March 10, 2017

Webinar: Ideas for Your Ceremony


Wedding Celebrate!


creative ideas for your wedding ceremony

Another webinar "in the can" as they say.... I had a terrific experience early this afternoon after spending some quality time with three amazing guests. I cannot rave about them enough.

During the webinar, we tackled some hurdles, spent time in discussing the planning process, and it all came together in this one-hour webinar. I must confess, I'm still getting used to the mechanics of running an online forum.

It may look easy, but there is so much stuff that one has to keep track of during the broadcast.

I want to also thank our moderator Ms. Lani Catherine for her introduction, and my partner in crime, and in life... Señor Chen for stepping in at the last moment. During this webinar, we were able to cover the following topics:

Ceremony Rituals

  1. 1
    the Chocolate Ceremony
  2. 2
    ​The Tasting of the 4 Elements Ritual
  3. 3
  4. 4
    The Ritual of Handfasting
  5. 5
    Whiskey Barrel Ceremony

You will find a copy of the URL links, as well as a timeline that was used for the panelists to follow. If you would like a copy of the show notes, just click HERE.

Also, a copy of the Keynote presentation used in the webinar can be found HERE.

For more creative ideas for your wedding ceremony, make sure to check out our blog article titled, "Writing Your Wedding Vows". 

Tell Us What You Think...​

Wedding trends are constantly changing, and vary from culture to culture. Your insights and ideas are important to us and may serve as inspiration to other engaged couples reading this article.

We would love to know your opinion. If you have a creative idea or feedback, please share them in the comments section below. We will do our best to respond in a timely manner to each comment. We look forward to hearing your feedback!

About the author 


Santiago (aka "Jimmy" or James) Naranjo has been performing as DJ since 1988, when he opened his first DJ business under the name, "DJ Light & Magic". In 2008, Santiago opened under a new business name and has specialized in weddings ever since. Originally from Socorro, New Mexico, Santiago currently resides with his partner and little Cha-wiener dog, Tito, in Bellevue Washington. He graduated from NMSU in 2003 with a B.A. in English and Spanish, and a few years he obtained an M.A. in Literature. His hobbies include performing magic, public speaking (he is a member of 2 Toastmaster clubs), and bicycling.

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