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Interfaith ceremonies are a beautiful blending of wedding customs from the faith or heritage of each couple. These ceremonies begin with the "Bells & Whistles" personalized ceremony to which we add elements from each faith or tradition. For example, Christian-Jewish ceremonies may include the Christian elements: a prayer from the Common Book of Prayer and a reading of First Corinthians about love. For the Jewish elements: The Cup of Life and 7 Blessings and the Breaking of the Glass. For Christian-Hindu weddings, we might have the traditional Christian Unity Candle which also serves as the Phere (fire) that the couple circle 7 times while making their vows in the Hindu tradition. The gift of the Mangal Sutra (black necklace) to the bride from the groom and the exchange of wedding rings blend the two traditions.
Christian-Hindu Ceremony for Candace and Rupesh at Prestonwood Country Club by Twenty-one Films.
They recently left this review for Kayelily on Weddingwire:
"I cannot begin to say enough wonderful things about Reverend Kayelily Middleton. Not only did we have her officiate our wedding which was a combination of a Christian ceremony and a Hindu ceremony but we loved her so much we had her do our daughter's dedication in our home almost two years later. Hiring Kayelily allowed us to have a very unique and personal wedding ceremony and it allowed us to have the same for our daughter's dedication. She is very easy to talk to, very well spoken, friendly, professional, on time, helpful, creative and responsive in her emails. I would recommend her to anyone and if we have any more children we plan to have her do their dedication as well."
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