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Sand Blending

"Today you have committed to share the rest of your lives with each other. This relationship is symbolized through the pouring of these two individual containers of sand into one”
“One representing the Bride and all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever be.”
“The other representing the Groom, and all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever be.”
"As these two containers of sand are poured into one container, the individual grains of sand will no longer exist, but will be joined together as one.”
“Just as these sands can no longer be separated and poured back into the individual containers, so too shall your marriage never be separated.”
Traditional Long Form


Dearly beloved we are gathered here today to celebrate one of life’s greatest moments the joining of ______________and ___________________in holy matrimony.
(Groom)                           (Bride)
_____________and _______________have found that special person to love.
(Groom)                          (Bride)
To trust with their heart, their mind, and their soul. They have chosen to take this significant step today, by declaring before all of you, that they will be faithful to one another united together as husband and wife. On this day they affirm their faith and love for one another.
Who presents this woman to be married to this man?  “________________”
We celebrate the marriage of these two individuates who have found each other , fell in love and are finalizing it with their wedding here today. They have made the decision to commit themselves to each other for the rest of their lives. Marriage is an honorable state not to be entered into lightly but thoughtfully and reverently.
A solid marriage must be created; it involves the total giving of you to the other.
It’s creating a safe and loving space for each other to grow as individuals and as partners.
It’s remembering to say, I love you, at least once a day.
It’s respecting the thoughts, ideas and suggestions of one another
It’s remembering to cherish each other as special and unique individuals.
It’s reaching out to hold hands when you need a special boost.
It’s casting anger aside before you go to sleep.
It’s always remembering the love that brought you both together.


Vows
__________ Please repeat after me I __________take you ___________
(Groom)                                                  (Groom)                       (Bride)


To be my lawful wife, my partner in life, my one true love. I will cherish our friendship and love you always. I will love you faithfully through the best and the worse, through the difficulty and the easy. Whatever may come, I will always be at your side as I have given you my love so I give you my life to keep.
__________ Please repeat after me I __________take you ___________
(Bride)                                                       (Bride)                           (Groom)
To be my lawful husband, my partner in life, my one true love. I will cherish our friendship and love you always. I will love you faithfully through the best and the worse, through the difficulty and the easy. Whatever may come, I will always be at your side as I have given you my love so I give you my life to keep.
______________and _________________, today you join together in marriage.
(Groom)                               (Bride)
Your individual identities will not be extinguished, but will burn brighter, because in becoming one you have also become more complete yourselves. Always focus on what is right between you, if frustration or difficulty assails your marriage, not the part that seems wrong. And if you each take responsibility for the quality of your life together, your marriage will be strengthened by the love and respect you have for each other.
Vows
_____________do you take ____________to be your wife, to live together in the
(Groom)                                 (Bride)                                covenant of marriage?
Will you love her, comfort her, honor her and keep her in sickness and in health, forsaking all others for as long as you both shall live? Than say “I Do”
_____________do you take ____________to be your husband, to live together in the
(Bride)                                 (Groom)                                covenant of marriage?
Will you love him, comfort him, honor him, and keep him in sickness and in health, forsaking all others for as long as you both shall live? Than say “I Do”

(If you have written some special words you would like to say to each other,

you will recite them here)

>Religious Verse or Blessing If Requested

Ring Exchange
“From the earliest of times, the rings have become a symbol of completeness.
An unbroken circle representing a commitment to love that is never ending.
Whenever either of you look at your rings, I hope that you will be reminded of the vows you made today
to love and to respect each other forever in your shared life together.”
__________ please repeat after me,
(Groom)
With this ring I _____________take thee _______________to be my wife, to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer, in joy and sorrow , and I promise my love to you and with this ring, I take you as my wife as long as we both shall live.
__________ please repeat after me,
(Bride)
With this ring I _____________take you _________________to be my husband, to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer, in joy and sorrow, and I promise my love to you with this ring, I take you as my husband as long as we both shall live .
When you first joined hands and fell in love you did not know where it would lead. And today your hearts and mind are more deeply joined now, than either of you could have imagined. It will take love and dedication to truly know what’s best for each other. It will take trust in your hearts to go forth in the journey of life you have both pledged today.
______________and _____________ you have just sealed your relationship by the giving and receiving of rings, this is a pledge between two people who agree that they will commit themselves to one another throughout their lives.
By the power vested in my by the state of Florida I now pronounce you husband and wife.
You may kiss your bride


“Ladies and Gentlemen I am honored to introduce to you Mr. & Mrs.___________”
Traditional


"Dearly Beloved, We are gathered here together to join this man and this woman in
Holy Matrimony.”
“Who gives this woman to be married to this man”
“__________________________________________”
“We are gathered here today to celebrate one of life's greatest moments.
To give recognition to the worth and beauty of love,
which shall unite ___________ and ________________ in holy matrimony”
(Groom)                              (Bride)


Vows
“Marriage is a partnership of two unique people who bring out the very best in each other and who know that even though they are wonderful as individuals, they are even better together.”
“Do you _______ take this woman to be your wife, to live together in holy matrimony?
(Groom)
To love her, to honor her, and to cherish her, To keep her in sickness and in health,
For as long as you both shall live?" – “Than say I do"
“Do you _________ take this man to be your husband to live together in holy matrimony?
(Bride)
To love him, to honor him, and to cherish him, To keep him in sickness and in health,
For as long as you both shall live?" - "Than say I do"
_________"Please repeat after me. I __________, take you _________,
(Groom)                                           (Groom)                      (Bride)
to be my wife, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, or for worse,
for richer, or for poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part."


