Hi, I need help with essay on Amanda and Hal’s wedding. Paper must be at least 750 words. Please, no plagiarized work!Download file to see previous pages… Weddings now take meticulous planning and a.
Hi, I need help with essay on Amanda and Hal’s wedding. Paper must be at least 750 words. Please, no plagiarized work!
Download file to see previous pages…
Weddings now take meticulous planning and active audience participation. Non-traditional weddings are fun, event filled occasions. While mixed weddings on the other hand, tend to take the best of the traditional and non-traditional ceremonies in order to come up with a uniquely memorable event. I have been lucky enough to have been a part of all three types of wedding ceremonies. When my cousin Cathy decided to get married a couple of years back, she decided to go with a traditional wedding ceremony since she came from a highly religious part of the family. The whole family was involved in getting the wedding off the ground. Since this was to be a traditional event, Cathy’s family shouldered all the expenses for the ceremony and the reception. The religious ceremony was done at the same church where here parents were married. The Maid Of Honor was her married sister, and my sister and I were her bridesmaids. She wore her mother’s wedding gown which was updated in design for her own big day. Cathy walked down the aisle to the traditional wedding march, on the arm of her father. Upon leaving the church as husband and wife, the newly married couple joined a few select group of family and friends for a small reception at the house of Cathy’s parents. Everything about the way Cathy’s wedding was handled told you that it was old school or traditional in nature. It had the feel of a familiar hand within all the aspects of the special day. It was quite obvious that everyone related to the family had pitched in and did their part to make the event as memorable as possible on an intimate level. A non-traditional wedding however, well, that’s just something right up my cousin Rick’s alley. He had always been a person who got his kicks out of crazy experiments. Who knew that he would decide to experiment on his wedding day as well? Okay, his choice of bride may have had something to do with it. She was just as imaginative as he was. Their wedding, was done without much planning during a scuba diving trip to Hawaii. Maybe it was the location, or maybe it was the hyper joy that they were feeling during the time they spent on the island paradise. Whatever the reason, they came back from the trip with a video of their under the sea wedding that totally knocked the family off its feet. Talk about non-traditional, there was no wedding gown or tuxedo involved, just wet suits. No bridesmaids or groomsmen, instead they had lifeguards with oxygen tanks on the ready. The justice of the peace that married them joined them on the beach for the first half of the ceremony, where only a handful of friends and family who could fly out to for the impromptu event gathered to bear witness, and then the 3 of them, with lifeguards and their videographer dove into the deeper parts of the waters to seal the deal. Unique, non-traditional, and very exciting. Anybody who got married under those conditions would have to be crazy. But then again, that is what makes a non-traditional wedding unique and memorable. Finally, we come to the mixed wedding ceremony, which takes the best of the traditional and non-traditional weddings to come up with a truly memorable and unique event for the couple who, in this case, was my sister Amanda and her fiancee Hal. As expected, it as done at a proper church with my sister in a traditional, but specially designed for her wedding gown. I stood as her maid of honor in a list of 4 bridesmaids and 4 groomsmen.