Mar­riage is an hon­or­able es­tate. It is not to be en­tered in­to light­ly or un­ad­vis­ed­ly, but dis­creet­ly and sober­ly. In­to this re­la­tion­ship these two per­sons come now to be joined. I ask you both that if you know any rea­son why you should not be joined in mar­riage, you make it known at this time.

Elvis, do you take Priscil­la to be your wed­ded wife, to live to­geth­er in bonds of mar­riage? Will you love her, com­fort her, hon­or and keep her, so long as you both shall live?

Priscil­la, do you take Elvis to be your wed­ded hus­band, to live to­geth­er in bonds of mar­riage? Will you love him, com­fort him, hon­or and keep him, so long as you both shall live?

I, Elvis, take thee, Priscil­la, to be my wed­ded wife, to have and to hold from this day for­ward, for bet­ter or worse, for rich­er for poor­er, in sick­ness and in health, to love and to cher­ish.

I, Priscil­la, take thee, Elvis, to be my wed­ded hus­band, to have and to hold from this day for­ward, for bet­ter or worse, for rich­er for poor­er, in sick­ness and in health, to love and to cher­ish.

Inas­much as you have con­sent­ed to­geth­er in mar­riage, by virtue of the au­thor­i­ty vest­ed in me by the laws of the state, I now pro­nounce you hus­band and wife.