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Ring Ceremonies

The first part of a Ring Ceremony is what the Celebrant says when she is passed the rings. The second part of a Ring Ceremony is what you say to each other when you exchange rings. And the third part of the Ring Ceremony is what the Celebrant says at the end. Just because it says Ring Ceremony 1 does not mean that you have to have all of that Ceremony. You may like the first part of Ring Ceremony one and the second part of ring ceremony 7 and the third part of Ring Ceremony 13, so mix them up or takes lines that you love to make your own. 

Ring Ceremony 1
 
Celebrant
 
“May I please have the rings…Thank-you.
The Wedding ring is a symbol of the promises of love and devotion that you have made to each other today. In years to come, it will remind you of this day, when you became one in hope, one in believing in life, and one in sharing the years ahead of you”
 
Celebrant to Warren “Warren please repeat after me. With this ring I marry you and join my life with yours”
 
Celebrant Jacinta Jacinta, please repeat after me. With this ring I marry you and join my life with yours”
 
Celebrant “We hope that Warren and Jacinta, through the love they have for one another, will increase the source of strength to embrace the challenges of tomorrow. We hope the vows they have taken today will be reflected in their everyday dealings with each other. In times of stress may they be patient and understanding. In times of need may their affection and courage leave them undaunted. May their love for each other continue to grow not only toward each other, but toward the world they live in. from today Jacinta and warren, reassure yourselves with the thought that the important thing is not what you have done with your lives up to date, but what you intend to do  with them in the future. Forget where you have been, and think about where you are going. Today is the first day of the rest of your lives”
 
Ring Ceremony 2
 
Celebrant “May I please have the rings thank-you” These circles of gold are a symbol of all that is unending, having neither a beginning nor an end. Let these rings be a symbol of your unity,into which your lives are joined in one, unbroken circle”
 
Celebrant to Warren “Warren please repeat after me. Take this ring and wear it the knowing that, you are my life, my world, my soul mate  now and forever Babe”
 
Jacinta “Jacinta please repeat after me.
Take this ring and wear it the knowing that, you are my life, my world, my soul mate, now and forever Babe”
 
Celebrant “May your Marriage be filled with memories to treasure. Of faith and trust along the way. Of love too deep to measure…
And bring to you as Husband and Wife, the happiness of knowing that God who fills your cup with life and will keep it overflowing”
 
Ring Ceremony 3
 
Celebrant “May I please have the rings, thank-you. These circles of precious metal are a fitting emblem of the perpetuity of the marriage state, as it is so fashioned as to have neither a beginning nor an end”
 
Celebrant to Warren “Warren please repeat after me. I give you this ring as I give you my love. As the ring is unbroken, so is my love for you without beginning or ending. As it is made of purest metal, so I give you my best. As the circle is perfectly symmetrical, I give you all that I am or ever hope to be. All that I give you as I give you this ring”
 
Celebrant to Jacinta “Jacinta please repeat after me. I give you this ring as I give you my love. As the ring is unbroken, so is my love for you without beginning or ending. As it is made of purest metal, so I give you my best. As the circle is perfectly symmetrical, I give you all that I am or ever hope to be. All that I give you as I give you this ring”

Celebrant “May these rings be a symbol of your faith in each other, and always remind you of your love”
 
Ring Ceremony 4
 
Celebrant “The circle is the symbol of the sun, and the earth, and the universe. It is a symbol of Peace. Let these rings be the symbol of your unity and peace, into which your lives are joined in one unbroken circle”
 
Celebrant to Warren “Warren please repeat after me.Wear this ring forever, as a symbol of love and peace, and all that is unending”
 
Celebrant to Jacinta “Jacinta please repeat after me. Wear this ring forever, as a symbol of love and peace, and all that is unending”
 
Celebrant “May the home you build together be not a place of stone and wood, but an island of peace, a place from which you will build strength and support and stays and carries with you throughout your daily lives. May the home you build encompass all the beauty of nature and its elements of simplicity, beauty, silence, and colour, in concordance with your dreams and aspirations”
 
