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Ceremony ideas

Basic ceremony

Greetings and "housekeeping"

 

We have come together today to celebrate one of life's greatest moments, the joining of two hearts and to give recognition to the worth and beauty of love, and to add our best wishes to the words which shall unite this couple in marriage.

Should there be anyone who has cause why this couple should not be united in marriage, Shush!!

Who Gives this Woman/Man today to be married (optional)

Today we have gathered to witness the joining of these two lives. For them, out of the routine of ordinary life, the extraordinary has happened. They met each other, fell in love and are finalizing it with their wedding. A good marriage must be created. It is never being too old to hold hands. It’s remembering to say I love you every day and it is not just marrying the right person its being the right partner.

 

Vows

I, GROOM/BRIDE take you GROOM/BRIDE to be my husband/wife, my partner in life and my one true love. I will cherish our friendship and love you today, tomorrow, and forever.

I, GROOM/BRIDE take you GROOM/BRIDE to be my husband/wife, my partner in life and my one true love. I will cherish our friendship and love you today, tomorrow, and forever.

 

I Do’s

GROOM/BRIDE do you take GROOM/BRIDE to be your HUSBAND/WIFE? ("I do") Do you promise to love, honor, cherish and protect him/her, forsaking all others and holding only unto him/her? ("I do") 

GROOM/BRIDE do you take GROOM/BRIDE to be your HUSBAND/WIFE? ("I do") Do you promise to love, honor, cherish and protect him/her, forsaking all others and holding only unto him/her? ("I do") 

 

 

Rings

Wedding rings are an unbroken circle of love, signifying to all the union of this couple in marriage." 

GROOM/BRIDE, This ring is my sacred gift, with my promise that I will always love you, cherish you and honor you all the days of my life. And with this ring, I thee wed.

GROOM/BRIDE, This ring is my sacred gift, with my promise that I will always love you, cherish you and honor you all the days of my life. And with this ring, I thee wed.

 

With great pleasure I now pronounce you ............

You may now share a kiss. 

Ladies and Gentlemen, family and friends, I am pleased to present to you.........

We are gathered here today to celebrate one of life's greatest moments, the joining of two hearts. In this ceremony today we will witness the joining GROOM/BRIDE and GROOM/BRIDE in marriage.

If there is anyone present who has just cause why this couple should not be united..... Sussh!

 

Who gives this man/woman to be married today (Optional)

 

Today we have come together to witness the joining of these two lives. For them, out of the routine of ordinary life, the extraordinary has happened. They met each other, fell in love and are finalizing it with their wedding Today.

Romance is fun, but true love is something far more and it is their desire to love each other for life and that is what we are celebrating here today.

A good marriage must be created.

In marriage the "little" things are the big things.

It is never being too old to hold hands.

It is remembering to say, ”I love you" at least once a day.

It is never going to sleep angry.

It is standing together and facing the world.

It is speaking words of appreciation, and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways.

It is having the capacity to forgive and forget.

It is giving each other an atmosphere in which each can grow.

It is a common search for the good and the beautiful.

It is not only marrying the right person -- it is being the right partner

 

VOWS (face each other and hold hands)(repeat after me)

I, GROOM/BRIDE take you GROOM/BRIDE to be my husband/wife, my partner in life and my one true love. I will cherish our friendship and love you today, tomorrow, and forever.

I will trust you and honor you

I will laugh with you and cry with you.

Through the best and the worst,

Through the difficult and the easy.

Whatever may come I will always be there.

As I have given you my hand to hold

So I give you my life to keep

 

I, GROOM/BRIDE take you GROOM/BRIDE to be my Husband/Wife, my partner in life and my one true love. I will cherish our friendship and love you today, tomorrow, and forever.

I will trust you and honor you

I will laugh with you and cry with you.

Through the best and the worst,

Through the difficult and the easy.

Whatever may come I will always be there.

As I have given you my hand to hold

So I give you my life to keep

.............

Customized ceremony 1

....cont'd

GROOM/BRIDE AND GROOM/BRIDE I would ask that you always treat yourself and each other with respect, and remind yourselves often of what brought you together today.

Give the highest priority to the tenderness, gentleness and kindness that your marriage deserves. When frustration and difficulty assail your marriage - as they do to every relationship at one time or another - focus on what still seems right between you, not only the part that seems wrong.

