Wedding Christian is about a traditional wedding where two people come together to share their lives together. This is witnessed by the church and the family and friends that come to the wedding Christian.
The whole ceremony is religious and cultural based and that also applies to the wedding music Christian that is played during the wedding Christian, so that people can understand that the bond goes beyond the flesh into the spiritual realm.
Wedding ceremony Christian is also about learning life's lessons and coming to celebrate the fact that these life's lessons have brought the two people to this one point. The wedding Christian also means that two paths that once wondered in different directions have now found each other and are dedicated to walking the road of life as a single unit.
Making a marriage work means total dedication to each other and never making minor problems come between the two of you. And a wedding Christian because of it's tradition sort of prepares the couples to this reality. It helps to understand the importance of the commitment made during the wedding ceremony Christian.
After the high or honeymoon stage of a wedding Christian wears off, the couple can then incorporate the lessons that they learnt.
Music is the portal of hope in wedding Christian music as it speaks words that can heal and bring one's faith back. Perhaps that is why a wedding Christian reception plays or hires bands to play this type of soul-uplifting music. The bond with a power that extends beyond this earth is also the unwritten clause of a wedding Christian. It makes the Christian couple know that there is someone watching out for them in a way that they on their own could not even begin to understand.
That is one of life's mysteries and perhaps the element that keeps the tradition of wedding Christian alive today as it was centuries ago. Many traditions used for a Christian wedding date back many centuries ago also. One of these is why the bride stands on the left hand side at the ceremony. This is because back in the days when the groom would capture his bride by kidnapping her. If the groom had to fight off other men who wanted the bride to be their's, he would hold the bride with his left hand so that his right hand was free to use his sword and defend his bride from the other men who had wanted her to be their bride. Another old tradition is the newlyweds being the first on the dance floor, the bride and groom will traditionally dance first on their own to a waltz. But with ballroom dancing not being as popular as what it used to be the newlyweds will instead dance to their favourite romantic song. Then the groom dances with his new mother-in-law, then his mother, while the bride will dance with her new father-in-law and then her father. Then the best man can dance with the chief bridesmaid. Then, after the first dance everyone else is invited to go onto the dance floor and join the newlyweds in dancing.
Many traditions carry over from centuries ago and are finding their way into everyday marriages for Christians. These traditions will not change over the years and the prospect of new traditions is always ther,e but not many may ever make it into the world of a Christian wedding.