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Wedding Ceremony by Helene Rothschild

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Are you thinking about writing a part or all of your marriage ceremony? If you are, you can use the following for your wedding, or for an informal spiritual re-confirmation of your marriage commitment. Just fill your names in and enjoy!

(Names of couple), we are gathered here today for a very special occasion. Your family and friends have blessed you with their presence to witness this divine ceremony. It is a ceremony of bonding-of bonding with love and joy.

(Names of Couple), every relationship is like a bridge that is supported by two separate foundations. If you are strong by yourselves, and you communicate constructively, your bridge, that is your relationship together, will flow with life’s many lessons and remain standing strong and proud for a very long time.

The following thoughts and guidelines will help you be a strong foundation for your relationship.

(Name of Couple):

1. You are here to be your individual selves and to experience life to the fullest.

2. You have the free will and the power to be whatever you want in your life.

3. What you do and say does make a difference.

4. Speak and act from your heart.

5. Be the designer and master of your life.

6. Follow your path of joy.

7. Do what makes you happy and excited.

8. Live in the now and have fun.

9. Know that you are worthy of all that you desire.

10. Listen inside yourself for your truths.

11. Accept responsibility for all your feelings.

12. Understand that fears are False Evidence Appearing Real.

13. Release your fears and judgments.

14. Know that you have your problems in order to learn lessons.

15. Everything you do enhances your life through the wisdom you gain from it.

16. Forgive yourself for all the things you have done which you feel were wrong.

17. You do deserve a fantastic relationship.

18. Take the responsibility to love yourself.

19. Love yourself no matter what you say and how you feel.

20. Self love is the key to your health, happiness and success.

21. Depend on yourself to fulfill your needs.

22. Be your own best friend.

23. Measure your success for each day not by how much you have done, but by how much you have loved.

24. Be the person you want your partner to be.

25. Know that you are primarily together to learn unconditional love and for the joy of sharing with each other what you already have.

26. Focus on the essence which is love instead of the form which is the relationship.

27. Be patient with yourselves and each other.

28. If you are upset, look to see what your partner is mirroring in you.

29. Then explore what you need to do to remember that you are love and you have it all.

30. Experience inner peace, your greatest contribution to world peace.

Let’s now honor these truths by lighting these special candles. (Bride and groom light candles.) And with this sacred drink… (Drink grape juice with arms encircled.) Now please face each other. Repeat your chosen vows as you place a ring on your beloved’s finger.

(Name), I promise to:

1. Communicate clearly so that you can know how I feel and what I want.

2. Listen to you when you talk to me, and then you will want to keep sharing your thoughts and feelings.

3. Keep clearing my resentments with you so that we can continue to feel close.

4. Release my anger constructively and then tell you calmly what I am angry about or if I feel hurt or frightened.

5. Help solve our problems with win-win solutions.

6. Keep my agreements and tell you the truth so that you can trust me.

7. Take responsibility for all my feelings and behavior.

8. Forgive myself for all my wrongdoings, and accept that I deserve a fantastic relationship.

9. Accept you the way you are even though you may be different than me.

10. Understand that what you say or do is a reflection of you and not of me.

11. Be patient with you, and forgive you when you make mistakes.

12. Encourage you to explore your unique interests, talents, and potential.

13. Spend quality time with you, and then you will be convinced that you are important to me.

14. Treat you as I would my best friend.

15. Compliment and appreciate you, and tell you how much I care.

16. Balance my life between work and play, and encourage you to do the same.

17. Continue to seek excitement, fun, and the magic of life with you.

18. I promise, my beloved, to love you unconditionally.

(Song of love)

With the power invested in me by God, I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may seal your commitment with a kiss. (Couple faces guests) Loving Guests, I would like to introduce to you a very blessed couple: Mr. & Mrs.___________.

Copyright 2006 by Helene Rothschild, MS, MA, MFT, a Marriage, Family Therapist, intuitive counselor, speaker, and author. Her newest book is, “ALL YOU NEED IS HART!”. She offers phone sessions, teleclasses, books, e-books, MP3 audios, tapes, posters, independent studies, and a free newsletter. http://www.lovetopeace.com , 1-888-639-6390.

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September 25, 2014 |

6 Ideas and Examples for Creating Your Wedding Vows by Karine Hart

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One of the things you’ll need to consider when planning your wedding is the wedding vows you want to exchange. Usually Civil Marriage Celebrants will allow you to write your own if you don’t want to go with traditional words. Of course, you need to consider this ahead of time so everyone knows what is going on when the big day arrives. Maybe you are not sure how to write your own or what you should even write. Asking your marriage celebrant for ideas is a great place to start. Also, to help you out, here are a few ideas and examples that you may want to use yourself or you can adapt them to fit your own needs at your wedding.

Idea #1

Today before these witnesses, I (name) do take you (name) to be my lawfully wedding (wife/husband), to have and hold from this day on, for better, for worse, in sickness, in health, for richer, or for poorer, to love and cherish, until death do part us.

Idea #2

(Name) with every part of my heart and soul I give you everything I am and everything I will be. With this ring I promise to love you and be faithful to you for as long as my life shall be.

Idea #3

I love you (name). Today I pledge to be your husband and you will be my wife, as long as the two of us live. No matter what life brings our way, I will take care of you and love you with all my heart and soul.

Idea #4

(Name) I want to walk through life with you forever. We are two flames, and today we become a single light. With this ring, a sign of our unending love, I offer you myself to be your (husband/wife). May we always journey together towards the light.

Idea #5

I am here today before these witnesses to join my life together to yours, (Name). In the presence of all here I pledge that I will love you, respect you, grow with you, and always be true to only you. Whether we see trials, smiles, rain, sunshine, or tears, you will always have my love. Your heart will be my home from this day on.

Idea #6

In front of all these witnesses, I (Name) take you (Name) to be my (husband/wife). I will trust in you, love you, always be honest, supportive, and encouraging as we go through life. Above everything else I will take care of you and respect you as a person, in good times, in bad times, no matter what life brings, as we journey together through life.

These are just a few great ideas you can use for your wedding vows. Just be sure to let your Melbourne Celebrant know you plan to use your own vows before the wedding day.

Karine Hart, Melbourne Celebrant based in Berwick services all Melbourne Suburbs and surrounds. I am available for Wedding Ceremonies Melbourne, renewal of vows and commitment ceremonies. I am a young and vibrant Melbourne Celebrant.

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September 25, 2014 |
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