This way, when clouds of trouble hide the sun in your lives and you lose sight of it for a moment, you can remember that the sun is still there. And if each of you will take responsibility for the quality of your life together, it will be marked by abundance and happiness.

 

I Do’s

GROOM/BRIDE, do you take GROOM/BRIDE to be your Husband/Wife? ("I do")

Do you promise to love, honor, cherish and protect him/her, forsaking all others and holding only unto him/her forevermore? ("I do")

 

GROOM/BRIDE, do you take GROOM/BRIDE to be your Husband/Wife? ("I do")

Do you promise to love, honor, cherish and protect him/her, forsaking all others and holding only unto him/her forevermore? ("I do")

 

Ring Exchange (who has the rings) (repeat after me)

 

The ring is a symbol of the unbroken circle of love. Love freely given has no beginning and no end, no giver and no receiver for each is the giver and each is the receiver. May these rings always remind you of the vows you have taken. 

I GROOM/BRIDE, take thee, GROOM/BRIDE to be my Husband/Wife- To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, in joy and sorrow, and I promise My love to you. And with this ring, I take you as my Husband/Wife, for as long as we both shall live.

 

I GROOM/BRIDE, take thee GROOM/BRIDE, to be my Husband/Wife. To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, in joy and sorrow, and I promise My love to you. And with this ring, I take you as my husband/wife, for as long as we both shall live.

Closing

To make your relationship work will take love. This is the core of your marriage and why you are here today.

 

It will take trust, to know, that in your hearts, you truly want what is best for each other.

It will take dedication, to stay open to one another - and to learn and grow together.

It will take faith, to go forward together, without knowing exactly what the future brings.

And it will take commitment, to hold true to the journey you both have pledged to today.

 

With great pleasure I now pronounce you . . . . . .

You may now share a kiss.

 

Ladies & gentlemen, family & friends, I would like to introduce .......

Lighthearted ceremony

We are gathered here today to celebrate one of life's greatest moments, the joining of two hearts. In this ceremony today we will witness the joining GROOM/BRIDE and GROOM/BRIDE in marriage. 

Today we have come together to witness the joining of these two lives. For them, out of the routine of ordinary life, the extraordinary has happened. They met each other, fell in love and are finalizing it with their wedding today. Romance is fun, but true love is something far more and it is their desire to love each other for life and that is what we are celebrating here today.

 

But today is also a celebration for the rest of us, for it is a pleasure for us to see love in bloom, and to participate in the union of two people so delightfully suited to one another. And to have a couple of cocktails in the process.

 

So let's get on with it already!

 

A good marriage must be created.

In marriage the "little" things are the big things.

It is never being too old to hold hands.

It is remembering to say, ”I love you" at least once a day.

It is never going to sleep angry.

It is standing together and facing the world.

It is speaking words of appreciation, and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways.

It is having the capacity to forgive and forget.

It is giving each other an atmosphere in which each can grow.

It is a common search for the good and the beautiful.

It is not only marrying the right person -- it is being the right partner

 

VOWS (face each other and hold hands)(repeat after me)

I, GROOM/BRIDE take you GROOM/BRIDE to be my husband/wife, my partner in life and my one true love. I will cherish our friendship and love you today, tomorrow, and forever.

I will trust you and honor you

I will laugh with you and cry with you.

I will love you faithfully

Through the best and the worst,

Through the difficult and the easy.

Whatever may come I will always be there.

As I have given you my hand to hold

So I give you my life to keep

 

I, GROOM/BRIDE take you GROOM/BRIDE to be my Husband/Wife, my partner in life and my one true love. I will cherish

our friendship and love you today, tomorrow, and forever.

I will trust you and honor you

I will laugh with you and cry with you.

I will love you faithfully

Through the best and the worst,

Through the difficult and the easy.

Whatever may come I will always be there.

As I have given you my hand to hold

So I give you my life to keep

GROOM/BRIDE AND GROOM/BRIDE I would ask that you always treat yourself and each other with respect, and remind yourselves often of what brought you together today. 

