Ceremony Script Writer


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The bride's name is __________ and the groom's name is ____________.

The wedding will take place on _________________ at _______.

The wedding will be held at _________.

The email is __________________ and the phone number is ___________

Your special instructions:

Our ceremony script writer is simple and easy to use. In each section, select the writing you like the most. You will have the opportunity to customize the vows when you get to the end. This is designed so you can only choose one writing area per section to ensure no mistakes are made. For convenience and ease, all of the sections are accessible by clicking each link below on the left. When you click the part link, your options will open on the same page. When you are done, just reclick the link you used to open it which will collapse the section and go onto the next section. The vows will automatically compile themselves below when you click each selection. You can always go back and make changes if need be.

Please note that all sections are not required to be filled out. If you would like a "short and sweet" ceremony, please pick only what you would like read.

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Part One: Introductions

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 Religious

Hello, I am Reverend REVERANDNAME.
We're about to start the ceremony: as we wait for the wedding party to line up and come in, I'd like to invite you to join me in the mystical ritual of making sure the cell phone is quiet. [grin]

[bridal party enters]

Welcome! Thank you for coming to this celebration!

______ grew up in a Christian family and ______ in a muslim family. The Jewish word for God is Eloah. The arab word for God is Allah. Whatever words one might use to refer to God is not important. Whatever rites one might employ to celebrate God is also not important. Faith, is what is in your heart and all the good things you do because of it.

The Koran requires that a husband and a wife should be as garments for each other. Just as garments are for protection, comfort, show and concealment for human beings, Allah expects husbands and wives to be for one another. Men and women, should protect friends of one another; should enjoin the right and forbid the wrong, and should establish worship and take care of the poor.

The Bible, teaches us that Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

 Funny

Hello, I am Reverend REVERANDNAME.
We're about to start the ceremony: as we wait for the wedding party to line up and come in, I'd like to invite you to join me in the mystical ritual of making sure the cell phone is quiet. [grin]

[bridal party enters]

Welcome! Thank you for coming to this celebration!

We are gathered together here in the presence of friends and family to celebrate the love which ______ and ______ have for each other; to give social recognition to their decision to commit their lives and accept each other completely; to learn how to help and understand each other; and together, to travel through life and share their love of hockey.

So what’s hockey got to do with this? Well, hockey and marriage aren’t all that different! Both require a lot of hard work, a lot of running, and a lot of learning and analyzing mistakes and starting over, every morning is a new day, a chance to make it better – as long as you are committed to make it better. A good game, and a good marriage – don’t just happen. It takes love to get started, and sheer determination to make it through. And in spite of all the knocking of heads, and checking, and clashing about goals, activities, kids, toys and other equipment, it is a wonderful experience with which we grow and in which we fulfill an important part of who we are and who we become.

Before we continue, if any of you has anything to say that might change their minds, they don't want to hear it. However, they do want to hear from you that you are their village, that you will always be their friends, and that you will always support and encourage them as they build the skills and work up the commitment and dedication needed to make marriage work. You are here as fans, coaches and team members. I realize each of you comes from one side, so I would encourage you to embrace both of them and support them in their journey.



 Funny

Hello, I am Reverend REVERANDNAME.
We're about to start the ceremony: as we wait for the wedding party to line up and come in, I'd like to invite you to join me in the mystical ritual of making sure the cell phone is quiet. [grin]

[bridal party enters]

Welcome! Thank you for coming to this celebration!

We gathered together here in the presence of [optional: God,] friends and family to celebrate the love which ______ and ______ have for each other, to give social recognition to their decision to commit their lives and accept each other completely, to learn how to help and understand each other, to build a family, and together, to travel through life.

If any of you has anything to say that might change their minds… they… don’t want to hear it... However, they do want to hear from you that you are their village, that you will always be their friends, and will always support and encourage them as they discover the commitment and dedication needed to make marriage work. And that is why you are here today.

 Formal

Hello and welcome!

We gathered together here in the family to celebrate the love which ______ and ______ have for each other, to give social recognition to their decision to commit their lives and accept each other completely, to learn how to help and understand each other, to build a family, and together, to travel through life.

Further, ______ and ______ want to thank each one of you for being here with them on this special day and they hope you will always be their village, and will always support and encourage them as they discover the commitment and dedication needed to make marriage work; so, this invitation is not just for one afternoon, it is an open invitation to be a part of their life.


