Beautiful Loving Ceremonies 

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​Original script by Edmund Oneill and modified by many others.

 

In Hawaii, we exchange leis as a symbol of our love.These beautiful Lei’s are a reflection of the love and aloha that you have for each other. As you exchange these Lei’s today you will begin to weave your own Lei in your life together as husband and wife.



Marriage is a commitment for life. It is the best that two people can find and bring out of each other. It offers opportunities of sharing and growth that no other human relationship can equal. It is a physical and emotional joining to be promised for a lifetime.

 

In the circle of its love, marriage encompasses all of life’s most important relationships. A husband and wife are each other's best friend, confidante, lover, teacher and listener. Marriage deepens and enriches every facet of life: happiness is fuller, memories are fresher and commitment is stronger. Marriage also understands and forgives the mistakes that life is sometimes unable to avoid. Yet it encourages and nurtures new life, new experiences and new ways of expressing your love for each other through each other.

When you pledge to love one another in your marriage, you create a sprit that is unique to yourselves. It is in your spirit that we are here today.

 

TheVows:

I Groom, take you Bride to be my wife. I promise to love you, honor you and cherish you. I will be your companion. I will share my strengths and my achievements. I will respect you and be your friend for as long as we both shall live.

 

I Bride, take you Groom to be my husband. I promise to love you, honor you and cherish you. I will be your companion. I will share my strengths and my achievements. I will respect you and be your friend  for as long as we both shall live.

 

The Rings:

These beautiful rings, are a symbol of longevity in the marriage covenant. The circle of these rings symbolizes the never ending love and commitment that the two of you are making here today. From here on out, wheneveryou see your wedding rings, may they always remind you that the love you have for each other is forever.



Let us bless these rings: O’ Lord, our God may you bless these rings, may these rings be a constant symbol of unending love and devotion, Amen.

 

Bride, I give you this ring as a sign of my love. I give myself to you as your wife. From this day forward, you shall not walk alone. I promise to love you and comfort you in our marriage.

 

Groom, I give you this ring as a sign of my love. I give myself to you as your wife. From this day forward, you shall not walk alone. I promise to love you and comfort you in our marriage.

 

Groom and Bride,We have all been witness to your marriage here today and we all now recognize you as husband and wife. May God’s grace be with you. May God bless you and keep you. May God’s face shine upon you and may God’s countenance rise up and bring forth to you peace now and forever.

 

Therefore by the authority given to me as a minister of the gospel and by the state of Hawaii, it is my honor to introduce for the first time as husband and wife, Mr. and Mrs. ..... ! Groom, you may kiss your bride!

Original script by Edmund Oneill and modified by many others.

 

In Hawaii, we exchange leis as a symbol of our love.These beautiful Lei’s are a reflection of the love and aloha that you have for each other. As you exchange these Lei’s today you will begin to weave your own Lei in your life together as husband and wife.



Marriage is a commitment for life. It is the best that two people can find and bring out of each other. It offers opportunities of sharing and growth that no other human relationship can equal. It is a physical and emotional joining to be promised for a lifetime.



In the circle of its love, marriage encompasses all of life’s most important relationships. A husband and wife are each other's best friend, confidante, lover, teacher and listener. Marriage deepens and enriches every facet of life: happiness is fuller, memories are fresher and commitment is stronger. Marriage also understands and forgives the mistakes that life is sometimes unable to avoid. Yet it encourages and nurtures new life, new experiences and new ways of expressing your love for each other through each other.

When you pledge to love one another in your marriage,you create a sprit that is unique to yourselves. It is in your spirit that we are here today.



TheVows:

I Groom, take you Bride to be my wife. I promise to love you, honor you and cherish you. I will be your companion. I will share my strengths and my achievements. I will respect you and be your friend for as long as we both shall live.



I Bride, take you Groom to be my husband. I promise to love you, honor you and cherish you. I will be your companion. I will share my strengths and my achievements. I will respect you and be your friend  for as long as we both shall live.

The Rings:

These beautiful rings, are a symbol of longevity in the marriage covenant. The circle of these rings symbolizes the never ending love and commitment that the two of you are making here today. From here on out, wheneveryou see your wedding rings, may they always remind you that the love you have for each other is forever.



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Bride, I give you this ring as a sign of my love. I give myself to you as your wife. From this day forward, you shall not walk alone. I promise to love you and comfort you in our marriage..



Groom, I give you this ring as a sign of my love. I give myself to you as your wife. From this day forward, you shall not walk alone. I promise to love you and comfort you in our marriage.



Groom and Bride,We have all been witness to your marriage here today and we all now recognize you as husband and wife. .



Therefore by the authority given to me by the state of Hawaii, it is my honor to introduce for the first time as husband and wife, Mr. and Mrs. ..... !

Groom, you may kiss your bride!.

Author unknown.

 

Today we meet by the sea,as the two of you become one. Here where the earth meets this constant and unlimited force. And as these waters, may the love you share be limitless, flowing and ever-changing. May your love forever redefine itself, and may it hold for you the very essence of life.

In pledging your lives and love to one another, you acknowledge the changes in your existence and celebrate your commitment to a strong and aware relationship. May your love touch and enrich all those with whom you come in contact, just as these great waters touch, nourish and transform the many shores of our planet.

 

Sharing of the Leis

At this time I would like to have you present to each other these leis. In Hawaii, we exchange leis as a symbol of our love. The beautifully crafted lei with its hand picked flowers and twine, carefully bonded together with love, is a reflection of your love and Aloha for one another. As you exchange these leis, you will begin to weave your lei in life together with love. And now, with loving aloha (island style) please present your leis to one another with a smile and a kiss upon each other’s cheek.

Thank you.

 

We gather here today to celebrate and dedicate the joy and deep meaning of the union of --------------and------------------- The essence of this covenant is the acceptance of each other as Lover, Companion and Friend. It is therefore a decision which is not entered into lightly, but rather undertaken with great consideration and respect for ourselves and each other. This ceremony can set the tone for your entire life together. It is the visible symbol of the ongoing wedding process in which the two of you grow in love and union. It represents the welding of two souls as one. it is also a demonstration of the bonding which will strengthen and free you to each grow in your unique way but yet still together

 

The Vows

Please face each other and hold hands:

do you------------------------take------------------------------------to be your wife? do you promise to love her, comfort her in sickness and in health. Forsaking all others for as long as you both shall live?

Groom: "I do"

and do you------------------------take------------------------------------to be your husband? do you promise to love him, comfort him in sickness and in health. Forsaking all others for as long as you both shall live?

Bride: "I do"

 

May I have your rings please.

Your rings by their very shape are symbols of eternal unity Without beginning or end. They are the emblem of the love that exists between you and characterize your devotion to one another. Let them always remind you of the commitments you make today.

 

(Each person places the ring on the other’s fourth finger on the left hand, Groom and Bride repeat after Minister)

----------------, with this ring, I promise to grow with you to build our love, to speak openly and honestly to listen to you, and to love and cherish you for all the days ahead From this day forward you shall not walk alone My heart will be your shelter and my arms will be your home. With this ring I thee wed



​------------------------ and ----------------------------- You have vowed your love to each other, exchanged leis and rings, so now, by the power vested in me by the state of Hawaii it is my honor and privilege to pronounce you husband and wife and you may seal this covenant with a kiss.