I, Bruce, take thee, De­mi, to be my wed­ded wife, to have and to hold from this day for­ward, for bet­ter or worse, for rich­er or poor­er, through sick­ness and in health, to love and to cher­ish, till death do us part. With this ring I thee wed, in here with, I pledge to you my love and de­vo­tion, so long as we both shall live.

I, De­mi, take thee, Bruce, to be my wed­ded hus­band, to have and to hold from this day for­ward, for bet­ter or worse, for rich­er or poor­er, through sick­ness and in health, to love and to cher­ish, till death do us part. With this ring I thee wed, in here with, I pledge to you my love and de­vo­tion, so long as we both shall live.

Inas­much as Bruce and De­mi have con­sent­ed in holy wed­lock and have wit­ness the same be­fore God, ac­cord­ing to the pow­ers vest­ed in me by this state and be­ing an or­dained min­is­ter of the Gospel, I pro­nounce that you are hus­band and wife. In the name of the Fa­ther, the Son and the Holy Spir­it, those whom God has joined to­geth­er let no one put asun­der.