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Part Two: Readings

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 Interfaith

Love is a friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty through good and bad. It settles for less than perfection, and makes allowances for human weakness. Love is content with the present. It hopes for the future and it doesn’t brood over the past. It’s the day-in and day-out chronicle of irritations, problems, compromises, small disappointments, big victories, and working toward common goals. If you have love in your life, it can make up for a great many things you lack. If you don’t have it, no matter what else there is, it is not enough, so search for it, ask God for it, and share it!

 Interfaith

__________ and __________, I know you're eager to kiss and run away to live happily ever after... but before we’re done, I’d like to read to you about the Art of Marriage

In Marriage, The little things are the big things. It is never being too old to hold hands. It is remembering to say "I love you" at least once a day.

It is never going to sleep angry. It is at no time taking the other for granted; the courtship should not end with the honeymoon, it should continue through all the years.

It is having a mutual sense of values and common objectives. It is standing together facing the world. It is forming a circle of love that gathers in the whole family. It is doing things for each other, not in the attitude of duty or sacrifice, but in the spirit of joy.

It is speaking words of appreciation and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways. It is not expecting the husband to wear a halo or the wife to have wings of an angel. It is not looking for perfection in each other.

It is cultivating flexibility, patience, understanding and a sense of humor. It is having the capacity to forgive and forget. It is giving each other an atmosphere in which each can grow.

It is finding room for the things of the spirit. It is a common search for the good and the beautiful. It is establishing a relationship in which the independence is equal, dependence is mutual and the obligation is reciprocal. It is not only marrying the right partner, it is being the right partner.



 Poem

Marriage is love walking hand in hand together. It's laughing with each other about silly little things, and learning to discuss big things with care and tenderness. In marriage, love is trusting each other when you're apart. It's getting over disappointments and hurts, knowing that these are present in all relationships. It's the realization that there is no one else in this world that you'd rather be with than the one you're married to. It's thinking of new things to do together; Marriage is being in love for the rest of your life.

 Poem

Let me not to the marriage of true minds Admit impediments. Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds. Or bends with the remover to remove: O, no! it is an ever-fixed mark, That looks on tempests and is not shaken; It is the star to every wandering bark, Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken. Love's not time's fool, though rosy lips and cheeks Within his bending sickle's compass come; Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks, But bears it out even to the edge of doom, If this be error, and upon me proved, I never writ, nor no man ever loved.



 Poem

We, unaccustomed to courage exiles from delight live coiled in shells of loneliness until love leaves its high holy temple and comes into our sight to liberate us into life. Love arrives and in its train come ecstasies old memories of pleasure ancient histories of pain. Yet if we are bold, love strikes away the chains of fear from our souls. We are weaned from our timidity In the flush of love's light we dare be brave And suddenly we see that love costs all we are and will ever be. Yet it is only love which sets us free.

 Poem

Come join us in celebration, those who love sunshine on meadow
Who love shadow of the forest,
love the wind among the branches and the palacades of pine trees, and the thunder in the mountains whose innumerable echoes flap like eagles in their eries.
Listen to this song of marriage. How, from another tribe and country came a young man, “give me as my wife this maiden, and our hands be clasped more closely, and our hearts be more united.
Thus it is, our daughters leave us, those we love and those who love us. When a youth with flaunting feathers beckons to the fairest maiden.
From the sky the sun benignant looked upon them through the branches, Saying to them, “oh, my children life is checkered shade and sunshine.”
The two figures man and woman Standing hand in hand together, with their hands so clasped together that they seem in one united. And the words thus represented are, “I see your heart within you.”
Sing them songs of love and longing Now, let's feast and be more joyous.



 Poem

You are holding up a ceiling with both arms. It is very heavy, but you must hold it up, or else it will fall down on you. Your arms are tired, terribly tired, and, as the day goes on, it feels as if either your arms or the ceiling will soon collapse. But then, unexpectedly, something wonderful happens: Someone, a man or a woman, walks into the room and holds their arms up to the ceiling beside you. So you finally get to take down your arms. You feel the relief of respite, the blood flowing back to your fingers and arms. And when your partner's arms tire, you hold up your own to relieve him again. And it can go on like this for many years without the house falling.

