Ceremony suitable for a large troop. Can be used for just about anything. Requires three candles for Promise and ten candles for the Law.
Ceremonies mark special Girl Scout events throughout the year. There are many resources available to help you plan your special occasion. In addition to the resources and links below, try a web search on "Girl Scout Ceremonies" for more ideas.
No candles needed.
Requires five candles: green, red, blue, white and yellow.
Requires 6 cards or pieces of posterboard to spell out the word "Badges."
Suitable for girls bridging from Daisy to Brownie or flying up from Brownie to Junior level. No candles required.
Brownie Investiture or Daisy Bridging. Requires pond (mirror edged with greenery).
A shorter version of the Brownie Pond ceremony. Daisy Bridging or Brownie Investiture. Requires pond (mirror edged with greenery).
No candles required.
Outdoor ceremony; great for camping. Has 11 parts in the chain of life. Girls say a part and link strips of paper to form the chain.
Requires 1 green candle representing Girl Scouts, three candles for the Promise and five various color candles representing program activities.
A generic ceremony that can be used for Investiture, Rededication, Bridging or any other ceremony. Board with petals and center may be borrowed from the council (deposit required).
For Daisy Investiture when giving Daisy pins. Daisy petal board and flags may be borrowed from the council (deposit required).
Basic flag ceremony and information on flag etiquette.
Suitable for a church service on Girl Scout Sunday. No candles required.
Ceremony suitable Rededication, Bridging or any other ceremony. Candles optional.
A ceremony to use around the campfire.
Requires three candles for the Promise.
Generic ceremony. Requires three candles for the Promise and ten candles for the Law.
An action ceremony retelling the story of the Juliette Low World Friendship Fund.
A candle ceremony suitable for older girls.
Requires three candles for the Promise, ten candles for the Law and one candle for each girl.
Flag ceremony for multi-level events with girls representing each level of Girl Scouts (Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette and Senior).
Flag ceremony. No candles required.
All-purpose ceremony. Requires 13 candles for the Promise and Girl Scout Law.
An international ceremony suitable for Thinking Day. Requires one candle for Sisterhood and one candle for each race.
A different way to hold a flag ceremony. Requires one red, one blue and one white candle.
Suitable for older girls. Requires three candles for the Promise and 10 candles with words on values.
Create your own customized nametags for your Bridging ceremony using this template file. To download the file, right-click on the link and select "Save Target As..."
This is the workbook included in the Bridging to Juniors program box. An in-depth look at bridging: ceremonies, activities, songs.
Create paper flames for when use of lighted candles is prohibited or inappropriate.
This is the workbook included in the Bridging to Brownies program box. An in-depth look at bridging: ceremonies, activities, songs.
Create your own customized invitation to your Bridging to Juniors or Junior Court of Awards ceremony using this template file. The invitation is in the shape of a Junior vest with insignia on it.