Give the highest priority to the tenderness, gentleness and kindness that your marriage deserves. When frustration and difficulty assail your marriage - as they do to every relationship at one time or another - focus on what still seems right between you, not only the part that seems wrong.

 

This way, when clouds of trouble hide the sun in your lives and you lose sight of it for a moment, you can remember that the sun is still there. And if each of you will take responsibility for the quality of your life together, it will be marked by abundance and happiness.

 

I Do's

GROOM/BRIDE do you take GROOM/BRIDE to be your awful wedded Husband/Wife? ("I do")

Do you promise to love, honor, cherish and protect him/her, and be faithful to him/her?("I do")

Do you promise to take out the trash and pick up your clothes off the floor?("I do")

And Do you promise to love him/her even when he/she is cranky("I do")

 

GROOM/BRIDE do you take GROOM/BRIDE to be your awful wedded Husband/Wife? ("I do")

Do you promise to love, honor, cherish and protect him/her, and be faithful to him/her? ("I do")

Do you Promise not to whine at him/her when he/she forgets to take out the trash or pick up his clothes from the floor.("I do")

And do you promise to love him/her after he/she has been out all night with the boys/girls.("I do")

 

There are 3 rings of marriage. The wedding ring, The Engagement ring and the suffering. We hope the latter can be held to a minimum.

 

Ring Exchange (who has the rings) (repeat after me)

 

I GROOM/BRIDE, take thee, GROOM/BRIDE to be my Husband/Wife, to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, in joy and sorrow, and I promise My love to you. And with this ring, I take you as my Husband/Wife, for as long as we both shall live.

 

I GROOM/BRIDE, take thee GROOM/BRIDE, to be my Husband/Wife. To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer, in joy and sorrow, and I promise My love to you. And with this ring, I take you as my Husband/Wife, for as long as we both shall live.

 

To make your relationship work will take love. This is the core of your marriage and why you are here today.

 

It will take trust, to know, that in your hearts, you truly want what is best for each other.

It will take dedication, to stay open to one another - and to learn and grow together.

It will take faith, to go forward together, without knowing exactly what the future brings.

And it will take commitment, to hold true to the journey you both have pledged to today.

With great pleasure I now pronounce you ............

You may now share a kiss. 

Ladies and Gentlemen, family and friends, I am pleased to present to you.........

I’m thrilled and honored to be here to witness, celebrate, and usher in the beginning of your marriage.

It got me thinking about marriage… and what that looks like. In particular, what that will look like for the two of you.

I imagine the marriage between you BRIDE, and you GROOM, will look a little something like this:

(customized for personal interests)

The most perfect pasta, creamy custard, and buttermilk biscuits. From scratch. With love.

Dreamings over a shared bottle of Pinot Noir.

Late night reminiscing and records spinning.

Backyard grilling, planting, and harvesting.

Making a home together… twelve thousand miles from where you started.

May your marriage be a never-ending edit of beautiful vignettes—captured and shared alongside, and with, each other. For as long as you both shall live.

Let’s begin.

BRIDE:

“Love” by Roy Croft

I love you,
not only for what you are—
but for what I am
when I am with you.

I love you,
not only for what
you have made of yourself—
but for what
you are making of me.

I love you for
the part of me that you bring out;
I love you for putting your hand
into my heaped-up heart
and passing over
all the foolish, weak things
that you can’t help
dimly seeing there,
and for drawing out into the light
all the beautiful belongings
that no one else had looked
quite far enough to find.

I love you because you
are helping me to make
of the lumber of my life
not a tavern, but a temple.

Out of the works of my every day
not a reproach, but a song.

I love you
because you have done
more than any creed
could have done
to make me good.

And more than any fate
could have done
to make me happy.

You have done it
without a touch,
without a word,
without a sign.
You have done it
by being yourself.

...........

Customized ceremony 2

...cont'd

 

GROOM:

from The Princess Bride

Do I love you? My God, if your love were a grain of sand, mine would be a universe of beaches. There has not been a morning when you did not flutter behind my waking eyelids. I have not known a night when your visage did not accompany me to sleep. I have not known a moment in years when the sight of you did not send my heart careening against my rib cage…

I said “as you wish” from the beginning… I loved you from the start.

