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This type of ceremony is for couples who want to include God in their ceremony but not a specific religion. The families of the bride and groom may have different religious beliefs and to honor both families they most often choose the non-denominational ceremony. Below is an example of my non-denominational wedding ceremony, but remember as you design the ceremony you will add elements that reflect your personal beliefs, traditions and values. To help you design your personal vows,  please review my ceremony outline which shows you where optional readings and vows can be placed.  
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What is a Non-denominational Wedding Ceremony

We are here today to celebrate with Tom and Marie an important moment in their lives. In the time that they have been together, their love and understanding of each other has grown, matured, and now they have decided to live their lives together as husband and wife. 

Love is not meant to be and cannot be the possession of one person alone. True love serves as a source of common energy, as a fount from which you both draw sustenance to live your lives with creative courage. Let your love give you the strength to stand apart so that you may each seek out your unique destinies and make your special contributions to the world. 

On behalf of Tom and Marie I would like to welcome you to this joyous celebration. Today we’ve come together to celebrate the special Love that exists between Tom and Marie and their desire to make their Love eternal through the commitment marriage.  When two people promise with Love in their hearts to share the adventure of life, it is a beautiful moment that they and all of us who are present today will always remember. Tom and Marie, you are entering into marriage because you want to be together. You are marrying because you know you will grow more in happiness and Love more fully as life-mates. You will belong entirely to each other, one in mind, one in heart, and in all things. No greater blessing of happiness can come to you than to have this devoted Love, which you now publicly avow. Keep this understanding of your marriage alive in the days ahead. May your Love continuously grow truer and more wonderful with each day you enjoy together. 

The Apostle Paul says in I Cor. “Love is patient, love is kind, love is gentle. Love does not know hate or anger. Love does not brag or boast. But real love believes all things, hopes all things and bears all things. Believe in God and believe in each other and real love will never fail you. 

And now do you Tom take  Marie to be your wife? Do you promise to love and cherish her in sickness and in health, in prosperity or adversity so long as you both shall live?

And do you Marie take Tom to be your husband? Do you promise to love and cherish him in sickness and in health, in prosperity or adversity so long as you both shall live?

I Tom take you Marie to be my wife. I promise to remember what we have discovered in each other; To accept the discoveries and treasures of growing together. I stand before you in the presence of God, family and friends as your loving and faithful husband. 

I Marie take you Tom to be my husband. I promise to remember what we have discovered in each other; to accept the discoveries and treasures of growing together. I stand before you in the presence of God, family, and friends as your loving and faithful wife. 
I hold in my hand the rings which are a token of your love and faith that you have in each other. It represents a circle, a never ending circle of love. The rings are an important symbol they are made of precious metals and diamonds and if you care for these properly they will last a lifetime. You have promised to stay together the rest of your lives. Don’t let anything separate you one from the other. Always walk together side by side, hand in hand, supporting each other. As your rings are made to last a lifetime, so is your love one for another. May these rings serve as a daily reminder of the vows you have shared with each other this day.

Tom : Place the ring on her left hand, ring finger and repeat after me:  With this ring I take you to be my wife. I promise to love you, and only you. I promise to protect you, comfort you and to always be your best friend. And I promise from this day forward you will never walk alone.

Marie: Place the ring on his left hand, ring finger and repeat after me: With this ring I take you to be my husband. I promise to love you, and only you. I promise to protect you, comfort you and to always be your best friend. And I promise from this day forward you will never walk alone.

Let us pray: Heavenly Father, I present to you Tom and Marie, they have come here to become husband and wife. I pray for a blessing on their marriage and their life together. May there home be filled with love, joy and peace I pray. Amen

Forasmuch as Tom and Marie  have consented together in this marriage ceremony, having been witnessed this day, and by the authority given unto me by the State of California, I hereby declare that on the _____ day of _________, in the year 2012 Tom and Marie became  husband and wife. Tom, You may kiss your bride. 

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