Hawaiian Style Candle Unity Ceremony Options
The Hawaiian Style Unity Ceremony adds a Hawaiian flare to the traditional unity candle tradition. The unity candle ceremony is done to symbolize the joining of the bride and groom or the joining of their families. The Hawaiian style unity ceremony uses two separate basic candle sticks and one candle in a real coconut shell. The real coconut shell candle also makes a wonderful keepsake for the bride and groom. Below are a few examples of what the wedding officiate can for the unity ceremony:
Unity Ceremony for Bride & Groom
Today, [Bride's Name] and [Groom's Name] you are making a commitment of your eternal Aloha for one another. As you each hold your candle the two distinct flames represent your lives to this moment; individual and unique. As you light the coconut shell or bamboo Unity candle together, your two flames join together as one and shine bright just as your lives are about to. May the brightness of the flame shine throughout your lives as well as give you courage and reassurance in your eternal Aloha for one another. We now extinguish the two separate flames as you are forever united as one in eternal Aloha.
Unity Ceremony for Parents to Join Their Families
[Bride's Name] and [Groom's Name] you come here today from two different families. From these two families a new family will be created today. At this time, I would invite the parents of [Bride's Name] and [Groom's Name] to come forward and light one of the individual candles. The two individual flames representing each family. Now each will take their candle and simultaneously light the coconut shell or bamboo Unity candle symbolizing the uniting of the two families into one. As we extinguish the two individual candles the Unity candle shines bright like the two families who have been joined. May the brightness of the flame shine throughout your lives as well as give you courage and reassurance in your Aloha for one another.
Beautiful Hawaiian Candles in Real Coconut Shells and Bamboo to create a Unity Candle Lighting Ceremony with a Hawaiian flare
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