Ceremonies & Vows

Christian Hand and Beach Ceremony

Christian Hand and Beach Ceremony

Welcome. We gather here on God's beautiful beach to celebrate the joyful union of this man, (Groom) and this woman, (Bride) in Holy Matrimony.

We thank God for the beauty of this day, for the miracle of love, and for this exact moment. We are thankful for all the blessings given to (Groom) and (Bride) and for bringing their two hearts together as one with Love.

Short Marriage Wedding Ceremony

Short Marriage Wedding Ceremony

We are assembled here to celebrate the joining of ___________ and ___________ in the unity of marriage. There are no obligations on earth sweeter or more tender than those you are about to assume. There are no vows more solemn than those you are about to make. Optional: Who gives this woman in marriage?

Will you please face each other and join hands?

(Groom), will you take this woman to be your wedded wife? Will you love her, comfort her, through good times and bad, in sickness and in health, honor her at all times and be faithful to her? (Answer: I will.)

Contemporary Non-Religious Ceremony

Contemporary Non-Religious Ceremony

(You may change it anyway you wish or construct your own ceremony)

We are gathered here today, not to witness the beginning of what will be, but rather what already is! We do not create this marriage because we cannot. We can and do, however, celebrate with ________________and ___________ and their friends and families the wondrous and joyful occurrence that has already taken place in their lives.

Rose Ceremony

Rose Ceremony

In the Rose Ceremony, the Bride and Groom give each other a Rose. Two roses are all that is necessary. The Rose Ceremony is placed at the end of the ceremony just before being pronounced husband and wife. In the old language of flowers, a single red rose always meant "I love you". The Rose ceremony gives recognition to the new and most honorable title of "Husband and Wife".

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