A white dove release is truly a breathtaking experience that will lift the spirits and be remembered by all in attendance.
White doves have long been a symbol of love, fidelity, and peace. A professionally coordinated White Dove Release is the perfect and unique way to incorporate this symbolism into your wedding ceremony.
Whether you choose two doves, representing the unity of life’s journey, or the grandeur of a white flock release, it is sure to be an unforgettable addition to your special day.
A White Dove Release is the perfect gift idea for that special bride and groom! Contact us for more details.
Funerals & Memorials
When a loved one passes, we are often left with an empty, uncertain feeling. A dove release creates a symbolic and peaceful occasion, which can help begin closure. It symbolizes that the spirit has lifted unto the heavens and become free.
A single dove, representing the spirit of the deceased, is released at a given time during the service, often accompanied by a Scripture reading or a poem, chosen especially for the occasion. Three more doves are then released symbolizing the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit leading the soul of the loved one home to heaven. The white doves will circle overhead together before embarking
on their journey home.
This moving representation of your loved one’s assent to Heaven in the company of the Holy Trinity is sure to be a lasting memory that will fill everyone’s heart with comfort.
The white dove is universally recognized as a symbol of love, peace, and purity. A professionally coordinated White Dove Release is the perfect way to incorporate these symbolic associations into any of life’s meaningful occasions.
Any Special Occasion!
Imagine a flock of beautiful snow white doves
gracefully ascending into the blue Colorado sky …
A White Dove Release can Symbolize:
Marital Fidelity, Equality & Devotion to Family
Doves mate for life. Our birds work together, equally, to raise their family. Together, they choose the site and build their nest. They both incubate the eggs and they both feed the young.
can raise young all year round in climates where they can find plenty of food
all year long.
They only lay two eggs at a time, but they can raise a several pairs of young a year.
Loyalty to Home
Seeing a dove on your wedding day is said to ensure a happy home.
Our birds have a fierce desire to return home to their loft and their family.
White doves represented these Goddesses of Love:
4,000 B.C. Magna Mater, the mother goddess. 1750 B.C. Babylonian goddess Ishtar. 900 B.C. Phoenician goddess Asarte. Greek goddess Aphrodite. Roman goddess Venus
Other historical beliefs about doves:
Their powerful flight suggests individual strength, yet they flock together demonstrating how powerful the social bonds are within their flock. In ancient times, it was believed that doves choose their mates on February 14th. This belief gave rise to honoring one’s lover or sweetheart on that day.
In Arabic literature, the dove is a symbol of love and romance. Early Greeks and Romans viewed doves as representing love, devotion, and care for the family. In those ancient cultures, the groom would give a dove to the bride as a symbol of his promise to care for her and their family.
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take,
but by the number of moments that take our breath away.
We welcome the opportunity to customize a Release Package that’s just right for you. Contact Dream Wings Doves for more ideas!