• Quaker Vows I

    In the presence of God and these our Friends,
    I take thee to be my <wife/husband>,
    promising with Divine assistance to be unto thee
    a loving and faithful <wife/husband>
    as long as we both shall live.
  • Quaker Vows II

    On this the <day>, <month>, in the year of our Lord, <year>
    <bride> and <groom>, appeared together,
    and <groom> taking <bride>
    by the hand, did, on this solemn and joyous occasion,
    declare that he took
    <bride> to be his wife, promising with Divine assistance
    to be unto her a loving and faithful husband; and then,
    in the same assembly, <bride>, did in like manner declare that
    she took <groom> to be her husband,
    promising with Divine assistance, to be unto him
    a loving and faithful wife.
    And moreover they, <groom> and <bride>,
    did, as further confirmation thereof, then and there,
    to this certificate set their hands.
  • Quaker Vows III

    Whereas <groom> of <groom's city> and <groom's state>,
    son of <groom's father> and <groom's mother>,
    and <bride> of <bride's city> and <bride's state>,
    daughter of <bride's father> and <bride's mother>,
    having declared their intentions of marriage with each other
    to the <meeting house name>
    monthly meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
    held at <meeting house city>, <meeting house state>,
    their proposed marriage was allowed by that Meeting.

    Now this is to certify to whom it may concern,
    that for the accomplishment of their intentions,
    this <day> day of <month>, in the year of our Lord <year>, they,
    <groom> and <wife>,
    appeared in a meeting for worship of the Religious Society of Friends,
    held at <meeting house city>, <meeting house state>,
    and <groom>, taking <bride> by the hand,
    did on this solemn occasion, declare
    that he took her, <bride>, to be his wife,
    promising with Divine assistance to be unto her
    a loving and faithful husband so long as they both shall live,
    and then, in the same assemble
    <bride> did in like manner declare that she took him,
    <groom>, to be her husband,
    promising with Divine assistance to be unto him
    a loving and faithful wife so long as they both
    shall live. And moreover, they, <groom> and <bride>,
    did as further confirmation thereof,
    then and there, to this certificate set their hands.
  • The Book of Common Prayer

    I, <bride/groom> take thee, <bride/groom>
    to be my wedded <husband/wife>,
    to have and to hold from this day forward,
    for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer,
    in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish,
    'til death do us part,
    according to God's holy ordinance;
    thereto I plight thee my troth.
    (Thereto I pledge my love).
  • Civil Ceremony Wedding Vows

    <bride/groom>, I take you to be my lawfully wedded <husband/wife>.
    Before these witnesses I vow to love you and care for you
    as long as we both shall live.
    I take you, with all your faults and strengths,
    as I offer myself to you
    with all my faults and strengths.
    I will help you when you need help, and
    turn to you when I need help.
    I choose you as the person with whom I will spend my life.
  • Roman Catholic Wedding Vows I

    I, <bride/groom>, take you, <bride/groom>, to be my <husband/wife>.
    I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad,
    in sickness and in health. I will love you
    and honor you all the days of my life.
  • Roman Catholic Wedding Vows II

    I, <bride/groom>, take you <bride/groom>, for my <husband/wife>,
    to have and to hold,
    from this day forward, for better,
    for worse, for richer, for poorer,
    in sickness and in health, until death do us part.
  • Lutheran Vows I

    I, <bride/groom>, take thee <bride/groom>, to be my <husband/wife>,
    and pledge thee my troth, so long as ye both shall live.
  • Lutheran Vows II

    I, <bride/groom>, take you, <bride/groom>, to be my <husband/wife>,
    and these things I promise you:

    I will be faithful to you and honest with you;
    I will respect, trust, help and care for you;
    I will share my life with you;
    I will forgive you as we have been forgiven;
    and I will try with you better to understand ourselves, the world, and God;
    through the best and the worst of what is to come as long as we live.
  • Lutheran Vows III

    <bride/groom>, Our miracle lies in the path we have chosen together.
    I enter into this marriage with you knowing that the true magic of love
    is not to avoid changes, but to navigate them successfully.
    Let us commit until death parts us.
  • Baptist Vows

    I, <bride/groom>, take thee <bride/groom>, to be my <husband/wife>,
    and before God and these witnesses I promise to be
    a faithful and true <husband/wife>.
  • Jewish Marriage Vows I

    I, <bride/groom>, take thee, <bride/groom>, to be my wedded <husband/wife>.
    To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse,
    for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health,
    to love and to cherish, till death do us part.
    According to God's holy ordinance,
    and thereto I pledge thee my faith.

