"Because Everyone's Special day is Important, let BESI play a part in making your special day SPECTACULAR!"
BESI conducts religious, nonreligious, civil, traditional, interfaith and multicultural wedding ceremonies within the Inland Empire area. BESI will also conduct ceremonies for those who would like to elope, renew their vows, have a theme wedding or even surprise their new spouse! BESI can also provide a discount for dual and group wedding ceremonies. Ceremonies can be conducted indoor or outdoor, at a residence, a park, banquet hall, hotel, or any location of your choosing. If you need services in another area, BESI can perform the service, but may apply a travel fee. BESI can conduct a Sand Ceremony, Rose Ceremony, Wine Ceremony, Unity Candle Ceremony, Lasso Ceremony or a Hand-fasting. You will be provided the opportunity to personalize your vows so that they match your unique personalities and desires.
BESI provides punctual, professional, courteous service from a qualified, professional minister. There is no limit to the amount of communication needed in personalizing your vows. I understand that your SPECIAL DAY relies upon your ability to personalize your ceremony and vows until you feel they are perfect. I provide the calm, assertive and friendly demeanor that will guide you through the ceremony and allow you to relax and focus on enjoying your day. I can also assist in acquiring wedding ceremony supplies at low rates. Let me utilize my experience in making your day perfect. BESI has a package for every budget. Call Deborah now to discuss the options available at (714) 651-4190. BESI offers the following benefits:
The Sand Ceremony
The flowing sand and blending of the colors in the Unity Sand Ceremony symbolize the bringing together of two lives into one. The two sands symbolize everything that the bride and groom have been or will become in the future.
The blending of the sand represents the union not only of them but their friends and families as well. The separate sands once poured into the unity vase can never be put back into their separate vases. They are forever entwined just as the lives and loves of the bride and groom.
Some couples prefer to leave a small amount of sand in their respective container to show that even though they now function as one, they remain individuals.
The Rose Ceremony
The Rose Ceremony is simple yet profoundly moving. The bride and groom exchange two red roses, symbolizing the giving and receiving of their love for each other throughout their entire married life. The Rose Ceremony also conveys how to use the rose and its symbolism in difficult times in order to forgive each other. In the Rose Ceremony, the Bride and Groom give each other a Rose. Two roses are all that is necessary. The Rose Ceremony is placed at the end of the ceremony just before being pronounced husband and wife.
In the past, the rose was considered a symbol of love and a single rose always meant only one thing - it meant the words "I love you." So it is appropriate that for your first gift - as husband and wife - that gift would be a single rose.
The Wine Ceremony
In the Wine ceremony the bride and groom each take a carafe of wine and pour the wine into a single glass. They both drink the mixed wine to symbolize their willingness to share in both the joys and the disappointments of life.
Some couples have the bride pour a glass of white wine while the groom pours a glass of red wine. The bride and groom drink from each glass and then pour the wine together in a separate glass and the new glass of wine would look like a rosé. The officiant can talk about the color of the wines and the blending of hearts together to become one.
The Unity Candle Ceremony
The lighting of a unity candle is a relatively recent addition to the traditional wedding ceremony, most popular in the United States. The unity candle ceremony uses two taper candles with a large pillar candle (called the "unity candle") in the center. At the beginning of the wedding ceremony, a representative from each family (usually the mothers of the bride and groom) light the two taper candles. Later in the ceremony (usually after the formal vows), the bride and groom use the two taper candles to light the large pillar (unity) candle together.
Often a unity candle is decorated with the wedding invitation, an inscription, a picture of the couple, or other ornamentation. The candles are almost always white. The lighting ceremony may be accompanied by special music, an explanation of the symbolism, or just some period of mutual gazing by the happy couple. In some circles, it is customary for the couple to save the unity candle and relight it on anniversaries.
The veil and lasso (lazo) ceremony is a Mexican or Filipino tradition. It occurs after the exchange of the vows. The lasso is done by either the officiant, family member or members or members of the wedding party. The bride and groom kneel and the cord, in the shape of a figure eight (symbolizing infinity and everlasting fidelity) is placed over the couples shoulders startingf with the groom. Then a veil is placed over their shoulder, starting with the grooms first. The bride and groom are tied together representing their union and never ending love. The couple remains kneeling as the officiant says a prayer over them. After the prayer, the lasso and veil are removed by the same person who placed them on the couple starting with the groom and then the bride. The lasso is then given to the bride as a symbol of their everlasasting love.
After the bride and groom both declare their intent to enter into this union, the hands of the couple are clasped and fastened together with a cord or cords just before, just after, or during their vows are made to one another. The wrapping of the cord forms an infinity symbol. The hand-fasting knot that is tied is a symbolic representation of oneness between the couple. In a show of unity, they become bound to each other.
After the bride and groom both declare their intent to enter into this union, the hands of the couple are clasped and fastened together with a cord or cords just before, just after, or during their vows are made to one another. The wrapping of the cord forms an infinity symbol. The handfasting knot that is tied is a symbolic representation of oneness between the couple. In a show of unity, they become bound to each other.
Any type of Wedding Ceremony at a place of your choosing $179
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Jail Wedding $149 (requires notary which is not included)
Aaron and Gloria, June 4, 2011
Ramon and Martha, June 11, 2011
“Thank you so much for your beautiful service. My Mom and all the Family loved the ceremony. You were very nice to us, Patient and caring. Maybe one day.. I have the pleasure to have you for my wedding.”
Alex and Kim, August 27, 2011
Oscar & Salina, September 4, 2011
"I just wanted to take a moment to thank you so very much from the bottom of my heart! You made our ceremony just the way we wanted. It was spiritual, beautiful, and elegant. You did an amazing job. We were very happy with everything. Thank you for making our day so special and perfect! We really appreciate you and everything you did to help us and make it go smoothly."Ed and Sherry November 7, 2011
Oh my gosch you were Great We were all very happy with your services and I would tell anyone who needed you about you :) Have a Great Thanks Giving and wonderful Christmas Thank you again for everything! Randi :)
Victor and Veronica February 2012
very reliable and so nice. i was treated with so much respect she really loves what she does it shoes threw her work..thank you from the bottom of our hearts - Victor and Veronica..
Heather and Micheal March 17, 2012
Debra did a very good job due to the weather conditions she stode in the cold rainy weather and married us she even invited us to have our wedding at her house due to the rain but we weathered thru it. Thank you debra for being there.
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