult. Everything seems ten times bigger compared to normal weddings and usually the guest list increases by more than 10% because families and relatives from all over the country may want to ... read more
Many traditions performed for weddings can take place the day before, during, and after the actual day. A lot of religions view weddings as a symbol for the conjoining two families together as well as witnessing the union of a ... read more
Many couples looking to plan a wedding ceremony are at a loss for what should be present to make it more meaningful for everyone present. If you are planning a traditional Christian ceremony, there are many heartwarming passages in the ... read more
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