The 1st-level cleric spell ceremony is complex: first, the caster takes 8 hours casting the spell then for 1 hour grants 2 creatures a benefit depending on the picked ceremony—either funeral, holiday fete, marriage, or naming—and an additional benefit depending on one of the caster's domains.
Obviously, this is supposed to be a role-playing spell—like AD&D's Unearthed Arcana spell ceremony that it echoes—, but this is Pathfinder, so Abe doesn't want to join two folks in holy matrimony1 or name a baby2 or any of that crap. He wants to use this spell to gain cheap water breathing or improve his monster-murdering ability.
Thus Abe, a spellcaster with the feat Craft Wand who can't cast the spell ceremony, works alongside Bob, a cleric who can cast the spell ceremony, to create a spiffy new wand of ceremony (1st-level spell at caster level 1) (750 gp; 0 lbs.) (50 charges).
The next morning—from, like, dawn until 2 PM—Abe makes a Use Magic Device skill check to use the wand (DC 20) and takes 8 hours to cast on himself and his compsognathus familiar Clyde the spell ceremony.3
What domain benefits granted by the spell ceremony can Abe bestow on himself and Clyde? That is, is Abe limited in his choices because of the way the wand of ceremony was created? Further, must Abe make additional Use Magic Device skill checks to bestow these benefits because Abe doesn't have any domains?
1 Granting the newly married couple for 1 hour a +1 sacred bonus on saving throws against fear and emotion effects. Sure. Whatever.
2 Whose parents can can cast sanctuary once during the hour afterward. Maybe parent's'll need a 1-round time-out?
3 C'mon, you know the ceremony Abe picks is holiday fete. The only other choice would see Abe and Clyde married, and Clyde's not ready, okay?