_________"Please repeat after me. I __________, take you _________,
(Bride)                                              (Bride)                      (Groom)
to be my husband, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, or for worse,
for richer, or for poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part."
(If you have written some special words you would like to say, you will recite them here)


Ring Exchange
“From the earliest of times, the rings have become a symbol of completeness.
An unbroken circle representing a commitment of love that is never ending.
Whenever either of you look at your rings, I hope that you will be reminded of the vows you made today.
To love and to respect each other forever in your shared life together.”


___________, Place the ring on _________ finger and repeat after me.
(Groom)                                   (Bride)
I give you this ring, as a token and pledge, of my constant faith, and abiding love.”


___________, Place the ring on _________ finger and repeat after me.
(Bride)                                      (Groom)
I give you this ring, as a token and pledge, of my constant faith, and abiding love.”
"By the authority vested in me under the laws of the State of Florida, I now pronounce you husband and wife."
"You may kiss your bride."


“ Ladies & Gentlemen I am honored to introduce to you Mr. & Mrs.___________”


Religious


“Dearly Beloved, We are gathered here today in the sight of God, to celebrate one of life's greatest moments."
“Marriage is an honorable estate, created by God, and signifying unto us the mystical
union between a man and a woman
"Who gives this woman to be married to this man"
“____________and ____________,
(Groom)               (Bride)
Love will maintain a marriage. Man did not create love.
Love is created by God. Love is freely given and freely accepted, just as God's love
for us, is unconditional and free.”
“As you travel through life together, I caution you to remember that the true measure of success, the true avenue to joy and peace, is to be found within the love you hold in your hearts. I would ask that you hold the key to your heart very tightly.”
Vows
“____________do you take ____________to be your wife?
(Groom)                         (Bride)
Do you promise to love her, to honor her, and to protect her?
Forsaking all others, and holding only to her?” ("Than say I do")


“____________do you take ____________to be your Husband?
(Bride)                           (Groom)
Do you promise to love him, to honor him, and to protect him?
Forsaking all others and holding only to him?” ("Than say I do")


___________ Please repeat after me I __________ take you ____________to be my wife.
(Groom)                                            (Groom)                        (Bride)
To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, or for worse.
For richer, or for poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part."


_________ Please repeat after me I __________ take you ____________to be my husband,
(Bride)                                            (Bride)                        (Groom)
To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, or for worse.
For richer, or for poorer, in sickness, and in health, till death do us part.


  (If you have written some special words you would like to say, you will recite them here)


Corinthians 13
“A marriage ceremony represents one of life's greatest commitments, but also is a declaration of love.
I wish to read to you what Paul wrote of love in a letter to the Corinthians.”
“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, It is not proud. It is not rude.
It is not self-seeking, It is not easily angered. It keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil,
It rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, & always perseveres.
Love never fails”

Rings
“Wedding rings are an outward and visible sign of an inward spiritual grace, signifying to all the uniting of this man and this woman in marriage.”
"____________Place the ring on ____________ finger and  repeat after me,
(Groom)                                        (Bride)
I give you this ring, as a token and pledge, of my constant faith and abiding love."


"____________, Place the ring on ____________finger and  repeat after me,
(Bride)                                           (Groom)
"I give you this ring as a token and pledge of my constant faith and abiding love."


“____________and ____________, Please face each other and join hands,
(Groom)            (Bride)
As the two of you come into this marriage uniting as husband and wife.
And as the two of you affirm your faith and love for each other today.
I would ask that you always remember to cherish each other as special and unique individuals.
And that you respect the thoughts, ideas and suggestions of one another.”
“____________ and ____________
(Groom)             (Bride)
In so much as the two of you have agreed to live together in Holy Matrimony, and have promised your love to each other by the reciting of vows, the giving
and receiving of rings, and the joining of your hands,
I now declare you to be husband and wife."
“Congratulations, you may kiss your bride.

