Formal collaring ceremony
It is not something that happens overnight, nor is it something that should be done for all slaves. It is also not something a Dominant should take lightly either, as it is two people who are being bound to the collar. While a Dominant must always look out for any sub they choose to be with, including their safety, and well-being.
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What is a collaring ceremony?
An officiant is not required in a collaring ceremony since there is no legal requirements but some relationships want someone to help them lead into an exchange of vows or ritual that will seal the ceremony. They sky is the limit here. You may want someone to help you dress, but in most cases, you stand alone in front of your Dominant for a collaring. Why not use an existing ceremony and customize it for your needs. How many do you want to witness the event? Every month I'll update you on the latest from Submissive Guide and you'll get first access to new resources, offers and events.
Location Places to hold a collaring vary on preference. The submissive replies in kind with what they hope to achieve under the collar and how they feel about the relationship between the Dominant and submissive.
Officiant An officiant is not required in a collaring ceremony since there is no legal requirements but some relationships want someone to help them lead into an exchange of vows or ritual that will seal the ceremony. Invitations I strongly recommend you have invitations. I recommend you use a wedding as an example ceremony. Advertise on Submissive Guide.
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Dominants are likely to be fully dressed no matter what, but the options are still open. Attendants Unlike a wedding, it is very unlikely that there is a need for attendants. Places to hold a collaring vary on preference.
In closing, you have to just take the time to sit down and figure out what would be important to the two of you before planning something elaborate. Anyone you respect that would be willing to stand up and guide the two of you will work.
Ritual As with everything I am describing, it is a personal matter what you choose to use and not use, or how you plan to go about a formal ceremony of your own. Collaring ceremonies are typically smaller because of how many people that may be in the know of your lifestyle choice. Keep us running with your support.
A formal collaring ceremony is what came about because of this need. Receiving your collar is a special occasion for many submissives and slaves. There are many different ways you can word the invitation and I recommend you use a web search to find the wording that will work best for your personal situation.
There are some lovely ideas all over the internet. I remember the look in his eye when he placed the collar on me. They can be formal or informal.
How to plan a formal collaring ceremony
I think a common theme is that the Dominant explains to the assembled why they have chosen the submissive today and then pledges to the submissive to care for them. Attire Much like a wedding, you will want to figure out what everyone involved will wear.
You can host a play party, have a sit-down dinner or a full blown reception style celebration with dancing, music and the works. It is meant to be short and express the intimate moment between the parties.
Reception They sky is the limit here. I strongly recommend you have invitations.
Full leathers, tuxedos, kilts, all in black, really whatever again, conveys the right message about the couple. Who do you want to invite?
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It all works based on the atmosphere you want to convey. Unlike a wedding, it is very unlikely that there is a need for attendants. I have heard of many variations for the submissive from something akin to a simple wedding dress or suit, to a gauze nightgown, to a g-string, to nothing at all. For some, this time means a celebration of your relationship and the commitment that is about to happen.
You can certainly use wedding invites as a base for what to say. There are no right or wrong ways to be collared. After all, you are committing yourself to someone in a very special and often permanent way. An intimate feel may be just what you are looking for. Much like a wedding, you will want to figure out what everyone involved will wear.
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As with everything I am describing, it is a personal matter what you choose to use and not use, or how you plan to go about a formal ceremony of your own. Personally, I think a smaller affair has more impact than a large one but you may think otherwise. Because you have shared in our lives by your friendship and love we, Dominant and Submissive invite you to share the beginning of our new life together when a collar is given.
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If you are familiar with the bdsm community you may have heard of collaring ceremonies, but what are they?
I posted a few weeks ago about the ceremony that my esclave and I went through that formally acknowledged our relationship.
In the BDSM community, a collaring ceremony has similar ificance to a wedding ceremony among vanilla people.