Weddings, Vow Renewal, *Handfastings. Each ceremony is created just for the couple getting married.
*In medieval times, Handfasting is referred to meaning the betrothal, or engagement, of a couple, rather than the actual marriage. In the late 18th century, Handfasting was considered a trial marriage which would last for a year and a day. At this point they could decide whether to officially marry or whether they'd rather part ways. If a child was conceived during the Handfast period, the trial marriage would become permanent.
Today Handfasting is becoming a popular part of modern wedding ceremonies. The act of tying a couples' hands together during the ceremony, represents the joining of families and the union of the couple.
Welcoming your new child into the physical world, naming and blessing