“ Ladies & Gentlemen I am honored to introduce to you Mr. & Mrs.___________”


Seashore Vows

" ____________________ and ____________________
(Groom)                          (Bride)
Want to thank you all for sharing in this celebration of their commitment to each other."
"As the tides ebb and flow so to, do the fortunes of life.
Footprints in the sand are washed away, driftwood moves on its endless quest
for a peaceful harbor. Only a deep and abiding love can with stand the tides of
change in two lives."
"The love of   ____________________ and ____________________ is enduring and profound.
(Groom)                            (Bride)
We gather here to witness this love and the vows they make to each other."
Vows
"Today you join yourselves together for life, as friends and lovers, Husband and Wife.
As the surface of the sea is sometimes calm and often storm tossed,
so also, is a marriage?"
____________________, repeat after me. I pledge to you, ____________________ ,
(Groom)                                                                               (Bride)
That my love and my loyalty, will weather the storms of life."
"I will always seek counsel when I make life decisions, and will respect your needs
and concerns. No matter what course we set, we will do it together."
____________________, repeat after me. I pledge to you ____________________
(Bride)                                                                                 (Groom)
That my love and my loyalty, will weather the storms of life."
"I will always seek counsel when I make life decisions, and will respect your needs
and concerns. No matter what course we set, we will do it together."
(If you have written some special words you would like to say to each other,
you will recite them here)


Ring Ceremony
“From the earliest of times, the rings have become a symbol of completeness.
An unbroken circle representing a commitment of love that is never ending.
Whenever either of you look at your rings, I hope that you will be reminded of the vows you made today.
To love and to respect each other forever in your shared life together.”
______________________ Please repeat after me.
(Groom)
“I ____________________ give you, this ring as a symbol of my commitment to you,
as powerful and endless as the sea.”


______________________ Please repeat after me.
(Bride)
“I ____________________ give you, this ring as a symbol of my commitment to you,
as powerful and endless as the sea."
Pronouncement of Marriage
"Because you, ____(Groom)____ and ___(Bride)___ have showered our hearts,
with expressions of your love, and promised each other the joy of all your days."
"By the virtue of the authority vested in me under the laws of the state of Florida,
I now pronounce you husband and wife.
“You may kiss your bride.”

Ladies & Gentleman I am honored to introduce to you Mr. & Mrs. _________________


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Commitment Ceremony - Gay Weddings
“Hello, and welcome to the celebration of the unique and magical union between _____and ______,”
“Today, in front of friends and family, they make their commitment to each other.
"Today ______and ______, proclaim their love to the world, and we rejoice with them.”
“______and ______, in presenting yourselves here today, you perform a remarkable act of faith. This faith can grow and mature and endure, but only if you both are determine to make it so. A lasting and growing love is never automatic, nor guaranteed by any ceremony.”
“Let the foundation of your union be the pure love you have for each other, not just at this moment, but for all the days ahead, honor faithfully the statements and commitments that you say here today.”
“Faults will appear where now you find contentment, and wonder can be crushed by the routine of daily living. But today you resolve that your love will never be blotted out by the commonplace, obscured by the ordinary, or compromised by life's difficulties.”
“Stand fast in that hope and confidence, and believe in your shared future just as strongly as you believe in yourselves and in each other today. Only in this spirit can you create a partnership that will sustain all the days of your lives.”
“______and ______, we are here to celebrate as you begin this journey together.           It is in this spirit that you have come here to today to exchange these vows.”
Vows
“______, repeat after me: I ______ take you ______to be my partner for life, I promise above all else to live in truth with you/ and to communicate fully and fearlessly.
I give you my hand and my heart / as a sanctuary of warmth and peace, and pledge my love, devotion, faith and honor as I join my life to yours.”
“______, repeat after me: “I ______take you ______to be my partner for life. I promise above all else, to live in truth with you/ and to communicate fully and fearlessly.
I give you my hand and my heart / as a sanctuary of warmth and peace, and pledge my love, devotion, faith and honor as I join my life to yours”.
(If you have written some special words you would like to say to each other,      you will recite them here)
Ring Exchange
“Rings are made precious by our wearing of them. Your rings say that even in  your uniqueness you have chosen to be bound together.
Let these rings also be a sign that love has substance as well as soul, a present as well as a past, and that, despite its occasional sorrows, love is a circle of  happiness, wonder, and delight.”
Please repeat after me
“I ____________________ give you, this ring as a symbol of my commitment to you, and pledge, of my constant faith, and abiding love.”
“I ____________________ give you, this ring as a symbol of my commitment to you, and pledge, of my constant faith, and abiding love.”
"Because you, ______________ and ________________ have showered our hearts,
with expressions of your love, and promised each other the joy of all your days."
You may now kiss your partner for life
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Sand Blending #2

"Today you have committed to share the rest of your lives with each other. This relationship is symbolized through the pouring of these two individual containers of sand into one”
“One representing the Bride and all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever be.”
“The other representing the Groom, and all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever be.”
"As these two containers of sand are poured into one container, the individual grains of sand will no longer exist, but will be joined together as one.”
“Just as these sands can no longer be separated, our prayer for you today is that your lives together be blended like the mighty sea and may your love be everlasting like the ripples in the sand.