Ring Ceremony 5
 
Celebrant “May I please have the rings Thank-you. These rings are a symbol of the vows you have taken here today. They are a circle of roundness, perfect in form. These rings mark the beginning of a long journey together, filled with wonder, surprizes, laughter, tears, celebration, grief and joy”
 
Celebrant to Warren “Warren please repeat after me.Take this ring freely, as a token of my love, and a symbol of my intention to live with you in love and respect”
 
Celebrant to Jacinta “Jacinta please repeat after me.Take this ring freely, as a token of my love, and a symbol of my intention to live with you in love and respect”
 
 Celebrant “These rings you now wear carry the promises that you have made to each other today. They are the link that forges the present to the future. The promises made today must be lived tomorrow. Let these rings be a constant reminder”
 
Ring Ceremony 6 

Celebrant “May I please have the rings….Thank-you. These rings are made of precious metal, a symbol of the riches that reside in each of you; and as any metal is purified by the white heat of testing, so will your love be purified by the tests facing you through the seasons of your life”
 
Celebrant to Warren “Warren please repeat after me. With this ring I promise to stand with you as we share this life, and cherish the memories we make together”
 
Celebrant to Jacinta “Jacinta please repeat after me. With this ring I promise to stand with you as we share this life, and cherish the memories we make together”
 
Celebrant “Two hearts, one love, two lives, one way; two dreams of happiness, now only one”
 
Ring Ceremony 7
 
Celebrant “May I please have the rings…Thank-you. The wedding ring, a complete circle, is the symbol of the completeness a Husband and wife find in a Marriage relationship.
The ring has no beginning and no end, just as true love is never-ending. The ring is also made of precious metals, just as true love is a precious treasure. As you place the wedding band on each other’s finger, may it not only remind you of the endless love you possess for one another, but may it also be a reminder of the precious gift you found when you fell in love”
 
Celebrant to Warren “Warren please repeat after me. Take this ring as a symbol of my love and as a constant reminder that I have chosen you above all others to be the one I share my life with”
 
Celebrant to Jacinta “Jacinta please repeat after me. Take this ring as a symbol of my love and as a constant reminder that I have chosen you above all others to be the one I share my life with”
 
Celebrant “Let these rings serve not as a lock binding you together, but as a key unlocking the secrets of your hearts, thus bringing you closer together”
 
Ring Ceremony 8
 
Celebrant “May I please have the token of Keiya’s love for Graham and Graham’s love for Keiya, thank you. These circles of precious metal are regarded as an emblem of the lasting nature of Marriage. The circle has neither a beginning nor an end. While gold is so incorruptible that it cannot be tarnished by the use of time. So may this union, at this time solemnized, be incorruptible, and more lasting than life itself”
 
Celebrant to Graham “Graham, please repeat after me. Take this ring, and wear it knowing that
no time, no distance, no person, will ever change my feelings for you. You were my yesterday, you are my today and you will be my tomorrow”
 
Celebrant to Keiya “Keiya, please repeat after me. Take this ring, and wear it knowing that
no time, no distance, no person, will ever change my feelings for you. You were my yesterday, you are my today and you will be my tomorrow.
 
Celebrant “May your Marriage bring you all the exquisite excitement Marriage should bring. And may life grant you also patience, tolerance and understanding. May you always need one another. Not so much to fill your emptiness
as to help you know your fullness. May you need one another, but not out of weakness. May you want one another, but not out of lack. May you succeed in all important ways with one another, and not fail in the little graces. May you look for things to praise. Often say, “I love you!” and take no notice of small faults. If you have quarrels that push you apart. May both of you have the good sense to take the first step back. May you enter into the mystery which is the awareness of one another’s presence. Warm and near when you are side by side. And warm and near when you are apart. May you have happiness, and may you find it making one another happy. May you have love, and find it loving one another.”
 