 Poem

Love, trust, and forgiveness are the foundations of marriage. In marriage, many days will bring happiness, while other days may be sad. But together, two hearts can overcome everything... In marriage, all of the moments won't be exciting or romantic, and sometimes worries and anxiety will be overwhelming. But together, two hearts that accept will find comfort together. Recollections of past joys, pains, and shared feelings will be the glue that holds everything together during even the worst and most insecure moments. Reaching out to each other as a friend, and becoming the confidant and companion that the other one needs, is the true magic and beauty of any two people together. It's inspiring in each other a dream or a feeling, and having faith in each other and not giving up... even when all the odds say to quit. It's allowing each other to be vulnerable, to be himself or herself, even when the opinions or thoughts aren't in total agreement or exactly what you'd like them to be. It's getting involved and showing interest in each other, really listening and being available, the way any best friend should be. Exactly three things need to be remembered in a marriage if it is to be a mutual bond of sharing, caring, and loving throughout life: love, trust, and forgiveness.



 Religious

I shall now read to you from the Bible, wise words about love, and what it takes to nurture a relationship; the passage is from Corinthians 1:13

If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. If I give all I possess to the poor and surrender my body to the flames, but have not love, I gain nothing.

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

 Religious

You have arrived at this moment because of feelings, shared experiences, and shared interests. Now, you are ready to merge bank accounts and laundry.

When feelings are frazzled, and life gives you too little time together, what will hold you together? Will you recall that list of things about your beloved that gave you goosebumps and made you laugh? Will you recall those times your beloved encouraged you, cared for you while you were ill, and told you you could do the impossible?

Saint Paul gave a description of unconditional love:

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and always perseveres. Love never fails.

True Christian marriage is always a merger, never a takeover. Life now becomes a joint venture, and two together are much stronger than two separate, even if following the same path.



 Religious

Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loves is born of God, and knows God. He that loves not knows not God; for God is love. In this was manifested the love of God towards us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through him. Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also love one another. No man has seen God at any time. If we love one another, God dwells in us, and his love is perfected in us

 Religious

My beloved spoke, and said unto me, Rise up, my love, my fair one, and come away. For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone: The flowers appear on the earth: the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land; The fig tree puts forth her green figs, and the vines with the tender grape give a good smell. Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away.

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Part Three: Questions and Intent

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 Formal

__________, will you have this man to be your husband; to live together in the covenant of marriage? Will you love him, comfort him, honor and keep him, in sickness and in health; and, forsaking all others, be faithful to him as long as you both shall live?

__________, will you have this woman to be your wife; to live together in the covenant of marriage? Will you love her, comfort her, honor and keep her, in sickness and in health; and, forsaking all others, be faithful to her as long as you both shall live?

 Interfaith

__________ "Do you take __________ to be your wedded husband, to share your life openly, standing with him, in sickness and in health, in joy and in sorrow, in hardship and in ease, to cherish and to love, so long as you both shall live?"

__________ "Do you take __________ to be your wedded wife, to share your life openly, standing with her, in sickness and in health, in joy and in sorrow, in hardship and in ease, to cherish and to love, so long as you both shall live?"



 Interfaith

Do you __________, take __________ to be your friend, your lover and your wife, to cherish and to love her more and more with each passing day, to respect and to support her in all that she does?

Do you __________, take __________ to be your friend, your lover and your husband, to cherish and to love him more and more with each passing day, to respect and to support him in all that he does?

 Interfaith

Do you __________, take __________ to be your cherished and beloved, your best friend and your wife, to protect and to love her more and more with each passing day, to honor and to support her in everything that she does?

Do you __________, take __________ to be your cherished and beloved, your best friend and your husband, to serve and to love him more and more with each passing day, and to support him in everything that he does?

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Part Four: Activity

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 Interfaith

__________ and __________ will now light up a unity candle; each of them using a candle whose light is the love of the family that nurtured them into the person they came to be, and the light of the unity candle signifying the love which they have for each other, the family they will build together, and, hopefully, the new life they will nurture together.

 Interfaith

Rev: I’d like the parents to come forward to light the individual candles representing your families and the lives of these children you have raised with love, patience and sacrifice. … thank you mom and thank you dad – for all that you’ve done to allow us to meet and enjoy __________ and __________ as the people you have raised them to be. __________ and __________ will now light up a unity candle; the light of the unity candle signifying the love which they have for each other, the family they will build together, and, hopefully, the new life they will nurture together.



 Interfaith

__________ and __________ will now perform the sands ceremony... [prompts couple to go ahead to pour the sands]

each one of them will pour their own sand in a common vase – the symbolism being that each one bring their life, experience, feelings and uniqueness into this marriage, the family they start here before you. The united sands represent the love which they have for each other, the family they will build together, and, hopefully, the new life they will nurture together.

