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When do we kiss in our Wedding Ceremony?

You kiss whenever you want to.

Traditionally the Kiss occurs just after the vows, since you will technically be married at that point.

However there is still the ‘signing’ (sign Certificates)  and few other bits and pieces to be enjoyed and so I usually suggest that to avoid confusion,  and to enable a smooth flow of ceremony, when there ceremony, the kiss has more meaning at the very end when I introduce you as a married couple for the first time.

But again, it is your ceremony, so kiss whenever you like, though it is wise to remember that all your guests are watching 🙂

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