Native American Traditional Wedding Vases

Published on January 31, 2012 by Casey

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Naive American Wedding Vase
Naive American Wedding Vase

Wedding Vases

A wedding vase is traditionally used by Native American couples in the Southwest but it is being used increasingly by couples everywhere drawn to the culture’s spirituality and reverence for nature, the earth, and the environment.

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During the ceremony each person drinks from a spout to symbolize both individuality and unity.

It is important to know that these vases are made to hold liquid for a very short period of time. The vase should be emptied and dried promptly after the ceremony and should never be used as a vessel for liquid which will destroy the vase.

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