 Interfaith

Unity Candle – __________ and __________ will now light a unity candle. The two outside candles have been lighted to represent both your lives in this moment. They are two distinct lights, each capable of going their separate ways. As you join now in marriage, there is a merging of these two lights into one light. From now on your thoughts shall be for each other rather than your individual selves. Your plans shall be mutual, your joys and sorrows shall be shared alike. As you each take a candle and together light the center one, you start a new family, with a unity of hopes, dreams and families…



 Interfaith

[Minister holds up the cup]

__________ and __________ will now perform a Korean wine sharing ceremony.

[Minister gives cup to Best Man. Best Man pours wine into the cup, and gives cup to the groom, who drinks from the cup. Groom hands cup back to Best Man. Best Man gives the cup to the Maid of Honor. Maid of Honor pours wine into the cup, gives cup to the bride. Bride sips from the cup. Bride gives cup back to Maid of Honor. Maid of Honor gives cup to Best Man. Repeat. Bow to each set of parents, and bow to the guests.

 Religious

Minister: __________ extend your left arm and __________ please extend your right arm –

Minister: taking the joined left hands, and the rope

Here before witnesses, and have sworn vows to each other. With this cord, I bind them to the vows that they each have made. (wrap the cord loosely around both arms) However this binding is not tied, so that neither is restricted by the other, and the binding is only enforced by both their wills.

Minister to Couple: please repeat after me

Heart to thee,
Soul to thee,
Body to thee,
Forever and always,
So mote it be.

Minister: So mote it be.

Minister unbinds their arms.

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Part Five: Vows

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 Funny

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

I __________ take you __________ to by my best friend, my lover and my wife. I will be yours in times of plenty and in times of need, in times of sickness and in times of health, in times of joy and in times of sadness, in times of failure and in times of victory. I promise to cherish and respect you, to care for and to protect you, to comfort and encourgage you, and to faithfully stay with you, for the rest of my life.

__________, as you place the ring on __________'s hand please look at him and repeat after me:

I, __________, take you __________, to be my husband, my best friend and my lover, my faithful partner and my other hald from this day forward. I will cherish our union and will love you more with each passing day. I will trust you and respect you, laugh with you and cry with you, care for you and protect you. When I am moody and crabby, I promise not to take it all out on you. Most importantly, I give you my promise to love you faithfully through good times and bad, regardless of the obstacles we may face together. I give you my hand, my heart and all of my love, from this day forward, for as long as we shall live.

 Interfaith

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

I love you, __________. Today is a very special day. Long ago you were just a dream and a prayer. Thank you for being what you are to me. With our future as bright as the promises of God, I will care for you, honor and protect you. I lay down my life for you, my friend and my love.

__________, as you place the ring on __________'s hand please repeat after me:

I love you, __________. Today is a very special day. Long ago you were just a dream and a prayer. Thank you for being what you are to me. With our future as bright as the promises of God, I will care for you, honor and protect you. I lay down my life for you, my friend and my love.



 Interfaith

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

I, __________, take you, __________, to be my wedded wife. To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, and I promise my love to you forevermore.

__________, as you place the ring on __________'s hand please look at him and repeat after me:

I, __________, take you, __________, to be my wedded husband. To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, and I promise my love to you forevermore.

 Interfaith

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and 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 or in health, to love and to cherish 'till death do us part. And hereto I pledge you my faithfulness.

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at him and 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 or in health, to love and to cherish 'till death do us part. And hereto I pledge you my faithfulness.



 Interfaith

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

__________, Our love has opened windows to the worlds we lived in as children. I have found profound respect for your heritage; but I am not part of it. We have vowed to live our adult lives together. Our marriage will be a new creation. Now I promise to build bridges of understanding, and share the best of myself with your family, your friends, and you.

__________, as you place the ring on __________'s hand please look at her and repeat after me:

__________, Our love has opened windows to the worlds we lived in as children. I have found profound respect for your heritage; but I am not part of it. We have vowed to live our adult lives together. Our marriage will be a new creation. Now I promise to build bridges of understanding, and share the best of myself with your family, your friends, and you.

 Interfaith

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

In the presence of our family and friends, I __________, choose you __________ to be my wife. To laugh with you in joy, to grieve with you in sorrow, to grow with you in love, to be faithful to you alone, as long as we both shall live.

