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Bridal Crowns

chapter-image2-1009110736.jpgGreek Orthodox Wedding Crowns [Stefana]

The Crowning Ceremony is the climax of the Marriage Service.

In the Orthodox Church each wedding is like a Coronation Service. Since the Bride and Groom are regarded as part of the “royal family” of God, they are crowned king and queen of their own dominion - their new fellowship and family. Crowns are a symbol of victory for those who “have fought the good fight” of the Christian life and “have kept the faith”. In short, both they and the actual office of marriage are given great honour.

They are a sign of the bond between the Bride and Groom and represent the glory and honour which God bestows upon the couple who have observed His Commandments.

Information Courtesy Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

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