Ceremonies

TRADITIONAL RELIGIOUS CEREMONY


OPENING REMARKS
Dearly Friends and Family, we are gathered here in the sight of
God, and in the face of this company, to join together this man
and this woman in Holy Matrimony.

The Bible says that marriage is to be entered into with reverence
and in the fear of God, and it’s into this holy estate these two
people now come to be joined.

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 together.
Today, we celebrate these two lives becoming one.

OPENING PRAYER

I WILLS
_______________________, will you take this woman to be your
wife, to live together in holy matrimony? Will you love her, comfort
her, honor and keep her, in sickness and in health; and forsaking
all others, keep yourself only unto her so long as you live?
(I Will)
_______________________, will you take this man to be your
husband, to live together in holy matrimony? Will you love him,
comfort him, honor and keep him, in sickness and in health; and
forsaking all others, keep yourself only unto him so long as you live?
(I Will)

Who gives this woman to be married to this man? “Her Mother
and I”

VOWS

(Groom)
_______________________repeat after me.
I______________________ , take you _____________________,
To be my wedded wife
To have and to hold
From this day forward
For better for worse
For richer for poorer
In sickness and in health
To love and to cherish
Til death do us part
I pledge you my faith.
(Bride)

_________________________repeat after me.
I_____________________, take you _______________________,
To be my wedded husband
To have and to hold
From this day forward
For better for worse
For richer for poorer
In sickness and in health
To love and to cherish
Til death do us part
I pledge you my faith.

RING EXCHANGE

Wedding rings are an outward and visible sign of a heartfelt
commitment, signifying to all the uniting of this man and
woman in marriage.

(Groom)
_________________________ , place the ring on her finger,
and repeat after me.
As a sign of the covenant
I make with you today
I give you this ring.
It’s a token and pledge
Of my constant faith
And abiding love.

(Bride)
__________________________ , place the ring on his finger, and
repeat after me.
As a sign of the covenant
I make with you today
I give you this ring.
It’s a token and pledge
Of my constant faith
And abiding love.

SAND CEREMONY

You have committed today to share the rest of your lives
together. This relationship is symbolized through the pouring
of these two individual containers of sand.
One representing you _______________________ (groom) and
all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever be.
(Groom pours some of his sand first)
The other representing you ______________________ (bride),
and all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever
be.
(Bride pours some of her sand)
As these two containers of sand are poured into the third
container, the individual containers of sand will no longer exist,
but will be joined together as one.
(Bride and Groom pour the rest of their sand together)
We believe that just like the sand, your marriage from this
moment forward will be united and inseparable.

PRONOUNCEMENT

For as much as _________________________ and
__________________________, have consented together in
marriage, and have given and pledged their faith to each other,
and have declared the same by the giving and receiving of rings
and joining of hands, I pronounce that they be husband and wife
together in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
______________________________, you may kiss the bride!

It’s my privilege to introduce to you, Mr and Mrs. _______________.

WINE BOX CEREMONY

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Officiant: _____ and _____ have chosen as a couple to perform a Love Letter & Wine Box ceremony.

This box contains a bottle of wine, two glasses, and a love letter from each to the other. The letters describe the good qualities they find in one another, the reasons they fell in love, and their reasons for choosing to marry. The letters are sealed in individual envelopes and they have not seen what the other has written. You have created your very own “romantic” time capsule to be opened on your 5th wedding anniversary.

I recommend that you keep the box in a place of honor prominently displayed in your home as a constant reminder of your commitment to each other.

Officiant: _____ and _____ should you ever find your marriage enduring insurmountable hardships, you are to as a couple, open this box, sit and drink the wine together, then separate and read the letters you wrote to one another when you were united as a couple in marriage. By reading these love letters you will reflect upon the reasons you fell in love and chose to marry each other here today.

The hope is, however, that you will never have a reason to open this box. And if this is the case, you are to open this box to share and enjoy on your 5th year wedding anniversary!

Officiant: _____ and _____, you may now seal the box.

DOWNLOAD SAMPLE CEREMONIES

Wedding-Vows

Traditional Religious Ceremony
Commitment Ceremony
Ceremony 2
Ceremony 3
Sand Ceremony with Children
Wine Box Ceremony

CONTACT

Phone: (813) 406-2416
Email
: yourwedpastor@gmail.com
Location: We perform ceremonies throughout the Tampa Bay area.

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