Ceremonies/Vows

Student & Military Discount

Discount, it’s the one thing that everyone looks for at this time, but do you ask?  There are a lot of people that offer discounts but they aren’t always advertised, you just have to ask for them.  And we are no different. Student Discount- We offer a student discount of 20% to all students. All…

Handfasting Vows

The couple have chosen to build upon the ancient tradition of handfasting.  To tie the knot, did not start out as an abstract term.  It is a phrase that grew from the act of unions being made by the joining of hands over a village anvil, in the fields, or a group of trees prior…

Traditional wedding ceremony order

Unless you’ve been to a ton of weddings you probably have no idea of the ceremony order.  The vows are the center of most wedding ceremonies. Religious and cultural rituals differ, of course, but if you were to outline a standard service, the ceremony order would look something like this. Processional – The couple and…

11 Traditional Religious Vows

Here are a collection of 11 Traditional Religious Vows 1. Basic Protestant Vows I_____ take thee, _______ , to be my wedded wife/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, till death do us part,…

Religious Ring Exchanges

A collection of Religious Ring Exchanges sorted by religion   1. Protestant/ Presbyterian In token and pledge of our constant faith and abiding love, with this ring I thee wed, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen 2. Lutheran I give you this ring as a…

Non-Denominational Ring Exchanges

Here are a collection of ideas for Non-Denominational Ring Exchanges 1. With this ring, I thee wed, as a symbol of love that has neither beginning nor end. 2. I give you this ring; wear it with love and joy. 3. As this ring encircles your finger from this day forward, year in and year…

Various Interfaith and Nondenominational Vows

Here are a number of variations on non-denominational, interfaith, and civil vows.  These are a good start to build your ceremony around. 1. I promise, ________, before family and friends, to commit my love to you; to respect your individuality; to be with you through life’s changes; and to nurture and strengthen the love between…

Ethical Humanist Vows

_________, will you receive _____ as your lawfully wedded wife/husband? Will you share your life with her/him, hold your love firm, and dutifully care for her/him in all the varying circumstances of your life?   ________, will you have _______ as your wife/husband, to live together in marriage? Will you love her/him, comfort her/him, and…

Civil Ceremony with a reading

  Greeting: We are gathered together here to celebrate the love which Groom and Bride 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,…

A Basic Civil Ceremony W/ Ring Exchange

Civil Ceremony Vows   This is our most common ceremony for a simple wedding: Who gives this woman? Marriage is perhaps the greatest and most challenging adventure of human relationships. No ceremony can create your marriage; only you can do that – through love and patience’ through dedication and perseverance; Through tenderness and laughter; through…