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Kenya Wedding Photographer | Wedding Rings

The Introduction to the Exchange of Rings prepares the bride and groom by explaining the symbolism & meaning behind the giving of the rings.The ring is an ancient symbol, so perfect and simple.It has no beginning and has no end.It is round like the sun, like the moon, like the eye, like arms that embrace.It is a circle; for love that is given comes back round again.Your rings are precious because you wear them with love.They symbolize your commitment in marriage.They remind you of who you are, where you’ve been, and where you’re going.As you wear them through time, they will reflect not only who you are as individuals, but also who you are a couple.These rings are made of precious metals; purified by the heat of many fires.They are a symbol of the wealth that resides inside each of you and the purity of your love for one another.Though we have heard the vows, which have been shared by BRIDE and GROOM, words, once spoken, are carried away on the wind.Therefore, the wedding ring is a visible symbol of the promises that have been made.The circle has frequently been used to symbolize eternity.The ring, like the circle, is a reminder of the perfection and endurance of BRIDE and GROOM’s commitment to and love for one another.These rings represent the vows and promises you’ve willingly exchanged.They reflect the commitment those words inspire and all your hopes and dreams for the future.

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