Tuesday, October 19, 2010

On Interfaith Wedding

When you find someone you would like to spend the rest of your life with but you come from different faith and need some ways to reconcile your faiths in your wedding ceremony so that both your faiths are respected and represented and leads to lifetime of happiness together. Here are some suggestions that hopefully can shed some light to your interfaith wedding issues.
With a little patience, communication and a lot of planning, you’ll find a way to plan an interfaith wedding ceremony that will celebrate your.
Spend some time to think about your belief and your religious background, even if you’re not actively spiritual, to decide what is most important to you. Decide also about the things you want to see in your ceremony, what would mean the most to you and what you’re willing to compromise on with your partner.
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