RELIGIOUS CEREMONIES: Are of a particular denomination (e.g., Catholic, Jewish, Muslim etc.) or combination of denominations; characterized by formal or defining religious elements/rituals/traditions from one or more denominations.
NON-DENOMINATIONAL CEREMONIES: A non-denominational is a ceremony that is not of a particular denomination.
INTERFAITH CEREMONIES: Are also known as a multi-faith or interdenominational. A combination or blend of religions faiths ranging from only some religion to being entirely religious.
SPIRITUAL CEREMONIES: "Spiritual" means different things to different people. Most often, in a ceremony context, it is either the religious, sacred or divine feeling or essence underneath a religious element, ritual or tradition. The Ceremony often uses beautiful, inspiring words but is universal and stays away from any particular religion.
CIVIL/NON-RELIGIOUS CEREMONIES: No religion in the ceremony whatsoever, including no prayer (although a couple may have an invocation or poem that would be as meaningful to them as a prayer would be to a religious person. Kindly note that, a non-religious or civil ceremony can have absolutely as much meaningfulness, warmth and heart as any other type of ceremony. Non-religious or civil means no religion, but not "no love".
MULTI-CULTURAL CEREMONIES: Similar to interfaith except it involves combining or blending of a couple's cultures and heritage; may or may not have any religious elements--can be civil or non–religious, or very religious.