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

In the presence of our family and friends, I __________, choose you __________ to be my husband. To laugh with you in joy, to grieve with you in sorrow, to grow with you in love, to be faithful to you alone, as long as we both shall live.



 Interfaith

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

I, __________ give myself to you, __________, completely and unconditionally. With my heart, my hands and my words, I will respect you and protect you. In sunshine and in rain, in joy and in pain, in plenty and in need, I will be your husband, best friend and lover, so long as we both shall live.

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me:

I, __________ give myself to you, __________, completely and unconditionally. With my heart, my hands and my words, I will respect you and protect you. In sunshine and in rain, in joy and in pain, in plenty and in need, I will be your wife, best friend and lover, so long as we both shall live.

 Interfaith

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

I love you __________.
I will always be with you,
for better or for worse,
whatever life may bring!

__________, place the ring on __________'s hand please repeat after me:

I love you __________.
I will always be with you,
for better or for worse,
whatever life may bring!



 Interfaith

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

I, __________, promise to love and cherish you __________. To give you strength, to help you in good times and in bad.
To respect our individuality, to make our home one of love and understanding.
I promise to be faithful to you, giving you all of myself, all of my tomorrows, all of my life.

__________ as you place this ring on __________'s hand, please repeat after me

I, __________, promise to love and cherish you __________. To give you strength, to help you in good times and in bad.
To respect our individuality, to make our home one of love and understanding.
I promise to be faithful to you, giving you all of myself, all of my tomorrows, all of my life.

 Religious

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

Before God our Father, Who has given us the gift of love, I __________, join with you, __________, in the covenant of marriage. I promise to give my faithful, life-giving love to you, and to share my life with you, as long as we shall live. May this community of faith witness our love for each other for the rest of our lives.

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

Before God our Father, Who has given us the gift of love, I __________, join with you, __________, in the covenant of marriage. I promise to give my faithful, life-giving love to you, and to share my life with you, as long as we shall live. May this community of faith witness our love for each other for the rest of our lives.



 Religious

May we have the rings please?

__________, place the ring on __________'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

In the sight of God and these witnesses, I, __________ take you, __________ to be my wife and lifelong partner; to care for you and encourage you; to love and protect; for better, for worse; for richer, for poorer; in sickness and in health; so long as we both shall live.

__________ place the ring on __________,'s finger, please look at her and repeat after me

In the sight of God and these witnesses, I, __________ take you, __________ to be my husband and lifelong partner; to care for you and encourage you; to love and respect; for better, for worse; for richer, for poorer; in sickness and in health; so long as we both shall live.

 Religious

May we have the rings please?

__________, as you place the ring on __________'s hand, please repeat after me

I __________ take you __________ to be my wedded wife. I promise to be faithful to you, to give and to receive, to care and console, to inspire and respond, loving you now, but even more in your growing and becoming. I will love you when we are together and when we are apart, when life is peaceful and in disorder, when I am proud of you and when I am disappointed in you, in times of leisure and in times of work. I will honor goals and dreams, and help you to realize them. I will be open and honest with you, and join with you in seeking the fulfillment of our lives with God as my help.

__________, as you place the ring on __________'s hand, please repeat after me

I __________ take you __________ to be my wedded husband. I promise to be faithful to you, to give and to receive, to care and console, to inspire and respond, loving you now, but even more in your growing and becoming. I will love you when we are together and when we are apart, when life is peaceful and in disorder, when I am proud of you and when I am disappointed in you, in times of leisure and in times of work. I will honor goals and dreams, and help you to realize them. I will be open and honest with you, and join with you in seeking the fulfillment of our lives with God as my help.

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Part Six: Prayer

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 Interfaith

Dear Lord,

Thank you for this wonderful company, and good health and beautiful smiles all around.

Please look upon these people as they come before you to celebrate your creation by uniting this man and this woman in a new family.

Please give __________ and __________ love so strong as to weather time and distance and any sadness

Please give them wisdom so deep as to learn how to listen to one another and how to be quiet... sometimes

Please give them courage so brave as to allow them to do the right thing every time, no matter how hard that might feel

And give them health and joy as to live long, happy lives, enjoying each other's company and that of wonderful children.

Amen

 Interfaith

Our Father,

who art in heaven,
Hallowed be thy Name.

Thy kingdom come.
Thy will be done,
On earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive those who trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation,
But deliver us from evil.

For thine is the kingdom,
and the power, and the glory,
for ever and ever.

