At this time will you take out the rings you have for each other.
As you wear these things, they will speak to the community you live in, the people you work with, and strangers you run across. The ring is a symbol which proclaims to the world that you share a love with another and that you are deeply connected in the bond of marriage. We know what it means when other people see your wedding ring, but before you exchange your rings, I want you to listen to what these ring will speak to you. As you go from this celebration with the ring on your finger, allow it to remind you of this day. Allow it to awaken the deep passionate feelings that are stirring in your hearts at this moment. Let it remind you of the love that you have just professed with your vows. But also allow it to speak of more than just symbolism. Your ring should not only remind you of what you already feel. Hear the ring’s plea for action. Hear how it whispers to once again profess your love to your spouse. Listen to its call to live out your love by doing romantic acts, thoughtful gestures, and caring deeds. Let it be a reminder that love needs to be offered and not just felt. When others see the ring they will know you’re married. When you see your ring and when you feel it on your hand, you should be reminded that your love needs to displayed and conveyed in action.
I do not claim to be the original author of this script. I am sharing it like this to make it easier for anyone to use.
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