Vows

Below are sample vows you may choose from or you may wish to write your

own vows. (click on the links below for more samples)

Weddings of the Heart

Wedding Vows 

Wedding Vows (can be repeated after minister or can say yourself to partner)

1.) ______, I love you.  You are my best friend.  Today I give myself to you in marriage.  I promise to encourage and inspire you, to laugh with you, and to comfort you in times of sorrow and struggle.   I promise to love you in good times and in bad, when life seems easy and when it seems hard, when our love is simple, and when it is an effort.  I promise to cherish you, and to always hold you in highest regard.  These things I give to you today, and all the days of our life. 2.) _______, with all my love, I take you to be my wife/husband.  I will love you through good and the bad, through joy and the sorrow.  I will try to be understanding, and to trust in you completely. Together we will face all of life's experiences and share one another's dreams and goals. I promise I will be your equal partner in a loving, honest relationship, for as long as we both shall live. (for more wedding vow samples similar to the above click on link)  Wedding Vows 

Wedding Vows (that ministers says to couple & they just respond with “I do”)

1.)  ___________, do you take this woman/man, to be your lawfully wedded wife/ husband?  Do you promise to love her/him and comfort her/him, to honor her/him and to keep her/him, in sickness and in health, in times of lack and in times abundance, as long as you both shall live?  If so, answer now, “I do.” 2.)  Do you, _____, take ______, to be your lawfully wedded wife/husband from this day forward, to have and to hold her/him, for better, for worse, for richer and for poorer in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, ‘til death do you part?  If so, answer now, “I do.” (for more wedding vow samples similar to above click on link)  Wedding Vows 

Ring Vows

Explanation of significance of Ring Ceremony -- with/without Blessing

Sample # 1 _____ & _____, have you brought rings to exchange as a symbol of your marriage? May I have the rings, please? The wedding ring is a symbol of eternity, without beginning or end, and with no point of weakness.  As you give these rings to each other, our wish is that your love will be as eternal and everlasting as these precious rings.  In the years to come, may they remind you of the overwhelming joy of this very special day. (Blessing) Dear God, bless these rings and the two who exchange them.  Fill them today and always with your holy presence, and keep them safe in the circle of your protective love.  Amen.  Sample # 2 _____ & _____, have you brought rings to exchange as a symbol of your marriage? May I have the rings, please? These rings are powerful symbols.  The circle symbolizes the wholeness of your love, unbroken and everlasting.  The precious metal respresents the sincerelity of your commitment.  It is strong, enduring, and does not tarnish.  As you wear them, may you be reminded of your eternal love for and devotion to each other.  (Blessing)  By the grace of God, these rings are hereby blessed. (for more wedding Ring Vow samples similar to the above, click on link) Ring Vows

Ring Ceremony Vows (can be repeated after minister or can say yourself to

partner)

1.)  I give you this ring as a symbol of my love.  As you wear it, may it be a reminder of how much I love you, not only on this precious day, but every single day of your life. 2.)  _____, as I place this ring on your finger, it is with my deepest love and with a prayer that our life together will endure the test of time and our friendship and love will become stronger.  I promise to do all that is in my power to ensure that our life together will endure.  May God bless us. (for more wedding Ring Vow samples similar to the above, click on link) Ring Vows
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