Question by ♥ Honest Heart ♥: What kind of marriage ceremonies do atheists have?
None of my atheist friends are married yet, but those of you who have taken vows, what did you do about all of the religious undertones that exist in marriage vows? Did you simply write your own? Were you married by a priest or a clergy member? If not, who performed your ceremony? Just curious.
Actually, I do have one atheist friend who was married in the courthouse. But what about those of you who want actual weddings?
I'm not trying to get into a philosophical discussion. It's merely curiosity. Most traditional modern weddings as they are performed in the states are religious. I was asking what kind of ceremonies non-religious people have. This is a genuine interest type of question.
And I know he had an actual technical wedding, you know what I mean, though. Traditional white wedding dress, bridesmaids, groomsmen type thing.
Answer by Chimpanzer Tank!!
Tradition isn't only for the believers..some would do the whole church priest thing..
others will og to a courthouse..some a cool-ass place
What do you think? Answer below!
Stanford Memorial Church Wedding Vows