How to Plan a Catholic Wedding

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When planning a Catholic wedding, talk with both sides of the family about the wedding, look at the customs of getting married in a Catholic church, get religious counseling before the wedding, and find out what music is appropriate. Discuss a Catholic wedding with a priest using advice from a wedding and event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.

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Wanna know how to plan a Catholic wedding? I'm Rachelle Saenz from Rachelle Marie's Events by Design here to tell you. When it comes time to plan your Catholic wedding, again, tradition will be everything for you. You'll need to make sure that you do two things right from the beginning. First, talk with both sides of the family. It depends. Are you Catholic? Are you both Catholic? What about your parents? Talk with them too and get a feel for that. Then you really have to think about where you'll be getting married. Depending on your Parrish, and talking with your priest, there'll be different requirements for everyone. If you are Catholic, it'll be in going to the church that you're looking to be at that's the customs might be a little more familiar to you. But if you're not, things can be all across the board. You might end up having to have counseling from the beginning. This is something that's tradition when it comes to being in a Catholic church. Perhaps then, you also need to look at other things such as formality. Certain types of music are not appropriate at a Catholic wedding and so certain churches won't allow for certain types of music. Always talk with your priest before hand when you want to make these types of decisions. This'll be the best way to make sure that you keep with tradition of a Catholic wedding and still have the wedding that you dream of. I'm Rachelle Saenz of Rachelle Marie's Events by Design giving you a tip on how to have a Catholic wedding.


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