Every couple is unique. So every Unity Sculpture is unique, custom-made just for them.
Looking for ideas on exactly how to organize your glass ceremony?
Click below to read the stories from real couples, of what colours they chose, who would take part in the ceremony, using what special and symbolic containers...
We can’t wait to hear how YOU choose to celebrate your union!
A few Unity Hearts in some of our favourite colour combos! Not sure about your colour selection? Just let us know what colours you have in mind. The colour combination of each order is reviewed personally by the artists prior to shipping for your wedding. We always keep an eye out for you behind the scenes! Any questions? Drop us an e-mail! We love colour consultations!
"My choice: Peony Pink (pink represents love, the sensitive and feminine side) Amethyst Purple (I’ve loved purple since I was little) Emerald Green (Emerald, the favourite colour of my partner and future husband) Buttercup Yellow (Light, luminous intensity) Sapphire Blue (Nature, travel, escape…really resembles us) Peridot Yellow (A nice contrast, a lovely mixture) Carnelian Orange (I love orange) We will put the crystals in champagne flutes to show our festive natures..."
"We each chose our favourite color. Orange for him, Blue for her. We then decided we wanted two more colors, so each got to choose another one, that complimented the first. Ruby for him, White for her. Only then did it occur to us that our color combination looks like fire and ice. And that each represents our temperaments, but we chose the colors reversed. She has the fiery explosive one while his is more cool & soothing. And still they compliment each other perfectly, like the colors..."
"We were looking for an original ritual which we could invite our families and friends to participate in, and looks like this is the perfect fit! We’d like: - A mix of Topaz Blue and Lapis Lazuli Blue for the groom - A mix of Peridot Yellow and Buttercup Yellow for the bride - Emerald Green for our families and friends We chose colours because they reflect who we are..." (Click here to read the rest!)
We're loving this crystal colour order we got today from Mallorca! Pure White, Onyx Black, set off with gorgeous, ocean-inspired Topaz Blue. Wedding and Glass Ceremony set to happen in October. What colour is your love story?
A beautiful colour selection heading to Louise in Ireland – equal proportions of each colour to equally represent her & her husband, as well as their 3 little ones. We LOVE it when the whole family gets involved!
"We'd choose Peony Pink for Madame, Purple for Monsieur, Ivory White to represent marriage, and Steel Grey to represent the strength of our love. And everything into a candy jar because we are gourmands :)"
"What a great, original idea! We thought for the container for the crystals to take 2 olive oil bottles (empty obviously) in a special shape which we bought in a monastery in Greece in 2009 during our first vacation as a couple in the Cyclades. For the recipient, we are thinking of using the large transparent jar which sits next to our aquarium which we use for ..." (Click here to read the full description!)
"What a wonderful idea ! A magnificent symbol for life from the first most beautiful day of our life together… We chose the following colours: Peony Pink, Coral Red, Amethyst Purple. Sapphire Blue, Emerald Green, Topaz Blue, Onyx Black For the vessels we imagine putting the glass crystals into two champagne flutes that we would then pour into a round vase."
"We choose: • green which is my future husband’s favourite colour, the colour of hope and therefore the colour emerald which evokes internal peace. • purple which is my favourite colour and that of the amethyst, the stone which I wear every day and which evokes abundance. • And ivory which is one of our wedding colours and also the colour of my dress. We will use a vase that we have at home which belonged to my late mother, a way to include her also at our wedding..."
"For our civil ceremony planned for July 16 2016, we would love to be so lucky as to have a sculpture like this: - 40% Emerald Green, to symbolize him - 40% Peony Pink, to symbolize her - 20% Pure White, to symbolize what we will build in the future, and which will be poured in by our 4 parents. For collecting the crystals, we’d like to get ourselves a lovely vase, or look in the shelves of our grandparents… ;)"