I love you. Okay? Want it louder? I love you. Spell it out, should I? I ell-oh-vee-ee why-oh-you. Want it backward? You love I…

I love you,

OFFICIANT;

“Union” by Robert Fulghum

You have known each other from the first glance of acquaintance to this point of commitment. At some point, you decided to marry. From that moment of yes, to this moment of yes, indeed, you have been making commitments in an informal way. All of those conversations that were held in a car, or over a meal, or during long walks—all those conversations that began with, “When we’re married,” and continued with “I will” and “you will” and “we will”—all those late night talks that included “someday” and “somehow” and “maybe”—and all those promises that are unspoken matters of the heart. All these common things, and more, are the real process of a wedding.

The symbolic vows that you are about to make are a way of saying to one another, “You know all those things that we’ve promised, and hoped, and dreamed—well, I meant it all, every word.”

Look at one another and remember this moment in time. Before this moment you have been many things to one another—acquaintance, friend, companion, lover, dancing partner, even teacher, for you have learned much from one another these past few years. Shortly you shall say a few words that will take you across a threshold of life, and things between you will never quite be the same.

For after today you shall say to the world—“This is my husband.” “This is my wife.”

BRIDE, pick up GROOM'S’s ring, and repeat after me.

(NAME) I want to spend the rest of my life with you.

 

I take you with all your faults and strengths as I offer myself to you—with all my faults and strengths.

 

I vow to help you when you need help, and turn to you when I need help.

And with this ring, I take you to be my lawfully wedded husband, my constant friend, my partner-in-crime, and my love from this day forward.

GROOM, pick up BRIDE'S’s ring, and repeat after me.

NAME I want to spend the rest of my life with you.

 

I take you with all your faults and strengths as I offer myself to you—with all my faults and strengths.

 

I vow to help you when you need help, and turn to you when I need help.

And with this ring, I take you to be my lawfully wedded wife, my constant friend, my partner-in-crime, and my love from this day forward.

Now that you have given yourselves to each other with solemn vows, and the giving and receiving of rings, in front of God and all who are assembled here—it is with great joy that I pronounce you husband and wife.

You may now seal your vows with a kiss.

(Kissing!)

Romantic ceremony

OFFICIANT: Today is a celebration. A celebration of love, of commitment, of friendship, of family, and of two people who are in it for forever.

You don't have to have a ceremony to have a marriage. And when you think about it, the whole thing is kind of weird, right? You're standing on a stage, looking fancy, holding flowers, and being stared at by pretty much everyone who has meant anything to you in the past twenty-something years. So why do we do it? The marriage ceremony has been an important feature across nearly every culture, religion, generation, and society. We have thousands of important moments that happen throughout our lives but this one is regarded as one so critical, we acknowledge its special status by sharing it with others. Why this moment?

Because despite all of our differences, love is what we all share. It's the great unifier — our one universal truth. That no matter who we are, where we've come from, what we believe, we know this one thing: love is what we're doing right. That's why you both are standing here. That's why you all are here to watch them stand up here. We have all loved in our lifetimes, and in this moment, we're reminded that the ability to love is the very best part of our humanity

All of us here today have our own love stories. Some are short, others long. Some are yet unwritten, while others are just getting to the good part. There are chapters in all of our stories that are sad or disappointing — and others that are exciting and full of adventure.

[Insert your own love story here]

And that brings them here. A time to pause, look back, and smile at all the moments that brought them here. And a time to look ahead at all the moments that are still to come.

I'm here — we're all here — because we want those moments for you. We're here to hope with you, to support you, to be proud of you, and to remind you that love isn't happily ever after, love is the experience of writing your story. It's not one moment — not even this moment. It's every moment. Big ones like saying "I love you," moving in together, getting engaged — but mostly a million little ones that come in between the big moments. Falling asleep next to one another, making dinner together, spending holidays with your families, binge-watching Netflix shows, getting a big hug when you get home from work… These everyday moments fuse together into one big experience.

And even though this experience is so incredible, words fail us when we try and explain it. That's just the way it is with love — it's meant to be felt, not described.

But trying to describe love is one of our favorite pastimes. We use the words we have to write stories, and poems, and songs about love. And even though we describe love in different ways — and even though love can look different from one person to the next — we all know it when we see it. And we see it here.

So today, we have some words about what love is, coming from some of the people who love you the most.

