Wish to the Sea Ceremony
 

Our special "Wish to the Sea" ceremony follows after the main wedding ceremony. The Wish to the Sea is a great way to involve your guests in your wedding day! The shells are mini sand dollar biscuits that are on a stand behind the altar site, and after the bride and groom are pronounced husband and wife, they walk down the aisle to be congratulated by guests, then they walk back up the aisle for the Wish to the Sea, followed by guests. Each guest, along with the couple, will throw their shell into the sea with a silent blessing, wish or prayer for the new couple.

This is similar to Hawaii's Blessing of the Stones, however, we use sand dollar shells rather than stones.

*If you over 50 persons in your total guest count and bridal party, we suggest only having immediate family and bridal party participate in the Wish to the Sea. With too many guests there tends to be confusion and it is also sometimes difficult to gather everyone for the reception that follows. This is a good time to send other guests to your reception.

Wish to the Sea with the Virginia Beach Wedding Chapel

Wish to the Sea with the Virginia Beach Wedding Chapel

The Wish to the Sea is a great way to involve all of your guests

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