Rev Heather “Love is composed of a Single Soul inhabiting two bodies.” Aristotle

Commitment Ceremony


Commitment ceremonies mean many different things to different people. A commitment ceremony can look just like a wedding, complete with church, wedding gown, and hundreds of guests - but no marriage license. Or, it can be the most alternative event imaginable: a ritual to bless your relationship, or just a big party to celebrate your love. A huge bash with all your friends and relatives in attendance, an intimate exchange between you and your partner, or a family rite of passage to strengthen the bonds between parents and children in a new unmarried step family - call it a commitment ceremony, a wedding, a ceremony of union, or anything else you like!

  • A commitment ceremony is often very similar to many other kinds of weddings. The difference is that rather than being a legally binding ceremony, it is simply a public affirmation of a couples' commitment to one another. A commitment ceremony may be religious or secular, formal and traditional or loose and unstructured