    Groom:
    I promise you <bride>, that I will be
    your loving and loyal husband from now on.
    I will share with you all of life's joy and sorrow,
    pleasure and pain, until death parts us.

    Bride:
    I promise you <groom>, that I will be
    your loving and loyal wife from now on.
    I will share with you all of life's joy and sorrow,
    pleasure and pain, until death parts us.
  • Methodist Wedding Vows I

    I, <bride/groom>, take thee <bride/groom>, to be my <husband/wife>,
    to have and to hold, from this day forward,
    for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer,
    in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish,
    till death do us part, and thereto
    I pledge thee my faith.
  • Methodist Wedding Vows II

    I, <bride/groom>, take thee <bride/groom>, to be my wedded <husband/wife>,
    to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better for worse,
    for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health,
    to love and to cherish, till death do us part,
    according to God's holy ordinance; and thereto
    I pledge thee my faith.
  • Methodist Wedding Vows III

    I, <bride/groom>, ask you, <bride/groom>,
    to be my <husband/wife>, my friend, and my love.
    On this day I affirm the relationship we have enjoyed,
    looking to the future to deepen and strengthen it.
    I will be yours in plenty and in want,
    in sickness and in health, in failure and in triumph.
    Together we will dream, will stumble but restore each other,
    we will share all things, serving each other and our fellow humanity.
    I will cherish and respect you, comfort and encourage you,
    be open with you, and stay with you as long as we shall live,
    freed and bound by our Love.
  • Methodist Wedding Vows IV

    I take you, <bride/groom>, to be my <husband/wife> from this day forward,
    to join with you and share all that is to come, and I promise to be faithful
    to you of God and this congregation to declare your intent. Will you have this
    <man/woman> to be your <husband/wife>, to live together in a holy marriage?
    Will you love <him/her>, comfort <him/her>, honor <him/her>, and keep <him/her>
    in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others, be faithful to <him/her>
    as long as you both shall live?
  • Presbyterian Vows I

    I, <bride/groom>, take thee <bride/groom>,
    to be my wedded <husband/wife>,
    and I do promise and covenant,
    before God and these witnesses,
    to be thy loving and faithful <husband/wife>;
    in plenty and in want,
    in joy and in sorrow,
    in sickness and in health,
    as long as we both shall live.
  • Presbyterian Exchange

    This ring I give you, in token and pledge of
    our constant faith and abiding love.
  • Episcopal Vows I

    I, <bride/groom>, take thee <bride/groom>, to be my wedded <husband/wife>,
    to have an to hold from this day forward, for better for worse,
    for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health,
    to love and to cherish, 'til death do us part,
    according to God's ordinance; and
    thereto I pledge thee my troth.
  • Episcopal Vows II

    I vow to be your faithful <husband/wife>,
    understanding that marriage is a lifelong union,
    and not to be entered into lightly, for the purpose of
    mutual fellowship, encouragement and understanding; for
    the procreation of children and their physical and spiritual nurture.
    I hereby give myself to you in this cause
    with my sacred vow before God.
  • Episcopal Vows III

    Groom:
    In the name of God, I, <groom>, take you, <wife>, to be my wife,
    to have and to hold from this day forward,
    for better or worse, for richer or poorer,
    in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish,
    until we are parted by death.
    This is my solemn vow.

    Bride:
    In the name of God, I, <wife>, take you, <groom>, to be my husband,
    to have and to hold from this day forward,
    for better or worse, for richer or poorer,
    in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish,
    until we are parted by death.
    This is my solemn vow.
  • Episcopal Exchange of Rings

    I give you this ring as a symbol of my vow, and
    with all that I am, and all that I have, I honor you,
    in the name of the Father, and of the Son,
    and of the Holy Spirit.

