#1
Groom and Bride
have chosen rings as outward symbols of the commitment they make today.
From earliest times, the ring has been a symbol of committed love. An unbroken and never-ending
circle symbolizes a commitment to love that is also never ending.

Groom, take the ring which you have selected, place it on Bride’s finger, and say to her these words:  
As this ring / has no end / neither shall my love for you.

Bride, take the ring which you have selected, place it on Groom’s finger, and say to her these words:  
As this ring / has no end / neither shall my love for you.

Let these rings forever be to you a symbol of the preciousness, the purity, and the permanence of true
wedded love.

#2
Groom and Bride have chosen rings as outward symbols of the commitment they make today. From
earliest times, the ring has been a symbol of wedded love. An unbroken and never-ending circle
symbolizes a commitment to love that is also never ending. We ask that God bless these rings and this
union of souls.

Groom, place the ring you have chosen on Brides finger and say to her these words:
This ring, a gift for you, symbolizes my desire that you be my wife from this day forward.

Bride, place the ring you have chosen on Groom's finger and say to him these words:
This ring, a gift for you, symbolizes my desire that you be my husband from this day forward.

Groom and Bride, let these rings serve not as locks binding you together, but as keys, unlocking the
secrets of your hearts for each other to know, and thus bringing you closer together forever.

#3
I give this ring as a token and a pledge of my constant faith and abiding love with all that I am and all
that I will become.

#4
Groom:
Bride, I give you this ring as a symbol of my love. As it encircles your finger, may it remind
you always that you are surrounded by my enduring love.

Bride: I will wear it gladly and whenever I look at it I will remember this joyous day and the vows
we've made.

Bride: Groom, I give you this ring as a symbol of my love. As it encircles your finger, may it remind
you always that you are surrounded by my enduring love.

Groom: I will wear it gladly and whenever I look at it I will remember this joyous day and the vows
we've made.
(Peg Kehret)

#5
Groom, I have not the right to bind thee to Bride, only you have this right. If it be your wish, say so at
this time and place your ring in her hand.
GROOM: It is my wish.
Bride, if it be your wish for Groom to be bound to you, place the ring on his finger. (places ring on
Groom's left ring finger)

Bride, I have not the right to bind thee to Groom only you have this right. If it be your wish, say so at
this time and place your ring in his hand.
BRIDE: It is my wish.
Groom, if it be your wish for Bride to be bound to you, place the ring on her finger.(places ring on
Bride's left ring finger)

#6
Eric and Kimberly have chosen rings as outward symbols of the commitment they make today. From
earliest times, the ring has been a symbol of wedded love. An unbroken and never-ending circle
symbolizes a commitment to love that is also never ending. We ask that God bless these rings and this
union of souls.

Eric, take the ring that you have selected, place it on Kimberly's finger and say to her these words:
This ring is a circle / A circle has no end / So it symbolizes / my never-ending love for you / From
this day forward / I will love you / I will cherish you / I will be true to you /no matter what comes
into our lives /if we are rich or poor /if there is sickness or health /my heart belongs only to you.

Eric, do you take Kimberly, to be your wedded wife and be faithful only to her for so long as you
both shall live?
“I DO”

Kimberly, take the ring that you hae selected, place it on Eric's finger and say to him these words:
This ring is a circle / A circle has no end / So it symbolizes / my never-ending love for you / From
this day forward / I will love you / I will cherish you / I will be true to you /no matter what comes
into our lives /if we are rich or poor /if there is sickness or health /my heart belongs only to you.

Kimberly, do you take Eric to be your wedded husband and be faithful only to him for so long as you
both shall live?
“I DO”

#7
Groom:
With this ring, I wed you -- for today, for tomorrow and for all the tomorrows to come.
Please wear it as a sign to all the world that you have chosen me to be your husband.

Bride: With this ring, I wed you -- for today, for tomorrow and for all the tomorrows to come. Please
wear it as a sign to all the world that you have chosen me to be your wife.
(Peg Kehret)

#8
Groom and Bride, put the ring that you have chosen on the finger of the other and together, repeat
after me:

just as this circle is without end/
so is my love for you/
my promise to you will never fail/
with this ring/
I take you/
to be my trusted confidante/
and partner for life.

#9
HER RING:
The ring is a circle. A circle has no ending so it symbolizes an enduring love.
GROOM, let this ring remind you of the lifetime commitment you are making to BRIDE.
GROOM, do you have the ring that is the lasting symbol of your vows to BRIDE?
Place the ring on the third finger of BRIDE’S left hand and repeat after me as you make these vows to
her:
“From this day on/I GROOM, take you BRIDE/to be my wife/I will love you/I will cherish you/I will
be true to you/no matter what comes
into our lives/if we are rich or poor/if there is sickness or health/my heart belongs to you/for so long
as we both shall live.

HIS RING:
The ring is a circle. A circle has no ending so it symbolizes an enduring love.
GROOM, let this ring remind you of the lifetime commitment you are making to BRIDE.
GROOM, do you have the ring that is the lasting symbol of your vows to BRIDE?
Place the ring on the third finger of BRIDE’S left hand and repeat after me as you make these vows to
her:
“From this day on/I GROOM, take you BRIDE/to be my wife/I will love you/I will cherish you/I will
be true to you/no matter what comes into our lives/if we are rich or poor/if there is sickness or
health/my heart belongs to you/for so long as we both shall live.

#10
Groom and Bride have chosen rings as outward symbols of the commitment they make today.

From earliest times, the ring has been a symbol of committed love. An unbroken and never-ending
circle symbolizes a commitment to love that is also never ending. We ask that God bless these rings
and this union of souls.

Groom, take the ring which you have selected, place it on Bride's finger, and say to her these words:
With this ring / I thee wed / In the name of the Father / and of the Son / and of the Holy Spirit /
Amen.

Bride, take the ring which you have selected, place it on Groom's finger, and say to him these words:
With this ring / I thee wed / In the name of the Father / and of the Son / and of the Holy Spirit /
Amen.
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