Ring In A Box, Not In The Sand – Important OBX Ceremony Tip

24 May
May 24, 2012

Having your ceremony on the beach makes for a beautiful wedding. There are few more romantic settings than the seaside. while you may have everything scheduled and planned out, make sure you take the little things into account so you don’t have any accidental blunders on your big day. Believe it or not, one of the biggest things you need to watch out for is your wedding ring!

A Ring On Your Finger

If you are getting married on the beach, always leave your rings in their boxes until you are putting them on your finger. Another officiant told me about an incident during the ceremony when the groomsmen and best man decided to get a little cute during the ceremony passing the bride’s ring down the line. Unfortunately, the ring got dropped into the sand on the beach and took almost 20 Pokies minutes to find, upsetting the bride. Another time, the best man was just taking the ring out of his pocket and dropped it in the sand. The lesson learned: If you are getting married on the beach, either leave the rings in their boxes or bring a metal detector to the ceremony.

OBX Wedding Officiant

It can help to have some local wedding vendors on hand to see you through the big day. There are few unique situations that someone hasn’t seen before, and having that know how on your side can save you from any embarrassing mishaps. For a local Outer Banks wedding officiant you can rely on, fill out the contact form on the site and I’ll get right back to you! And don’t forget, I’m still giving away one free service every month, so make sure you sign up now!

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