    Our miracle lies in the path we have chosen together.
    I enter into this marriage with you knowing that the
    true magic of love is not to avoid changes, but
    to navigate them successfully. Let us commit to
    the miracle of making each day work together.

    I offer you my love and my support throughout all of our lives.
    I commit myself to years of growth and sharing as
    I encourage you to move in new direction.
    I will strive to achieve my potential as God's creature
    and will celebrate your progress toward the same goal.
    I give myself as I am and as I will be, and
    I do it for all of life.

    Respecting each other, we commit to live
    our lives together for all the days to come.
    I ask you to share this world with me, for good and ill.
    Be my partner, and I will be yours.

    May our days be long, and may they be
    seasoned with love, understanding, and respect.

    Now we stand together; may it always be so.
    I offer myself to you today.
    I will always love you, respect you and be faithful to you.

    Come health, happiness, and prosperity, I will stand with you;
    come illness, trouble, or poverty, I will stand with you.
    Take this ring, as a sign of my love and commitment.

    Today I join my life to yours as your friend, your lover,
    and your confidant. Let me be the shoulder you lean on, the rock
    on which you rest, the companion of your life.
    With you I will walk my path from this day forward.

    I came here today to join my life to yours before this company.
    In their presence I pledge to be true to you, to respect you, and
    to grow with you through the years. Time may pass, fortune may smile,
    trials may come; no matter what we may encounter together,
    I vow here that this love will be my only love.
    I will make my home in your heart from this day forward.
  • Jewish Marriage Vows II

    Do you <groom>, take <wife> to be your wife? ("I do")
    Do you promise to love, cherish and protect her, whether in
    good fortune or in adversity, and to seek with her a life
    hallowed by the faith of Israel? ("I do")

    Do you <wife>, take <groom> to be your husband? ("I do")
    Do you promise to love, cherish and protect him, whether in
    good fortune or in adversity, and to seek with him a life
    hallowed by the faith of Israel? ("I do")

    <groom>, as you place this ring upon the finger of <wife>,
    speak to her these vows:
    "With this ring be thou consecrated unto me as my wife,
    according to the law of God, and the faith of Israel."

    <wife>, as you place this ring upon the finger of <groom>,
    speak to him these vows:
    "With this ring be thou consecrated unto me as my husband,
    according to the law of God, and the faith of Israel."
  • Roman Catholic Wedding Vows III

    I, <bride/groom>, take you, <bride/groom>, to be my wedded <husband/wife>;
    and I promise and covenant, before God and these witnesses, to be
    your loving and faithful <husband/wife>, in plenty and in want,
    in joy and in sorrow, in sickness and in health,
    as long as we both shall live.
  • Non Denominational Vows I

    I <bride/groom>, take thee <bride/groom>, to be my <husband/wife>.
    To have and to hold, in sickness and in health,
    for richer or for poorer, and
    I promise my love to you forevermore
  • Non Denominational Vows II

    I <bride/groom>, take you <bride/groom>, to be my <husband/wife>.
    To share the good times and hard times side by side.
    I humbly give you my hand and my heart
    as a sanctuary of warmth and peace,
    and pledge my faith and love to you.
    Just as this circle is without end, my love for you is eternal.
    Just as it is made of incorruptible substance,
    my commitment to you will never fail. With this ring, I thee wed.
  • Non Denominational Vows III

    Before our friends and those so special to us here,
    on this wonderful day of gladness and good fortune,
    I <bride/groom> take you <bride/groom> as my <husband/wife>,
    in friendship and in love, in strength and weakness,
    to share the good times and misfortune, in achievement and failure,
    to celebrate life with you forevermore.
  • Interfaith Marriage Vows

    I have enjoyed the time we've spent talking about what
    our different faiths mean to us. We have discovered much
    that we share in common. It is my prayer that the candles
    we have lit together today in unity will enlighten our path
    to the future. I promise to honor your traditions as I honor you.
  • Buddhist Vows I

    In the future, happy occasions will come as surely as the morning.
    Difficult times will come as surely as the night.
    When things go joyously, meditate according to the Buddhist tradition.
    When things go badly, meditate.
    Meditation in the manner of the Compassionate Buddha will guide your life.
    To say the words 'love and compassion' is easy.
    But to accept that love and compassion are built
    upon patience and perseverance is not easy.

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