READINGS (insert readings of your choice)

VOWS;

OFFICIANT: You fell in love by chance, but you're here today because you're making a choice. You both are choosing each other. You've chosen to be with someone who enhances you, who makes you think, makes you smile, and makes every day brighter.

You're about to make promises to each other that you intend to keep. You're going to vow to take care of each other, to stand up for one another, and find happiness in the other. There's a simple premise to each of these promises: you're vowing to be there. You're teaming up and saying to the other, "Every experience I am going to have, I want you to be a part of."

Will you, [Partner 1], keep [Partner 2] as your favorite person — to laugh with her, go on adventures with her, support her through life's tough moments, be proud of her, grow old with her, and find new reasons to love her every day?

PARTNER 1: I will.

[Same question is then asked of Partner 2]

OFFICIANT: Will you, [Partner 1 and 2], be each other's partners from this day forward? Will you bring out the best in one another, share your happiest moments together, and love each other absolutely — for the rest of this lifetime and for whatever may come next?

PARTNERS 1 and 2: We will.

RINGS;

OFFICIANT: You’ve both chosen to wear rings as a reminder of these promises.

Love comes from humble beginnings, and through a combination of serendipity and effort, imperfect beings shape it into something extraordinary. It’s the process of making something beautiful where there was once nothing at all. As you look at these rings over the years, I hope you remember that. You’ve created something invaluable, and just as I know you’ll protect these rings, I’m confident you’ll protect the commitments you’ve made to one other today.

OFFICIANT;

May your marriage bring you all the exquisite excitements a marriage should bring.
May you need one another, but not out of weakness.
May you want one another, but not out of lack.
May you look for things to praise, often say, "I love you!" and take no notice of small faults.
May you have happiness, and may you find it making one another happy.
May you have love, and may you find it loving one another.

Each person here is an important part of BRIDE and GROOM'S's circle of family and friends and they are so glad that you are here with them today.  Before we start I'd like to ask you all to make sure your cell phones, devices, and iPads are all on silent and put away, and that you please refrain from taking photos until the end of the ceremony.
We are here today to witness the exchange of vows between BRIDE and GROOM who, especially on this day, are a prime example of how happy two people can really be together.  They make being in a relationship look easy, and it's in that effortlessness where we can see how well suited they are for one another.  All of us are here to witness, celebrate, dance, laugh, eat, and be glad because these two have found their soulmate and counterpart in each other.

 

 

ADDRESS

In scripting today’s ceremony, we found inspiration and quotes from a number of artists and writers and will be sharing those with you.

Today we have come together to witness the joining of these two lives. For them, out of the routine of ordinary life, the extraordinary has happened. They met each other, fell in love and are finalizing it with their wedding today.

“When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.”

Romance is fun, but true love is something far more…it is BRIDE and GROOM’s desire to love each other for life that we are celebrating here today.

Bob Marley penned the following description of love and relationships;

“Only once in your life, I truly believe, you find someone who can completely turn your world around. You tell them things that you’ve never shared with another soul and they absorb everything you say and actually want to hear more. You share hopes for the future, dreams that will never come true, goals that were never achieved and the many disappointments life has thrown at you. When something wonderful happens, you can’t wait to tell them about it, knowing they will share in your excitement. They are not embarrassed to cry with you when you are hurting or laugh with you when you make a fool of yourself. Never do they hurt your feelings or make you feel like you are not good enough, but rather they build you up and show you the things about yourself that make you special and even beautiful. There is never any pressure, jealousy or competition but only a quiet calmness when they are around. You can be yourself and not worry about what they will think of you because they love you for who you are. The things that seem insignificant to most people such as a note, song or walk become invaluable treasures kept safe in your heart to cherish forever. Memories of your childhood come back and are so clear and vivid it’s like being young again. Colours seem brighter and more brilliant. Laughter seems part of daily life. In their presence, there’s no need for continuous conversation, but you find you’re quite content in just having them nearby. Things that never interested you before become fascinating because you know they are important to this person who is so special to you. You think of this person on every occasion and in everything you do. Simple things bring them to mind like a pale blue sky, gentle wind or even a storm cloud on the horizon. You open your heart knowing that there’s a chance it may be broken one day and in opening your heart, you experience a love and joy that you never dreamed possible. You find that being vulnerable is the only way to allow your heart to feel true pleasure that’s so real it scares you. You find strength in knowing you have a true friend and possibly a soul mate who will remain loyal to the end. Life seems completely different, exciting and worthwhile. Your only hope and security is in knowing that they are a part of your life.”

