In A Wedding
Ceremony- The Eyes Have It
are often reduced to no more than props on a stage for an officiant
using his or her best shtick to get a few laughs or convince
the guests that he or she has known the couple most of their
Few guests will fall for this.
In every wedding
ceremony- the eyes have it. In other words, what your
your guests see will far outweigh what they hear. It
follows then that 'story telling', as when a minister attempts
to explain the meaning of love, or give the history of your
relationship, will fall far short as a means of conveying
what the day truly means to you. Learning is work.
Do you believe your guests would rather read the book or
watch the movie?
the photo above Matt and Cindy are Wine Sharing in front of
150 of their guests at Bird Haven Greenhouse in Joliet, Illinois.
Romantic music is softly playing and the guests are riveted
to their performance. It is the use of this "Visual" that
will make Matt and Cindy a husband and wife in the hearts and
minds of their guests.
I design my ceremony to have visual impact at all times. My bridal parties
face forward, and wedding options such as Wine Sharing or Unity Candle lighting
are performed facing the guests as well. Your ceremony must be strong in it's
visual appeal. You'll
not only delight your guests, but your wedding video and photo album will be
rich in imagery as well as exceptional.
Alex and Amber and their bridal party as seen during their
wedding ceremony. This presentation, and the photos taken
of it, will meet or exceed any of
their photographer will take after the ceremony. I am speaking
to them from among the guests, in center aisle.