TRADITIONAL CEREMONY VOWS

 

OPENING

“Dearly Beloved, We are gathered here together to join this man and this woman in Holy Matrimony.”

“Who gives this woman to be married to this man?”

“Her mother and I or Her Family and I!”

“We are gathered here today to celebrate one of life's greatest moments. To give recognition to the worth and beauty of love, which shall unite Groom’s name and Bride’s name in matrimony.”

Vows

“Marriage is a partnership of two unique people who bring out the very best in each other and who know that even though they are wonderful as individuals, they are even better

“Groom’s name, “Do you take this woman to be your wife, to live together holy matrimony? To love, honor, and cherish her, to keep her in sickness and in health, For as long as you both shall live?" - "I do"

“Bride’s name, “Do you take this man to be your husband to live together holy matrimony? To love, honor, and cherish him, to keep him in sickness and in health, For as long as you both shall live?" "I do"

"Repeat after me. I Groom’s name, take you Bride’s name, to be my wife, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part."

"Repeat after me, I, Bride’s name, take you Groom’s name, to be my husband, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part."

Ring Exchange

“Wedding rings are an outward and visible sign of an inward spiritual grace, signifying to all the uniting of this man and this woman in marriage.”

“Groom’s name, Place the ring on Bride’s name, finger and repeat after me. I give you this ring, as a token and pledge, of my constant faith, and abiding love.”

“Bride’s name , Place the ring on Groom’s name , finger and repeat after me. I give you this ring, as a token and pledge, of my constant faith, and abiding love.”

Pronouncement

"By the authority vested in me under the laws of the State of Florida, I now pronounce you husband and wife." "You may kiss the bride."

“May I introduce to you Mr. & Mrs.___________.”

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CEREMONY VOW ADDITIONS

UNITY SAND

"The Unity Sand Ceremony is a nice addition to any beach wedding ceremony. It is perfect for the couple or a family."

"You may bring your own unity sand set, and colored sand if you like."

"This sand represents the days of your life before today, as the sands are joined together so shall the day so of your life be joined."

"The Unity Sand Ceremony is a great way to include children in your beach wedding ceremony. "

BLESSING STONES

" At the end of the ceremony we will gather all your wedding guest to the shore line for the Blessing Stone Ceremony."

" Each guest will recieve there own personal blessing stone. At the count of three you and your guest will throw the stone in the ocean and may a wish or prayer for your new marriage."

"Be careful of your aim and be sure to watch out for swimmers and beach goers."

TIE THE KNOT

"Test your nautical skills with Tie The Knot ceremony addition."

"You will be given two pieces of rope and form a Wedding Knot, the stronger the Knot the stronger your marriage will be."

THE HAND CEREMONY

"You will joins hands each with one palm up, and the officiant reads."

"These are the hands that will work alongside yours, as together you build your future.... these are the hands of your sole mate and friend."

READINGS AND POEMS

"There are so many beautiful wedding readings that it may be difficult to choose your favorite."

"Art of a Good Marriage, Apache Wedding Blessing, Irish Wedding Blessing, 1st Corithians, Treat Each Other With Respect and others make a great addition to your ceremony."

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