Wedding Vows 4
Minister/ Officiant: To Groom & Bride: There are no ties on earth so sweet and tender as those you are
about to enter.
To Guests: For marriage to be complete, you must first take place in the uppermost spirit of each other.
Groom and Bride both have Devine Spirit within them. With Spirit, they have the capacity for making quick
and firm emotional attachments as Groom and Bride have. Spirit will always protect each of you. As it
does, it will teach you, sometimes strongly, sometimes gently, but always with love. Spirit breathes new life
into your life rituals ... to find a new journey as Groom and Bride are about to do.
Groom & Bride turn to one another and join hands.
Groom, do you take this woman, Bride, whose hands you hold, choosing her from all others in the world
to you be your wedded wife? Do you promise to nurture her spirit so that her truth, joy and happiness
may flourish in abundance?
Groom, I do.
Bride, do you take this man, Groom, whose hands your hold, choosing him from all others in the world?
Do you promise to nurture his spirit so that his truth, joy and happiness may flourish in abundance?
Bride, I do.
Groom Please repeat after me: I Groom take you Bride as my wife to love and cherish from this day
Bride Please repeat after me: I Bride take you Groom as my husband to love and cherish from this day
Guests: Bless these rings that they who give them and they who wear them may ever abide in peace,
living together in unity and love. These rings are the symbols of eternal love and the unbroken unity of
Groom, in this knowledge, will you place this ring on Bride’s finger and repeat after me: With this ring I
thee wed, let it be to us a symbol of our love and the bonding of our spirits and souls.
Bride, repeat after me, as a token of our love and faithfulness to each other I give this ring an eternal
place upon my hand.
Bride, in this knowledge with you please place this ring on Groom’s finger and repeat after me: With this
ring I thee wed, let it be to us a symbol of our love and the bonding of our spirits and souls.
Groom, repeat after me, as a token of our love and faithfulness to each other I give this ring an eternal
place upon my hand.
Groom and Bride: I call upon each of you to always love honor and cherish each other that much more.
Guests: In as much Groom and Bride have consented together in the bonds of wedlock and witnessed
the same before those of you present and have their love by the exchanging of vows of eternal love, I
pronounce that they are now husband and wife.
Groom and Bride: May the Divine Spirit and your love for one another forever guide and direct you.
Groom, you may kiss your bride!
Guests: Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you for the first time ever:
Groom and Bride Last Name