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| p.4 #1 · p.4 #1 · Priest calling out videographers/photographers |
I'm thinking since the couple chose to have a religious ceremony for their wedding instead of a civil ceremony, that they share some of the beliefs of the institution to which both they and the priest belong.
We can only speculate on this, of course, but I appreciate this is for the purpose of discussion. For this specific example, we cannot know either way.
Over here my experiences are that whenever it's a Church wedding it's because of (a) parents/tradition (b) they "liked the idea" (c) they like the building (many are quite beautiful in their own right). I know this because people specify to me at some point during the process. In fact, the most spiritual/symbolic ceremony I've experienced was a civil ceremony, which lasted around 45-50 minutes. It was so simply because of the personal meaning they'd put into the service.
I personally prefer to work in a Church, because at least you can almost certainly speak to the priest/vicar way in advance. Whereas with a civil ceremony the registrar usually turns up and runs away as quick as they can, in my experience. They seem to be on very tight schedules, and well, some are polite, but given this I can understand why they're very to the point much of the time. Still, I prefer to have a real conversation!