All couples may choose the Ring ceremony that suites them best to customize your ceremony and make YOUR SPECIAL DAY memorable!

 

Option A Traditional Ring Ceremony: The wedding ring is a beautiful symbol.  It has no beginning and no end and therefore is a symbol of love unending.

Bless O Lord, these rings, that they who have them and they who wear them may abide in your peace and continue in Your favor unto their life’s end, through Jesus Christ our Lord.  As a token and seal of this covenant which you have made and as a symbol of your continual love devotion to God and to each other, will you place the ring on the third finger of the left hand and repeat these words after me:

Groom: With this ring, I thee wed and to you – I will be true as long as we both shall live.

Bride: With this ring, I thee wed and to you – I will be true as long as we both shall live.


 

Option B Spiritual Ring Ceremony: We bless these rings, symbols of purity and of love, in the name of the one love, the Infinite love of God, of which all human love is a reflection.  We bless also Name and Name, who give and wear these rings, in the name of Divine Love. May these rings serve not as locks, binding you together, but as keys, unlocking the secrets of your hearts for each other to know, and thus bringing you closer in the infinite love that links you, spirit to spirit, and soul to soul.

Groom, please place the ring on Bride’s left hand and repeat after me:

Bride, with this ring . . . I thee wed . . .  and with it . . .  I bestow upon thee . . . all the treasures….of my mind…of my heart….and of my soul.

Bride, please place the ring on Groom’s left hand and repeat after me:

Groom, with this ring . . . I thee wed . . .  and with it . . .  I bestow upon thee . . . all the treasures….of my mind…of my heart….and of my soul.


 

Option C Contemporary Ring Ceremony:  Groom, as you place the ring on Bride’s hand repeat after me:

This ring I give to you…as a token of my love…and devotion to you.  I pledge to you all that I am…and all that I ever will be as your husband…with this ring , I gladly marry you…and join my life to yours.

 Bride, as you place the ring on Groom’s hand repeat after me:

This ring I give to you…as a token of my love…and devotion to you.  I pledge to you all that I am…and all that I ever will be as your wife…, with this ring, I gladly marry you…and join my life to yours.


 

Option D:  Minister: May I have the rings, please?  Bride has picked a ring of symbolic significance to them as a couple.  The repeating ocean wave pattern can be found in ancient designs from sailors, fisherman and lovers of the sea.  The band is of waves and just as a wave and whitecap is cast each individually and so is an individual person cast. Then, they are joined in union to make one, created from two.  By exchanging of rings, you come here today from varied life experiences to make public the commitment each to the other.  You are fully combining your separate lives into one.

Bride: to Groom, from this moment, I take, you Groom, as my best friend & fishing buddy for life.  I pledge to honor, encourage, and support you through our walk together.  When our way become difficult, I promise to stand by you and uplift you, so that through our union we can accomplish more than we could alone. I promise to work at our love and always make you a priority in my life.  With every beat of my heart , I will love you.  This is my solemn vow.  Take this ring as a seal upon the marriage vows I have spoken, and as you wear it, may it be a reminder of how much I love you, not only on this precious day, but every single day of our life.

Groom to Bride:  From this moment, I Groom, take you Bride, as my best friend & fishing buddy for life.  I pledge to honor, encourage, and support you through our walk together.  When our way become difficult, I promise to stand by you and uplift you, so that through our union we can accomplish more than we could alone. I promise to work at our love and always make you a priority in my life.  With every beat of my heart , I will love you.  This is my solemn vow.  Take this ring as a seal upon the marriage vows I have spoken, and as you wear it, may it be a reminder of how much I love you, not only on this precious day, but every single day of our life.


 

Option E Spiritual Ring Ceremony: Minister:    May I have your rings, please?  Groom, will you, take a wedding ring and place it on the Bride’s left hand?  Please repeat after me.

Bride, I give you this ring.  Wear it always as a reminder of my constant faith in you and my abiding love for you.

Bride, please place this ring on Groom’s left hand and please repeat after me.

Groom, I give you this ring.  Wear it always as a reminder of my constant faith in you and my abiding love for you.


 

 

Option F Spiritual Ring Ceremony:

“Blessings of the Rings”
As God is a circle whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere, so let the seamless circle of these rings become a symbol of the timeless dimension of Unconditional Love. May the beauty and perfection of these rings remind you of your togetherness and the perfection of this union you are sanctifying in this perfect moment. May the presence of theses rings continue to remind you of the eternal love and devotion you are to share with one another from this moment onward.

The Exchange of Rings:
Minister ___________, please place this ring on ___________’s finger and repeat after me:

Groom: Beloved___________, I give you this ring in gratitude for your presence in my life and in return I pledge to honor and love you with all that I am. May this ring be a symbol of our oneness, as we dedicate our life to awakening and sharing our wholeness.

Minister ___________, please place this ring on ___________’s finger and repeat after me:

Bride:Beloved___________, I give you this ring in gratitude for your presence in my life and in return I pledge to honor and love you with all that I am. May this ring be a symbol of our oneness, as we dedicate our life to awakening and sharing our wholeness.

Pronouncement”
______________& _________________, you have discovered in one another an oasis of love. You have exchanged precious rings and proclaimed vows of love and devotion and now have finally entered into the sacred covenant of marriage. By the authority vested in me of the State of Georgia, it give me great joy to pronounce you husband and wife. You may now kiss your beautiful bride.

For the very first time I would like to present______&________________, husnand and wife
or Mr.& Mrs. ___________


 

Option G Ring Ceremony for a Commitment Union: We bless these rings as symbols of love and wholeness.  May these rings glow with the reflection of Divine Love, which flows through Bride and  Groom, today.

May they mark a new phase of their shared journey, and may it be filled with wonder, surprises, and laughter, tears, celebration, and joy.  Bless Bride and Groom, who wear these rings as an ever-present symbol of the bond they share through their faith in God.

These rings, by their shape, are symbols of eternity—without beginning or end; the rings are true symbols of the unending love that exists between you.

Groom, please repeat after me:  “With this ring, Bride

I acknowledge you as my partner in life…  The ring is a symbol of my love…  As it encircles your finger,… may it remind you that you are encircled… by my enduring love.”

Bride, please repeat after me:  “With this ring, Groom,….

I acknowledge you as my partner in life…  The ring is a symbol of my love…  As it encircles your finger,… may it remind you that you are encircled… by my enduring love.”