Friday, May 29, 2009

Marriage Salt Ceremony Covenant

What is a Salt Covenant?
During Old Testament times, agreements and promised were sealed by salt covenants. Each man would take a pinch of salt from his pouch and place it in the pouch of the other. Their agreement could not be broken unless they could each retrieve their own grains of salt. A Marriage Salt Covenant does the same thing by asking the bride and groom to combine their grains of salt. Their commitment to each other can not be broken unless they can each retrieve their own grains of salt. Since this is not possible it is a symbol of an unbreakable covenant and promise of love.

Why do you use salt?
Salt is considered a pure substance. Many people believe salt to be a good luck symbol and consider it to be a the purest of all earthly materials. It is used in many religious ceremonies as a symbol of purity.

Do you color your salt to match our wedding colors?
No, we do not color our salt because then you would be able to separate your salt from your spouses and it would no longer be an unbreakable agreement.

Can we perform the Marriage Salt Covenant during our
ceremony?

Yes, most churches will allow the Marriage Salt Covenant to be performed during the ceremony. Check with the church or minister performing the ceremony to be sure.

Do we have to perform the Marriage Salt Covenant during our
wedding ceremony?

No, the Marriage Salt Covenant is a wonderful addition to your ceremony but it can also be done in a more intimate setting before or after the ceremony. You can use the Marriage Salt Covenant to enhance the commitment that you have made to your spouse anytime, Many couples choose to do it during their reception or during the rehearsal dinner.

Is the Marriage Salt Covenant just for newly weds?
No, the Marriage Salt Covenant is great to renew a couple's commitment to each other no matter how long they have been married. It makes an excellent anniversary gift.

Can kids participate in the ceremony?
Yes, we encourage children to participate in the union of their parents. We offer additional vials for children to be able to participate in the ceremony and be reminded that they to are a part of the commitment being made.

Is it appropriate to use the Marriage Salt Covenant to honor
our families?

Yes, we often have couples looking for a way to honor deceased or living parents or loved ones use a Marriage Salt Covenant. You can purchase extra vials for them and have you or another family member or friend pour them into the unity vial with yours.

How long will my order take to ship and what is you return
policy?

Please see our Shipping Info page and Refund Policy page for more information on these topics.

How can I carry Marriage Salt Covenant products in my store
or on my website?

Please see our Wholesale page for more info on how to join our team.

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