Wedding Ministers, Connecticut

Coin Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Ministers, CT

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We can perform a coin wedding ceremony.  The coin ceremony is a Latin tradition, and occurs after the ring exchange.  During the Coin ceremony the groom drops 13 gold coins into the bride's hands symbolizing his promise to support her and their future children. The officiant will then say a blessing for prosperity for the couple.

Officiant:  Your love is priceless, and so these coins don't symbolize possessions- instead, they represent commitment .  These coins mean that you, (Groom's Name), promise to take care of (Bride's Name) and your future children, to be steadfast, to protect them, and to love them faithfully, with all your heart.

We have a fantastic selection of sample ceremonies, ceremony ideas, and much more to choose from when you book with us.  Contact us now to start creating the CT wedding ceremony of your dreams!

Pastors Bob and Barbara, wedding officiants