A successful marriage is made up of two people, each putting the other before themselves and giving to that person 100% first, last, and always. However, as Bride and Groom’s journey unfolds there will be opportunities and challenges that will strain, and perhaps even weaken, them. They may move back and forth between the seasons of their love, sometimes strong as the autumn harvest time, and sometimes tender, tentative, and fragile as the springtime shoots that brave the frost. In those times they will need the support and caring of all of you who have come to celebrate this joyous union So in the joining of these two families, I ask all of you to take a vow in their presence and in the presence of each other.
Do you pledge to honor and support their marriage? Do you pledge to be neutral and support them equally?
And will you always be there for them and embrace them with the love of family and the joy of sharing your lives with them?
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Redefining the wedding ceremony by rethinking traditions.