Ring Ceremony 9
 
Celebrant “These ring's originated from the earth, mankind has turned them into beautiful symbols of commitment. Each is a perfectly round circle and is a symbol of the sun the earth and the universe. They are a symbol of perfection and of peace. This is why the Wedding Band no matter what it is made of is a symbol of eternity, with no end and no beginning. These rings are not of any great value in themselves. But what they stand for now and what they will come to mean over time is beyond price. The great circle of life itself is symbolised in these small circles. The centre is not just an empty space but rather a pathway to new beginnings and once placed upon Keiya and Graham’s fingers the doorway will be unlocked and their lives together as will truly begin. So in the name of what has been created together and all that you are yet to become, I warm and bless these rings, as the merging and interweaving of two life stories each with a unique and life shaping past, both willing to embark on a journey of joining each other’s past and making it their future”
 
Celebrant “Keiya please repeat after me. Graham, wear this gold ring forever, Wear it as a symbol of love and peace, and all that is unending. With this ring, I Keiya, take you, Graham, to be my lawfully wedded Husband.”
 
Celebrant “Graham please repeat after me.”
“Keiya, wear this ring forever, Wear it as a symbol of love and peace, and all that is unending. With this ring, I Graham, take you,
Keiya, to be my lawfully wedded Wife.”
 
Celebrant “May these rings symbolize your inherent wholeness and unity with one another, giving you the strength to happily honour your commitments to each other. May they remind you that marriage is not a destination but a journey, with no beginning and no end, just a moment to moment opportunity to love and be loved to the best of your ability.
 
“Ring Ceremony 10”
 
Celebrant “May I please have the rings.
These rings are the symbol of the promises you have made to each other. They are the link that forges the present to the future. The promises made today must be lived tomorrow.
Let these rings be a constant reminder”
 
Celebrant Graham “Graham please repeat after me, I give you this ring, take it and wear it knowing that, no time, no distance, no person,
will ever change my feelings for you”
 
Celebrant to Keiya “Keiya please repeat after me, I give you this ring, take it and wear it knowing that, no time, no distance, no person,
will ever change my feelings for you”
 
Celebrant “Let these rings serve not as a lock binding you together, but as a key unlocking the secrets of your hearts, thus bringing you closer together"
 
“Ring Ceremony 10”
 
Celebrant “May I please have the tokens of Patrick’s love for Natasha and Natasha’s love for Patrick. Thank-you. These circles of precious metal are regarded as an emblem of the lasting nature of Marriage. The circle has neither a beginning nor an end. While gold is so incorruptible that it cannot be tarnished by the use of time. So may this union, at this time solemnized, be incorruptible and more lasting than life itself”
 
Celebrant to Patrick “May this ring be blessed so he who gives it and she who wears it
may abide in peace and continue in love until life’s end. Patrick please repeat after me. With this ring I thee wed. Wear it as a symbol of our love and commitment”
 
Celebrant to Natasha “May this ring be blessed so she who gives it and he who wears it
 may abide in peace and continue in love until life’s end. Natasha please repeat after me. With this ring I thee wed. Wear it as a symbol of our love and commitment”
 
Celebrant “Words are powerful, but fleeting and the sound of words is soon gone. These rings you now wear become the physical symbols of the commitments that we have just heard. They carry the promises that you have made to each other today. May your marriage be filled with memories to treasure, of faith and trust along the way, of love too deep to measure… And bring to you as Husband and Wife, the happiness of knowing that God who fills your cup with life will keep it overflowing. And now we come to the part I am sure everyone has been waiting for, by the power vested in me by the Law of Australia I now pronounce you Husband and Wife.Tony you may now kiss your beautiful Bride”
 
