Nowadays, couples decide to marry only civically or also religiously, but one can also choose to unite with the celebrant of their choice and to organize for it a bespoke ceremony, diverging respectfully from religious traditions.

Thus, couples rather marry in front of their loved ones according to their feelings and values in which they believe. Humanist ceremonies are part of a succession of emotional steps and represent a real continuation of civil marriage, as a concretization of their common projects.

It is an opportunity for the bride and groom to make this day a unique and sacred moment that belongs to them, sharing it with their beloved ones by saying “yes I do” while exchanging their vows and rings to preserve a strong ritual aspect, symbol of their mutual commitment.

” To fall in love is easy, even to remain in it is not difficult; our human loneliness is cause enough. But it is a hard quest worth making to find a comrade through whose steady presence one becomes steadily the person one desires to be. “

Anna Louise Strong (1885 ~1970)