Friday, May 7, 2010

Cord of Three Strands for this Grand Cayman Beach Wedding

When this couple from Washington DC contacted us about doing their Cayman Cruise wedding and said they wanted the "cord of three strands" ceremony, I was intrigued, since I had never heard of it. The explanation provided below is courtesy of God's Knot and you should contact them if you are interested in having this beautiful addition to your marriage ceremony.

"Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken" From Ecclesiastes 4:12


The cord of three strands symbolises the joining of one man, one woman, and God into a marriage relationship. The Gold Strand represents God at the centre of the marriage, the Purple strand represents the groom, and the white strand represents the bride.


The wedding took place at Governor's Beach, Grand Cayman Island

The happy couple's "we did it!" shot


The wedding party enjoy a celebratory jump!


When you book an all-inclusive Cayman Cruise Wedding with Simply Weddings - Grand Cayman it includes access to our Bridal Room to get dressed. For these and other special touches for your Grand Cayman wedding contact us at (345) 9499933 or mywedding@candw.ky

Todays vendors include, ceremony by Joy for Simply Weddings, video by VIP Productions, these photos supplied.

2 comments:

Tee said...

Joy, Thanks again for providing the wedding we were dreaming of. You were organized, professional, and just plain fantastic!

Best regards,
Tavia

The Joy of Weddings said...

Thank you Tavia, it was apleasure to work with you and your family. Come back and see us sometime.