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How to Include Your Religion in Your Wedding Day

If you are a religious person, it is probably important to you to include elements of your faith in your wedding ceremony and reception. However, it may be difficult to decide how to do that without making non-religious family or friends feel uncomfortable. These ideas will help you add elements of your faith in subtle but beautiful ways.

Include Religious Passages in Your Vows

If you and your partner are both religious, you can incorporate passages from one or both of your faiths into your vows. Do this by using Bible verses, religious lyrics or anything else that partners your love of God with your love of your spouse-to-be. 

Have Your Favorite Hymn Played as Background Music

If you keep it low enough that people can still hear your officiant and your vows, you can have background music playing during your ceremony. If you have a live band, ask them to play an acoustic version of your favorite hymn at the reception. 

Take Wedding Photographs in Front of a Church

Whether it’s a church you went to during childhood, the one you go to now or simply one that reminds you of your faith, having some of your wedding pictures taken in a church’s garden or on the steps in front of it will give you a reminder of your religion for years to come. 

Ask Someone From Your Church to Officiate

One of the simplest but most meaningful ways to incorporate your religion into your wedding is to ask one of the members of your church to officiate your ceremony. Guests might include religious messages in their wedding card congratulating you on your big day. You will have the memory for years to come, and they will have felt blessed to be part of your special day. 

If you intend to have strong religious ties in your ceremony and reception, consider honoring your faith as early as when you send the invitations with religious wedding invitations from Shutterfly. This Faith Hope & Love Invitation is not only religious, but also modern, trendy and beautiful.

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