Religious Celebrations Guide
Since ancient times the deepest acts of faith - and the greatest celebrations - have centered around the religious beliefs of local communities.
Today, churches, synagogues and mosques remain the scenes of religious rites dating back centuries -- usually followed by family and friends gathering to party in celebration!
Milestone events in a family members life call for loved ones to gather to mark the occasion and to share their pride and happiness, whether it be a coming of age Jewish bar mitzvah or Christian confirmation, a bris or christening, a first holy communion or a lavish wedding.
Just up ahead, get expert advice on hosting a religious theme celebration featuring tips on party planning, food and decorations, plus a related look at celebration ideas for major religious holidays worldwide:
TogethernessBeyond the Unity Candle
The Unity Candle ceremony symbolizes two hearts becoming one. Ceremonies from other cultures using sand, water, wine, salt, roses and other objects are just as beautiful and meaningful for celebration of the wedding couple's vows...
the Right Music for Your Wedding
Choosing the music for your wedding is an important part of the overall plan.
These tips from a professional musician who plays at weddings may help you to
choose which music will fit with your religious ceremony and the function that
the BabyNaming Celebrations|
religion has a different custom for welcoming a new child, but all of the ceremonies
mean the same thing. A baby is made part of the community of faith and the family
gives the child a name based on customs...