Photo taken at The Columbia Club
by Summerly Photography
by Summerly Photography
Ring Exchange Option 1
With this Ring, I marry you. Or With this ring, I, thee wed.
Ring Exchange Option 2
This ring is my promise to accept your imperfections and appreciate all that makes you unique and beautiful.
Ring Exchange Option 3
I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness to you.
Ring Exchange Option 4
I Name, take you, Name to be my Husband/Wife/Partner in Life.
To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer,
in joy and sorrow, and I promise my love to you for as long as we both shall live.
Ring Exchange Option 5
I give you this ring as a symbol of my love for you. Let it be a reminder that I am always by your side and that I will always be a faithful partner to you
Ring Exchange Option 6
Let this ring be a symbol of my promises to you and a reminder of my devotion to you. I am honored to call you my wife/husband/partner-in-life.
Ring Exchange Option 7
I give you this ring as a symbol of my love for you. I will be by your side now and forever.
** Formal Wedding Ceremony Guide ** Formal Wedding Ceremony Scripts ** Elopement Ceremony Guide ** Elopement Ceremony Scripts ** Parts of a Wedding Ceremony ** Vow Writing Guide ** Unplugged Ceremony ** Opening Prayers ** Welcoming ** Moment of Silence ** Declaration of Support ** About Love and Marriage ** Non-Religious Readings ** Christian Readings ** Secular I-do's! ** Christian I-do-s! ** Ring Meaning ** Ring Blessings ** Secular Ring Exchanges ** Christian Ring Exchanges ** Unity Ceremonies ** Secular Blessings ** Christian Blessings ** The-pronouncement-Secular ** The Pronouncement - Christian **
I am open to marrying any couple. It is my goal to meet each couple where they are and help them to have a positive wedding experience. In order to meet you where you are, I approach every wedding with an open mind - I don’t know anything about you until you tell me and that’s only if you choose to tell me. Wedding ceremony scripts have been written for years for brides and grooms. Now, bride and bride or groom and groom are very common. Some couples are choosing to forego traditional gender roles altogether and are using the terms spouse or partner. If you have made the choice to use non-traditional pronouns, please let me know, and I will be happy to honor your preferences. Any wedding ceremony script can be changed to reflect those personal preferences.