How to Plan a Buddhist Wedding
Plan a Buddhist wedding by booking a temple many months in advance, discussing the ceremony and traditions with the officiant, and participating in a hand-binding tradition. Incorporate all the traditions that go with a Buddhist wedding ceremony using tips from a wedding and event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.
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Interested to know how to plan your Buddhist wedding? I'm Rachelle Saenz here to tell you how. When it comes time to picking your ceremony location, remember tradition is everything. You need to make sure that you book your temple many, many, many months in advance. You'll also need to talk to who will be officiating over this, as this is a big role for them, and there's so many customs that go into your Buddhist wedding. Having it within your temple, really is symbolic of the couple and their new Hom, and hence why they have it done this way. When it comes time to the ceremony, there's lots of traditions, but one that really stands out: when it comes time for that, hands will be bound with gold thread and through the ceremony, the officiant will pour water over the hands as part of the ceremony binding the two of you together. So make sure that you keep these things in mind when laying out your ceremony. Remember, having a traditional Buddhist ceremony has to take place in the temple and needs to incorporate all of the customs that go along with your Buddhist wedding. I'm Rachelle Saenz from Rachelle Marie's Events by Design, giving you a tip on how to plan your Buddhist wedding.