Although your wedding day, and the many months leading up to it, are filled with significant moments and copious planning, the heart of the affair is the magic that takes place at the end of the aisle. Your wedding ceremony is that pivotal moment where the next chapter of your life begins; when you step into your marriage. Since you’ve brought your together to witness this special moment, you’ll want to make sure your wedding ceremony is touching, and meaningful with personal twists that make it truly yours.

By the time you get to planning out the details of your wedding ceremony, it’s likely that you and your wedding planner have bonded - to the point that the ceremony is emotional for you planner as well! Brita Olsen, from Brita Olsen Creative, admits that even though she tries to keep a poker face she ends up crying at almost every wedding ceremony she attends. Curious to learn...

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