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A Civil Ceremony can be used by couples who may not be sure of their religious convictions or who want to include non-religious poems, readings, etc. Other couples may have a private church wedding for close family and friends at a later date.
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Wedding Officiant for Civil Cermony

We are here today to celebrate with Groom and Bride an important moment in your lives. In the time that you have been together, your love and understanding has grown, matured, and now you have decided to live your lives together as husband and wife. 

Groom  and Bride’s 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.   May your Love continuously grow truer and more wonderful with each day you enjoy together. 

And now do you  Groom  take  Bride 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 Bride take Groom 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  Groom take you  Bride 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 family and friends as your loving and faithful husband. 

I  Bride take you Groom 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 family, and friends as your loving and faithful wife. 

May I have the rings please:

Rev. Ron reads:
Today I married my best friend, Our bond complete, it hath no end,
We share one soul, we share one heart, A perfect time - a perfect start.
With these rings we share together, Love so close to last forever,
This special day - two special hearts, Let nothing keep this love apart.

Forasmuch as Groom  and Bride  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 ___________ and ________ became husband and wife. (groom) You may kiss your bride.

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