LDS Temple Sealings

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Even though the temple is intricate, the sealing ceremony is not ostentatious. It is a short, simple ceremony with a beauty that LDS couples find hard to put into words. There is no music or processional, no walking down the aisle and no wedding party. The bride and groom wear white, plus the ceremonial clothes used in the endowment. Guests at the sealing wear their best Sunday dress clothes. As discussed, all guests must have LDS temple recommends and the guest list is recommended to be limited to only family and very close friends.
After some words of personal counsel from the temple sealer, the couple kneels across the altar from each other. The words of the ceremony…Read More