BRIDE and GROOM: you have known each other from the first glance of acquaintance to this point of commitment. At some point, you decided it would be a good idea to get married.  From that moment of “yes” to this moment of “I do”, you have been making promises and agreements in a casual way. All those conversations you had riding in a car or over a meal or while relaxing together — all those sentences that started with "When we're married" and continued with "I will and you will and we will"- those late night talks that included "someday" and "somehow" and "maybe"- all these common things are the real process of a wedding. The vows that you are about to make are a way of saying to one another, "You know all those things we've promised and hoped and dreamed - well, I meant it all, every word."

Lyrics & children's
literature

 

Fondly remembered, and oft quoted by BRIDE and GROOM, the great Dr Seuss said...."We are all a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdnss is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love."

READING

I would like to ask FAMILY MEMBER to come forward and share a reading that BRIDE and GROOM have chosen.

 

VOWS
The vows that BRIDE and GROOM are about to make reflect their understanding of life’s ever-changing circumstances.  Life does not always go where we plan and no matter how much arranging is done, sometimes, you just have to wing it.

After you speak these words, things will never quite be the same between you. For after these vows, you will say to the world, this – (point to GROOM) is my husband, this (point to BRIDE) - is my wife.  BRIDE and GROOM have written their own vows.

GROOM: (read vows)

 

BRIDE: (read vows)

 

EXPRESSION OF INTENT

 

BRIDE and GROOM, please join hands. 
Now GROOM, with your promises to BRIDE in mind, do you take BRIDE to be your partner for life?  Do you promise to walk by her side forever, and to love, help, and encourage her in all she does?  Do you promise to take time to talk with her, to listen to her, and to care for her?  Will you share her laughter, and her tears, as her partner, lover, and best friend?  Do you take her as your lawfully wedded wife for now and forever?  If so, respond “I Do.”

 

GROOM: I do.

 

BRIDE, with your promises to GROOM in mind, do you take GROOM to be your partner for life?  Do you promise to walk by his side forever, and to love, help, and encourage him in all he does?  Do you promise to take time to talk with him, to listen to him, and to care for him?  Will you share his laughter, and his tears, as his partner, lover and best friend?  Do you take him as your lawfully wedded husband for now and forever?  If so, respond “I Do.”

 

BRIDE: I do.

 

CEREMONY OF THE RINGS

 

May I have the rings, please? 

BRIDE and GROOM, these rings are an external and visible sign of the internal bond which unites the two of you. May they serve as a seal of the vows you have made to one another.

 

THE RING VOWS


GROOM, as you place this ring on BRIDE’s finger, repeat after me:
BRIDE, I give you this ring, as a daily reminder of my love for you.


BRIDE, as you place this ring on GROOM'S’s finger, repeat after me:
GROOM, I give you this ring, as a daily reminder of my love for you.

CONCLUSION

BRIDE and GROOM, before I pronounce you husband and wife, I have just one more thing I’d like you to do.  Your wedding day is one that seems to fly by.  It’s a day filled with emotion, friends, family, pictures, and dancing.  It is the culmination of many months of planning and dreaming. Many people remember how fast their own wedding day flew by.  So I’d like you to

“join your hands, and with your hands your hearts." and take a few seconds to look into each other’s eyes.  Think about the happiness that you’re feeling in this place, in this moment.  Really let that feeling register in your heart and your mind.  Now, think about your life together in twenty years.  We all know that your visions of the future are not identical, but are always complimentary.  John Lennon once said, “A dream you dream alone is only a dream.  A dream you dream together, THAT is a reality.” 

For you, that new reality starts now.

 

PRONOUNCEMENT & KISS

 

BRIDE and GROOM, on behalf of all those present I am honoured to pronounce you husband and wife.  You may now share a kiss.

Ladies and Gentlemen, family and friends I introduce to you BRIDE & GROOM (Mr & Mrs; title of your choice)

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