One People, One Bird, One Wish…

For thousands of years, white doves have been a traditional symbol in wedding ceremonies. To the ancient Egyptians, the dove represented quiet innocence. The Chinese saw the dove as a symbol of peace and long life. To early Greeks and Romans, doves symbolized love, devotion, and caring. The dove was the sacred animal of Aphrodite and Venus, the goddesses of love.dove image
In these ancient cultures, the groom would give a dove to the bride, symbolizing his promise to help care for her and for the family.

These days, Doves are regularly released at weddings as a blessing for the bride and groom.

 

Doves pair up for life, so they are a true representation of love and the eternal commitment that a couple have made.

Continued…This tradition has become hugely popular at weddings in the United States and the UK in recent years. It is also quickly gaining popularity in Australia.

There are many bird fanciers that have put their expertise to providing doves for release at events around the world.

It is really easy to have a spectacular white dove release at your own wedding that is just as enchanting as it would have been for people that participated in the weddings of ancient times (probably much more!).Fontaine Vinyards thumbnail

This tradition has become hugely popular at weddings in the United States and the UK in recent years. It is also quickly gaining popularity in Australia.

There are many bird fanciers that have put their expertise to providing doves for release at events around the world.

It is really easy to have a spectacular white dove release at your own wedding that is just as enchanting as it would have been for people that participated in the weddings of ancient times (probably much more!).

This video gives a beautiful visual and verbal explanation.

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