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Sweet & Simple Ceremonies   Sweet & Simple I Welcome, family, friends and loved ones. We are here today to participate in a most joyous occasion, to celebrate one of life's greatest moments, the wedding of Groom and Bride. Groom and Bride thank you for your presence today and ask for your blessing, encouragement and lifelong support. Groom and Bride, today you present yourself before your family and friends to become husband and wife. Before this company, you wish to share your commitment to the one you have found the deepest love, formed the deepest bonds, given the deepest trust. Marriage is perhaps the greatest and most challenging adventure. It must be built from love and patience, dedication and perseverance, talking and listening. Helping, supporting and believing in each other. Through tenderness and laughter, learning to forgive and to appreciate differences. By learning to make the important things matter, and to let go of the rest.  No ceremony can create a marriage. What a ceremony can do is witness and affirm the choice to stand together as life mates and partners. So, I ask now, Groom, do you take Bride to be your lawful wedded wife? If you will please repeat your vows after me, “I promise to love, honor and protect you. I will share the good times and achievements, as well as the hard times and disappointments. I will keep you in sickness and in sorrow, in health and in happiness. I will be faithful to you forevermore. Do you promise to love, honor, and protect her? Share the good times and achievements as well as the hard times and disappointments? Keep her in sickness and in sorrow and to be faithful to her forevermore? Do you have a ring for your bride? May this ring be blessed as the symbol of this unity and forever symbolize the love in your heart. Place this ring on Bride’s finger and repeat after me. “I give you this ring in token and pledge as a symbol of all that we share with my constant faith and abiding love.” Bride, do you take Groom to be your lawful wedded husband? If you will please repeat your vows after me, “I promise to love, honor and protect you. I will share the good times and achievements, as well as the hard times and disappointments. I will keep you in sickness and in sorrow, in health and in happiness. I will be faithful to you forevermore. Do you promise to love, honor, and protect him? Share the good times and achievements as well as the hard times and disappointments? Keep him in sickness and in sorrow and to be faithful to him forevermore? Do you have a ring for your groom? May this ring be blessed as the symbol of this unity and forever symbolize the love in your heart.  Place this ring on Groom’s finger and repeat after me. “I give you this ring in token and pledge as a symbol of all that we share with my constant faith and abiding love.” Groom and bride, it is with great honor and by the power of your love to now declare you joined in matrimony. You may now call yourselves by those old and respected names, husband and wife. May you strive always to meet this commitment with the same spirit you have on this day, your wedding day. May God bless your union. Groom, you may kiss your bride. Sweet & Simple II   Groom & Bride, you present yourself before me to become husband and wife.  You have found in each other great passion, love and romance. You have a need, want, desire to forever commit to the one you have found the deepest love, formed the deepest bonds,  given the deepest trust.  Groom, do you take Bride to be your lawful wedded wife? Will you promise to love, honor, and protect her? Share the good times as well as the hard times? Keep her in sickness and in health and to be faithful to her forevermore? Bride, do you take Groom to be your lawful wedded husband? Will you promise to love, honor, and protect him? Share the good times as well as the hard times? Keep him in sickness and in health and to be faithful to him forevermore?  Groom, please place the ring on bride's finger and repeat after me, "With this ring I thee wed, | pledging to you all my love | and faithfulness forevermore." Bride, please place the ring on groom's finger and repeat after me, "With this ring I thee wed, | pledging to you all my love | and faithfulness forevermore." From this moment forth I ask you both to remember these vows, this commitment, the meaning of the rings you now wear.  Remember to always need one another, not so much to fill the emptiness as to help each other know your fullness. Want one another, but not out of lack. Love and be loved.  Groom & Bride by the power vested in me, I pronounce you husband and wife. Groom, you may kiss your Bride. Family & friends, it is my honor to present Mr. & Mrs...!
Sweet & Simple III Welcome, family, friends and loved ones. We gather here today to celebrate the wedding of Groom and Bride. We share in this commitment they make to one another, offer our love and support, so they may start their married life surrounded by the people dearest and most important to them. Groom, Bride, the step which you are about to take is the most important into which human beings can take. It is a union of two people founded upon mutual respect and affection. Your lives will change, your responsibilities will increase, but your joy will be multiplied if you are sincere and earnest with your pledge to one another. Groom, will you have this woman to be your wedded wife, to love her, comfort her, honor and keep her, forsaking all others, for so long as you both shall live?  Bride, will you have this man to be your wedded husband, to love him, comfort him, honor and keep him, forsaking all others, for so long as you both shall live? Groom, please repeat after me: “I, Groom, take you, Bride, to be my wedded wife, to have and to hold, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, to love and to cherish, from this day forward.” Bride, please repeat after me: I, Bride, take you, Groom, to be my wedded husband, to have and to hold, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, to love and to cherish, from this day forward.” Groom, do you have a ring for the bride?   Place this ring on your Bride's finger and say: ‘With this ring, I thee wed.’ Bride, do you have a ring for the groom? Place this ring on your groom's finger and say: ‘With this ring I thee wed.’ These eternal bands have been given and received as a token of your affection, sincerity and fidelity to one another. Let them be a daily reminder of your love and your promise to one another. By the power of your love and commitment and the power vested in me, I now pronounce you husband and wife! Groom, you may kiss your bride. Family and friends, I present to you Mr. & Mrs….!
Mick & Juhnalyn, 01-01-2011 Richland, WA

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