We are here to­day to par­tic­i­pate in a most joy­ous oc­ca­sion, to cel­e­brate one of life’s great­est mo­ments, by ac­knowl­edg­ing the wed­ding of Arthur and Mar­i­lyn.

Arthur, do you take Mar­i­lyn to be your law­ful wed­ded wife? Do you promise to love, hon­or, and pro­tect her? Share the good times and achieve­ments as well as the hard times and dis­ap­point­ments? Keep her in sick­ness and in sor­row and to be faith­ful to her forever­more?

Mar­i­lyn, do you take Arthur to be your law­ful wed­ded hus­band? Do you promise to love, hon­or, and pro­tect him? Share the good times and achieve­ments as well as the hard times and dis­ap­point­ments? Keep him in sick­ness and in sor­row and to be faith­ful to him forever­more?

I give you this ring in to­ken and pledge as a sym­bol of all that we share with my con­stant faith and abid­ing love.

Now that you have joined your­selves in mat­ri­mo­ny, may you strive al­ways to meet this com­mit­ment with the same spir­it you now ex­hib­it. We all bear wit­ness to this cer­e­mo­ny you have just per­formed and you may now call your­selves by those old and re­spect­ed names, hus­band and wife. May God bless this union. You may kiss the bride.