Ring Ceremony 11
 
Celebrant “May I please have the rings…Thank you. The circle is the symbol of the sun, the earth and the universe. It is a symbol of peace. A ring too is a circle with the same representation. True peace is not materialistic, cannot be seen nor held but can be felt.
The blessings and wishes you have shared on these rings today cannot be seen, however like true peace, your wishes will be felt. These rings originated from the earth and are like no others, they have been hand crafted with hand mined stones and set in precious metal as a symbolic representation of your commitment to each other. Your relationship is also unique, a one off, hand crafted by the two of you”
 
Celebrant to Tony "Tony please repeat after me. Elizabeth I give you this ring, this band of sapphires and gold. I give it to you unconditionally to wear it as a visible symbol of all we have committed to today, to wear with love from this day forward.
 
Celebrant to Elizabeth "Elizabeth please repeat after me. Tony I give you this ring, this band of sapphires and gold. I give it to you unconditionally to wear it as a visible symbol of all we have committed to today, to wear with love from this day forward.
 
Celebrant “May the seamless circle of these rings become the symbol of their endless love and serve to remind them of the holy covenant they have entered into today to be faithful, loving, and kind to each other”
 
Ring Ceremony 12
 
Celebrant “Of all the traditions that true love may bring, the most cherished custom passed down is the ring. A circle unending, complete and unbroken, exchanged in the moment love’s promise is spoken. Though fable and folklore and history may vary, with tales of this symbol for those meant to marry. However the wedding ring first had its start, its true beauty lies within each lover’s heart. In trust and commitment, shared laughter and tears, in strength of a friendship that grows through the years, in hopes and in dreams. Each ring reflects love that is one of a kind and each couple married is free to define, the course of their love as their lives intertwine. For the treasure of love, just like silver and gold,is unique to each promise “to have and to hold”

Celebrant to Brian “Brian please repeat after me. I Brian, give you this ring this band of gold. To love you always, to have and to hold. I give you my love precious and true. You know that my heart is only for you. The fitting of this ring with its unending circle, symbolizes my everlasting love for you. The placing of this ring on your finger, is the fulfillment of my dreams, to have you as my friend, my love, my husband/ wife, to live as one forever. I promise to love, respect and honour you I will always be there for you, with you, beside you Let this ring be a symbol of our love, may it represent our today, our tomorrows, our future and our past.
As I have given you my hands to hold, so I give you my life to keep”
 
Celebrant to Caroline “Caroline please repeat after me. I Brian, give you this ring this band of gold. To love you always, to have and to hold. I give you my love precious and true. You know that my heart is only for you. The fitting of this ring with its unending circle, symbolizes my everlasting love for you. The placing of this ring on your finger, is the fulfillment of my dreams, to have you as my friend, my love, my husband/ wife, to live as one forever. I promise to love, respect and honour you I will always be there for you, with you, beside you. Let this ring be a symbol of our love, may it represent our today, our tomorrows, our future and our past.
As I have given you my hands to hold, so I give you my life to keep”
 
Celebrant “These rings are the symbols of your vows taken, a circle of wholeness. These rings mark the beginning of a journey filled with wonder, surprises, tears, laughter, celebrations, grief and joy. May these rings glow with the warmth and life that flows through their wearers today”
 
Ring Ceremony 13

Celebrant “A ring is a fitting symbol for a wedding promise. It is a circle with no beginning and no end. Love without end is what we hope to achieve in marriage. As the ring is placed upon your finger, remember that it is your love for one another that has bought you here. And it is that love that will guide you down the pathways of your future”

Celebrant to Duane “Duane please repeat after me. With this ring, I give you my heart. From this day forward, you shall not walk alone. My heart will be your shelter and my arms will be your home”
 
Celebrant to Shay “Shay please repeat after me. With this ring, I give you my heart. From this day forward, you shall not walk alone. My heart will be your shelter and my arms will be your home”
 
Celebrant “These Wedding rings you now wear are an outward and visible sign of an inward spiritual grace and the unbroken circle of love, signifying to all the union of this man and this woman in marriage”
 
