Tom Jagodzinski
Justice of the Peace - Connecticut

Wedding Vows

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Traditional Wedding Vows

Who accompanies this bride to her wedding?

We are gathered he
re today to celebrate the drawing together of two lives. We have come so that this couple may be united in marriage. This commitment is not to be entered into lightly but with certainty, mutual respect, a sense of reverence and perpetuity.

By a mutual commitment to love each other, to work towards creating an atmosphere of care, consideration and respect, by a willingness to face the tensions and anxieties that underlie human life, you will make your wedded life come alive.

May the love with which you join hearts and hands today never fail but grow deeper and surer with every year you spend together.

Please join hands.

Do you, xxxxxx, take this woman, xxxxxx, to be your lawful wedded wife, to love, honor and cherish her in sickness and in health, in good times and bad, until death do you part?

Do you, xxxxxx, take this man, xxxxxx, to be your lawful wedded husband, to love, honor and cherish him in sickness and in health, in good times and bad, until death do you part?

xxxxxx please place the ring upon xxxxxx’s finger and repeat after me.

With this ring, I thee wed, and forever pledge my devotion.

xxxxxx please place the ring upon xxxxxx’s finger and repeat after me.

With this ring, I thee wed, and forever pledge my devotion.

Please join hands.


By the act of joining hands you take to yourself the relation of husband
and wife and solemnly promise to love, honor, comfort and cherish each other so long as you both shall live. You came to me as two single people and you will leave as a married couple, united to each other by the binding contract you are entering. You must now share your cares, your worries, your pleasures and your joys.

PRONOUNCEMENT

Therefore, in accordance with the law of Connecticut and by virtue of the authority vested in me by the law of Connecticut I do pronounce you husband and wife.

May I be the first to congratulate you and good luck to both of you.

 

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