wedding ceremony

Wedding Ring Bearer

Ponemos todo el empeño y pasión en diseñar un elemento tan importante para vuestra ceremonia como es la entrega de los anillos.

Nuestras cajas para los anillos son de madera, teñidas o pintadas a mano y posteriormente barnizadas en satinado para lograr un mejor aspecto y conservación.

Tanto las flores como los diseños florales son de diseño propio.

Se pueden personalizar con vuestros nombres y fecha de la boda.

Además puedes encontrar los cojines porta alianzas de siempre y preciosos bastidores con flores preservadas.

Disponemos de modelos apropiados para bodas rústicas, bodas bohemias o románticas y bodas en la playa.

Si tienes una idea en mente que no encuentras aquí, no dudes en comentárnosla, nos encantan los pedidos personalizados!

Unity Sand Ceremony Set

The sand ritual is part of the civil ceremony just after the exchange of the rings and has its tradition in that they provide a container of sand that can come from the birthplace of each of them, and the day of the ceremony they united them in a vessel as a symbol of union. The grains of sand represent each one, who merge in the ceremony.

While the officiant reads a text, the bride and groom each take their container and gradually pour the sand into a larger glass container where the sand joins.

It is ideal for its meaning for weddingsrenewal of wedding vows and wedding anniversaries.

If you have children, they can also contribute the sand from their small glass jar as a symbol of the family’s union and make them partakers of this emotional moment.

Our sand ceremony kits consist of glass bottles decorated by hand and personalized with original designs depending on the style of your wedding.

wedding light ceremony

It is a ritual that is celebrated in civil weddings but can also be performed in religious weddings asking permission beforehand.

It is about arranging two equal candles next to another one of bigger size. The small candles represent the bride and groom and the big one symbolizes the new life in common.

When the ritual begins, the bride and groom should light each candle and while the officiant explains the ritual or reads some text, the couple light the big candle as a symbol of life in common.

On some occasions it is the godparents who light the small candles to offer it to the bride and groom.

Our candles, of great quality and manufactured in national wax factory, are designed for this emotional ceremony; of original designs, customized and with the possibility of combining with other elements of the wedding.