Ring Ceremony 14
 
Celebrant “The ring is an ancient symbol, so perfect and simple. It has no beginning and has no end. It is round like the sun, like the moon, like the eye, like arms that embrace. It is a circle; for love that is given comes back round again.Your rings are precious because you wear them with love. They symbolize your commitment in marriage. They remind you of who you are, where you’ve been, and where you’re going. As you wear them through time, they will reflect not only who you are as individuals, but also who you are a couple.
The ring is a symbol of the unbroken circle of love. Love freely given has no beginning and no end, no giver and no receiver for each is the giver and each is the receiver. May these rings always remind you of the vows you have taken”
 
Celebrant to Luke “Luke please repeat after me. I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness. As I place it on your finger, I commit my heart and soul to you. I ask you to wear this ring as a reminder of the vows
we have spoken today, our wedding day”
 
Celebrant to Suellen “Suellen please repeat after me. I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness. As I place it on your finger, I commit my heart and soul to you. I ask you to wear this ring as a reminder of the vows
we have spoken today, our wedding day”
 
Celebrant “These rings mark a new beginning in your journey together, filled with wonder, surprise, laughter, tears, celebration, grief and joy”
 
Ring Ceremony 16
 
Celebrant I hold in my hand two beautiful rings, symbolic of a binding contract,to be given and received as bonds of never-ending love and devoted friendship, circles of life and circles of love. May these rings be blessed as the symbol of this affectionate unity”
 
Celebrant to Zac “Zac, please repeat after me, I Zac give you Alana this ring, to wear with love and joy. As a ring has no end, neither shall my love for you. I choose you to be my Wife from this day and forevermore”
 
Celebrant to Alana “Alana, please repeat after me, I Alana give you Zac this ring, to wear with love and joy. As a ring has no end, neither shall my love for you. I choose you to be my Husband from this day and forevermore”
 
Celebrant “Now that you wear these rings, 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. 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. 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 be displayed and conveyed in action”
 
Ring Ceremony 17
 
Celebrant “These rings are made of precious metal, but they are made more precious by your wearing them, for they will adorn your loving hands. May they be a symbol of your eternal love for one another. As you wear them, may they be a constant reminder to you of one another, and of the deep bond of faith, trust and love which they represent”
 
Celebrant to Jarad “Jarad please repeat after me. With this ring, I Jarad gladly marry you and join my life to yours. I give this ring as my gift to you. Wear it and think of me and know that I love you."
 
Celebrant to Josie “Josie please repeat after me. With this ring, I Josie gladly marry you and join my life to yours. I give this ring as my gift to you. Wear it and think of me and know that I love you."
 
Celebrant “From the earliest of times, the circle has been a symbol of completeness, a symbol of committed love. An unbroken and never-ending circle symbolized a commitment of love that is also never ending. As often as either of you looks at this symbol, I hope that you will be reminded of these commitments to one another, which you make today”
 
Ring Ceremony 18
 
Celebrant “The giving and receiving of rings is the most important part of a marriage ceremony, because the rings are made in the symbol of that which is eternal. There is no beginning and no end, and as you place these symbols on each other’s finger, it signifies that there shall be no end to your marriage, and no end to the happiness that you will both share together. But let me remind you that these are also the special symbols you will wear before the world, certainly when you go back to your family, and friends, and co-workers. In fact, you will notice the response when you walk away from this beautiful place tonight. For when people look at you, they will look at your hand and notice the ring on your finger. They will know that you belong to someone special and that someone special belongs to you. Every day for the rest of your lives, every time you wash your hands or reach out to touch each other, these rings will be there to remind you of the great love that you share and of the wonder that the person standing in front of you loves you as much as you love them. So when you place these rings upon each other’s fingers, wear them with love and with honor”
 
Celebrant to Sean “Sean please repeat after me. I have for you a golden ring. The most precious metal symbolizes that your love is the most precious thing in my life. The ring has no beginning and no ending, which symbolizes that the love between us will never cease. I place it on your finger as a visible sign of the vows which have made us husband and wife”
 
Celebrant to Adeleah “Adeleah please repeat after me. I have for you a golden ring. The most precious metal symbolizes that your love is the most precious thing in my life. The ring has no beginning and no ending, which symbolizes that the love between us will never cease. I place it on your finger as a visible sign of the vows which have made us husband and wife.
 