Amen.



 Interfaith

__________ and __________,

Now you will feel no rain,
For each of you will be shelter to the other.

Now you will feel no cold,
For each of you will be warmth to the other.

Now there will be no more loneliness,
For each of you will be companion to the other.

Now you are two bodies,
But there is one life before you.

Go now to your dwelling place,
To enter into the days of your togetherness.
And may your days be good and long upon the earth.

 Interfaith

Dear God, grant to __________ and __________ a true love to unite them to each other; patience to assimilate their differences; forgiveness to cover their failures; guidance to lead them in the right way; courage to face times of testing; and Your inner peace to comfort them and uphold them in times of distress. Bless them in the living of their days together, and deepen their love for each other in the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Amen.



 Interfaith

Eternal God: without your grace no promise is sure. Strengthen __________ and __________ with the gift of your Spirit, so they may fulfill the vows they have taken.

Keep them faithful to each other and to you. Fill them with such love and joy that they may build a home where no one is a stranger. And guide them by your word to serve you all the days of their lives; through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom be honor and glory forever and ever.

Amen

 Interfaith

Lord, thank you for this beautiful and happy moment. We pray that You will make __________ and __________'s home a happy one, where all who enter may draw strength from Your love. Lord, let their marriage be one in which each of them will be made a person better able to live and work in Your service. May they always live under Your guidance and care.
Amen.

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Part Seven: Blessing

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 Interfaith

May the road rise to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
The rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of his hand.
May God be with you and bless you;
May you see your children's children.
May you be poor in misfortune,
Rich in blessings,
May you know nothing but happiness
From this day forward.
May the road rise to meet you May the wind be always at your back
May the warm rays of sun fall upon your home
And may the hand of a friend always be near.
May green be the grass you walk on,
May blue be the skies above you,
May pure be the joys that surround you,
May true be the hearts that love you.

 Religious

May God be with you and bless you
May you live to see your children's children
May you be poor in misfortune and rich in blessings
From this day forward and in days to come.
May joy and peace surround you both,
contentment latch your door,
and happiness be with you now
and God bless you evermore.



 Religious

__________ and __________,

The LORD bless you and keep you;
the LORD make his face shine upon you
and be gracious to you;
the LORD turn his face toward you
and give you peace.

 Religious

My marriage prayer for you is this:

That you will always remember the qualities that attracted you to each other when you first met and how you felt as your feelings of attraction turned into respect, admiration and finally love.

That you will work hard to turn your feelings of love into acts of love so that nothing and no one can divide you.

That you will always have kind and loving hearts that are quick to ask forgiveness when you are wrong as well as to forgive when your partner is wrong.

That your love might grow to hear all things, believe all things, and hope for all things, endure all things.

I pray you place your marriage in God's hands, and that your love increases and overflows, beyond anything you can yet imagine.

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Part Eight: Conclusion

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 Formal

By the power vested in me by the Great State of STATENAME, I am honored to declare you as husband and wife. Sir, you may kiss the bride.

 Religious

So then, with these thoughts in mind, ladies and gentlemen, I am honored to present to you, for the very first time, INTRODUCTIONS.

__________, you may kiss your bride.

... bride and groom leave...

Thank you, this concludes our service, please follow

__________ and

__________ to the receiving line and then to the reception. Have a good day.



 Religious

So then, with these thoughts in mind, friends and family, I am honored to present to you, for the very first time, INTRODUCTIONS.

__________, you may kiss your bride.

Thank you, this concludes our service, please come up front to congratulate __________ and __________ right here.

 Religious

And now, __________ and __________, because you have promised your love and faithfulness to each other in the sight of God and these witnesses; by exchanging rings and vows; and having consented to live together in marriage it is my great pleasure to pronounce you Husband and Wife. What God has joined together, let noone tear apart.

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Part Nine: Additional Comments

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Please feel free to enter any additional comments and thoughts here:

Evaluate Your Selections

Your Final Wedding Script

The bride's name is __________ and the groom's name is ____________.

The wedding will take place on _________________ at _______.

The wedding will be held at _________.

The email is __________________ and the phone number is ___________

Your special instructions:

Part One: Introduction

Part Two: Readings

Part Three: Questions and Intent

Part Four: Activity

Part Five: Vows

Part Six: Prayer

Part Seven: Blessing

Part Eight: Conclusion

Part Nine: Additional Comments

Edit your vows if necessary and submit