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Marriage consists of entrusting our deepest selves into the loving care of another. It is a public and legal act, as well as, emotional and spiritual. The spiritual aspect of marriage should be embraced openly, seriously, and completely, as marriage is a conscious act of will. A couple who are wed must continually renew their will to be joined and accept the challenges that living together in love offer. They
must decide that they will face the fears that are a necessary part of establishing and nurturing an intimate relationship.

Groom and Bride commit themselves today, to each other, in sacred trust. They promise to embrace conflict, as well as peace; to work as well as play; to struggle as well as bask; to give as well as receive; and to be with, stay with, and move toward one another. They view marriage as a coming together at all levels of being, mind, body, and spirit. A commitment includes the willingness to be open and vulnerable; and the courage to take risks.

Welcoming of the Guests

Amid the hectic pace of today's world it is easy to lose site of the important things in life. Although I'm sure that you are all very happy to be here with them, they wanted very much to express how deeply grateful they are to have you both here today and in their lives. All of you are those nearest and dearest to them. You all supply them with different aspects of that which they will need to accomplish their goal of living a long and happy life together. Those of you who have the wisdom of age, it is from you whom they can seek council in times of difficulty.

In the children here, they see the embodiment of their hopes and dreams for the future. And the rest of you... You are like the personal record keepers of times and places and events in their lives. Without all of you and the sharing of these events our memories would lose the scents and colors and the flavor and emotion that keeps them vibrant and alive. Without all of you the past would fade to black and white over time, so please remember that your presence here is a vital part in this celebration."


addressing couple

Today is the public affirmation and acknowledgment of all that you are to each other.
Seemingly your relationship will be as it has always been, yet there is a power in the spoken
word. May that power bring you all the warmth & closeness, security & comfort, joy and happiness that this world has to offer."

The Rings

"May I have the rings please?"

"You are about to present a ring to each other. The wedding ring, a complete circle, is the symbol of the completeness a husband and wife find in a marriage relationship. The ring has no beginning and no end, just as true love is never-ending. The ring also is made of precious metals, just as true love is a precious treasure. As you place the wedding ring on each other's hand, may it not only remind you of the endless love you possess for one another, but may it also be a reminder of the precious gift that has been given you to make you complete."

Ring Vows

"Bride, in committing yourself to Groom,
you must promise to continue to be sensitive to her needs
and to listen when she explains their nature.
You must promise to be there when she needs you
and to do everything in your power to insure
her security, happiness and peace of mind.
You must promise to share with her your joy of living
and be a loving companion.
Do you so promise?"

Bride: "I do."

"Will you then place this ring upon your beloved's finger
and repeat after me please.....

"I, Bride, take you Groom,
to be my lawful wedded wife,
to have and to hold, from this day forward,
for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer,
in sickness and health, until death do us part."


"Groom, in committing yourself to Bride,
you must promise to continue to be sensitive to his needs
and to listen when he explains their nature.
You must promise to be there when he needs you
and to do everything in your power to insure
his security, happiness and peace of mind.
You must promise to share with him your joy of living
and be a loving companion.
Do you so promise?"

Groom: "I do."

"Will you then place this ring upon your beloved's finger
and repeat after me please.....

"I, Groom, take you Bride,
to be my lawful wedded husband,
to have and to hold, from this day forward,
for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer,
in sickness and health, until death do us part."

Closing Words

"May you have many joys,
and be the light of each other's days.
May all that you are, always be in love;
And may all that is love, always be in you.
May you always see and encourage the best in each other.
May the challenges that life brings your way
make your marriage grow stronger.
May you always be each other's best friend
and greatest love.."

Pronouncement and Presentation

"You are now as your hearts have always known:
Husband and Wife. You may kiss the Bride!

Ladies and gentlemen may I present
Mr. and Mrs. Bride and Groom!"

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