Scouting Ceremonies

Ceremonies mark special Girl Scout events throughout the year. They can celebrate major transitions, such as bridging to another level or getting your Girl Scout pin, commemorate your accomplishment when you earn awards, or simply make the beginning or end of your group's meeting special. You can also plan a ceremony around a theme, such as friendship or nature, that you wish to explore in thought, words, or song. Whatever its purpose, every Girl Scout ceremony enables girls to share in a special part of Girl Scout history and create their own special memories.

I have included a printable ceremony planner on this page for you to save and use.  This makes planning ceremonies much easier. Ceremony Planner Printable





Daisy Investiture Ceremony Daisy Bridge Ceremony Glossary
Bake a Brownie Baking Brownies Traditional Girl Scout Pin
Brownie Golden Walk Brownie Bridging Contemporary GS Pin
Wishing Well Brownies Brownie Fly Up Juliette Low
Brownie Pond Brownie Nest Fly Up Four Winds Court of Awards
Adult (Candles) Junior Bridge Membership Star
Adult (Pearls) Junior Candle Bridge Parent's Law
Patchwork (Adult) Junior Bridge Poem Scout's Own
Leader Rededication Junior Journey Bridge Fun Awards
  Cadette Bridge Multiple Flag Ceremony
  Senior Bridge Gold Award Ceremony
  Service Unit Bridge Silver Award Ceremony
  SU Tree Bridge Indian Campfire Ceremony
  Stepping Stone Multi-Level Bridge Wishboat Ceremony
  Arch Multi-Level Bridge Nickname Ceremony
  Meaningful Bridges Build a Girl Scout House
    Troop Crest Ceremony
    Golden Link for Thinking Day
    Pearls and Wishes
    Flame Ceremony for Thinking Day
    Patrol Leader Installation
    Ashes of Friendship Ceremony