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Ceremony  and Vows
                                       Hope and Michael's Ceremony 

 Introduction

Dear family and friends, we have gathered here today to joyfully acknowledge the wedding of Hope and Michael.  They have requested your presence on this memorable occasion in order that you might share with them the pledging of their everlasting love on this day of commitment.

Main Body

The commitment of marriage is one of the most important decisions two people will make in their lives.  The vow of marriage is a pledge of their everlasting love uniting them in Holy Matrimony, whereby they commit to share all life has to offer, the good times and the bad, with patience and understanding.  For a marriage to remain strong, your faith must never waiver due to the trials and tribulations of everyday life.  Remember that the power of faith can conquer all obstacles.

A strong marriage is dependent upon many factors, beyond the love and respect you share for one another, there must be a strong sense of commitment and loyalty that bonds you, and above all a true friendship and willingness to communicate with one another.  The willingness to accept and understand each other’s strengths and weaknesses is the foundation for a successful marriage.

Introduction to the Vows

Today as you exchange the vows of marriage which unite you as husband and wife, let us reflect upon just what a vow is.  By definition, a vow is a solemn promise or pledge that binds one to perform a specified act; a formal declaration of such a promise or pledge.  The vows pledged today are a formal and public announcement of your deep and devoted love and commitment to each other.

Repeat after me:

I, Michael, promise to you Hope, to share with you all of my love and my life in good times and in bad, to respect and cherish you as my wife from this day forward.   Nothing shall become more important than our love for each other.

Repeat after me:

I, Hope, promise to you Michael, to share with you all of my love and my life in good times and in bad, to respect and cherish you as my husband from this day forward.  Nothing shall become more important than our love for each other.

Exchanging of the Rings

The wedding ring is an unbroken circle which symbolizes unending and everlasting love and is a visible symbol which represents your inner commitment to one another.  May your life together be blessed with everlasting happiness.

Michael:

As I place this ring upon your hand, may our separate lives become one as we commit our ever lasting love to each other.

 

Hope:

As I place this ring upon your hand, may our separate lives become one as we commit our ever lasting love to each other.

Closing the Ceremony

With the blessings of all the family and friends who are present, under the authority vested in me by the State of Connecticut, I now pronounce you Husband and Wife.  You may kiss the bride.

May I now present to you Mr. and Mrs. Michael Strong.

 

 

 

 

 


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