Wedding ceremony book is a comprehensive and unique guide.
How to write your own personalized wedding ceremony and vows.

In the United States,for example, there are 2.4 million weddings every year--no two will ever be exactly alike.

Yet whatever the differences, every wedding is guaranteed to include a ceremony that unites the couple as husband and wife.

A growing trend in wedding ceremonies throughout the world is breaking with traditions, or creating your own traditions, and to customize your wedding ceremony.

  • One of the most important rituals to be personalized is the wedding vow.
  • However, how often do you write your wedding ceremony vows?
  • Most will say, never. Writing your own wedding vows can be very difficult and a stressful experience.
  • This book is the authoritative answer to these essential questions.
  • What vow can I say?
  • Is your favorite poem or reading appropriate for your wedding ceremony?
  • Should I memorize a couple of lines?
  • Are you stuck on what to say after "I knew you were the one for me, the moment we first met"?
  • So many questions, can arise over the process of creating your very own personalized wedding ceremony.
  • This Wedding Ceremony Book solves all these concerns and will give you answers, easily.

This wedding ceremony book will avoid a probability of humiliation and embarrassment in front of friends, family, and your mother-in-law!

So finally, there is a book that will be your guide and savior through this sometimes-torturous process.

This book will assist you in the choices, and also guide you with your interests and passions.

Title of the book is, "Wedding Ceremonies Galore and Much Much More". This book will also assist you with any ethnic and religious traditions, you may have when creating the most important words you may ever say, to each other.

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The following example is a complete wedding ceremony, including vows and readings. This is just one of the 50 Ceremonies in my book Wedding Ceremonies Galore and Much Much More.
185 Pages 8 1/2 X 11
50 Full Complete Ceremonies
66 Readings
38 Vows
31 Ring Vows
6 Special Childrens Vows
Your wedding day should be as special and as individual as you are.
Remember these vows in the Wedding Ceremonies Galore book are for young and old people alike. Traditional Vows
Religious or Spiritual Vows
Non-Religous Vows
Non-Traditional Vows
Renewing Vows
2nd or Ensuing Vow
Ring Vows
Guidelines To Writing Your Own Complete Ceremony
This will Save You Valuable Time
You'll Save Money (time is money-- don't waste time writing your own from scratch)
Buy this Wedding Ceremony book, now.
Gain The Audiences Respect-- say the wrong thing and risk losing their respect.

To see another different example from the Wedding Ceremony Book
Click Here: Religious with presentation for Parents and Children

Sample One

Who brings this woman to marry this man?

This is the time that you have chosen to become husband and wife. We are here not only to witness your commitment to each other, but to wish you every happiness in your future life together. Marriage is founded on sincerity and understanding which leads to tolerance, confidence and trust. We believe that those qualities which have attracted you both to each other, can be best developed during a life spent together. A happy marriage will enable you to establish a home with love and stability where your family and friends will always be welcome.

~~~ READING TWO LIVES ~~~

Two lives, two people, so very different, yet so similar. Together we stand as one, sharing our future as it comes. The past is that past. Buds are yet to blossom, with care and trust, the best is yet to be revealed. Honesty and kindness, are the fruits of love. Lord bless this day and always to enrich us so our love will never end. Before you are joined together in marriage in my presence and in the presence of these your family and witnesses, I am bound to remind you of the solemn and firm nature of the relationship into which you are about to enter. Marriage as most of us understand it, is the voluntary commitment of a man to a woman and a woman to a man to the exclusion of all others and is entered into with the desire, the hope and the firm intention that it will last for life.

Minister: We shall now say your vows.

VOWS

(Groom): I (Grooms Name) affirm my love to you (Brides Name) as I invite you to share my life. I promise always to respect your needs. I will endeavor through kindness, unselfishness and trust to achieve the warm rich life we now look forward to. To this end I call upon all present to witness that I take you (Brides Name) to be my lawful wife, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health while we both shall live.

(Bride): I (Brides Name) affirm my love to you (Grooms Name) as I invite you to share my life. I promise always to respect your needs. I will endeavor through kindness, unselfishness and trust to achieve the warm rich life we now look forward to. To this end I call upon all present to witness that I take you (Grooms Name) to be my lawful husband, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health while we both shall live.

RING VOWS

Groom: (Brides Name); with this ring I thee wed. Take it and wear it as a symbol of all we shall share.

Bride: (Grooms Name); with this ring I thee wed. Take it and wear it as a symbol of all we shall share.

~~~ READING from CORINTHIANS 1; 13 ~~~

Love is always patient and kind. It is never jealous. Love is never boastful or conceited, it is never rude or selfish, it does not take offense and is not resentful. Love takes no pleasure in other people's faults, but delights in the truth. It is always ready to excuse, to trust, to hope. It is always ready to endure whatever comes. True love does not come to an end.

Minister: You have declared before all of us that you will live together in marriage. You have made special promises to each other, which have been symbolized by the joining of hands, taking of vows and the giving and receiving of two ring's. By the authority vested in me as a Minister in the (State of or Country), I now pronounce you to be husband and wife. Now that the ceremony is over and the experience of living day by day is about to begin, go and meet it gladly.

Embrace each other. (Announce the couple generally Mr and Mrs Grooms Name to the guests.)

To see another different example from the Wedding Ceremony Book
CLICK HERE: Religious with presentation for Parents and Children

Robert,
I received your book and I am enjoying reading it and getting great ideas for our wedding ceremony.
What a GREAT book!!!
Thanks,
Lisa Noell

LisaNoell@hotmail.com

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