Celebrant “As you look at these rings over the years, I hope you remember that you have created something invaluable, and just as I know you’ll protect these rings, I’m confident you’ll protect the commitments you’ve made to one other today”
 
Ring Ceremony 19
 
Celebrant The ring has no beginning and no ending, which symbolizes that the love between the two of you will never cease. The ring is the symbol of the commitment which binds these two together. There are two rings because there are two people, each to make a contribution to the life of the other, and to their new life together”

Celebrant to Nicklin “Nicklin please repeat after me. Because this ring is perfectly symmetrical, it signifies the perfection of true love. As I place it on your finger, I give you all that I am and ever hope to be. I give you this ring as a symbol of my love for you. May it always be a reminder that I am always by your side and that I will always be a faithful partner to you”
 
Celebrant to Taylah “Taylah please repeat after me. Because this ring is perfectly symmetrical, it signifies the perfection of true love. As I place it on your finger, I give you all that I am and ever hope to be. I give you this ring as a symbol of my love for you. May it always be a reminder that I am always by your side and that I will always be a faithful partner to you”
 
Celebrant “Let the seamless circle of these rings become the symbol of your endless love and unending faithfulness. Your wedding rings are most special because they say that even in your uniqueness you have chosen to be bonded, to allow the presence of another human being to enhance who you are. Your rings carry a potent double message: We are individuals and yet we belong; we are not alone.
As you wear them through time, they will reflect not only who you are but also the glorious union that you are now creating”
 
More Wedding Ring exchange words – what you say to each other
 
“This ring is a token of my love. I marry you with this ring, with all that I have and all that I am Response: I will forever wear this ring as a sign of my commitment and the desire of my heart”
 
“This ring I give to you as a token of my love and devotion to you. I pledge to you all that I am and all that I will ever be as your (husband/wife)”
 
“I give you this ring as a visible and constant
symbol of my promise to be with you as long as I live”
 
“I give you this ring as a symbol of my love for you. Let it be a reminder that I am always by your side and that I will always be a faithful partner to you”
 
 
“Let this ring be a symbol of my promises to you and a reminder of my devotion to you. I am honoured this day and always to call you my (wife/husband).
 
“As a ring has no end, neither shall my love for you. I choose you to be my (wife / husband) this day and forevermore’
 
 ‘I give this ring as my gift to you so wear it and think of me while you wear it and always know that I love you”
 
“I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness. As I place it on your finger, I commit my heart and soul to you. I ask you to wear this ring as a reminder of the vows we have spoken today, our wedding day”
 
“This ring I give to you as a token of my love and devotion. I pledge to you all that I am and all that I will ever be as your (husband/wife). With this ring, I gladly marry you and join my life to yours for ever more”
 
 “Daniel please repeat after me. I Daniel give you Kayla this band of gold. To love you always, to have and to hold. To give you my love precious and true. You know that my heart is only for you. The fitting of this ring with its unending circle, symbolizes my everlasting love for you. The placing of this ring upon your finger, is the fulfillment of my dreams, to have you as my friend, my love, my partner in life to live as one forever. I promise to love, respect and honour you, I will always be there for you, with you, beside you. Let this ring be a symbol of our love, may it represent our today, our tomorrows, our future and our past. As I have given you my hands to hold, so I give you my life to keep”
 
“Today I place this ring on your finger. It symbolizes the bond that is never-ending. But when you need to know the depth of my love for you, look not to the ring, but into my heart”

 
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