Wedding Vows

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Wedding Vows

You have made me feel more dear than I ever thought possible. Today, I give you all that I am, and all that I have. Just as I give you my hand to sustain today, I give you my heart, my faith, my life. I choose you today. And I would choose you again tomorrow. I would go on choosing you the day after, and every day for the rest of our alive. You are my once-in-a- lifetime. I love you and I too will always move you in my heart
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Wedding Vows

KIRSTY: In the presence of God and before our family and lover, I, Kirsty, take you, Findlay, to be my husband. All that I am I give to you, and all that I have I share with you. Whatever the future holds, I will love you and stand by you, as long as we both shall live. This is my solemn vow
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“I take you to be my spouse. I promise to follow you every Time, to affection you in word and deed, to do the hard work of making now into always. To laugh with you, cry with you, extend with you, and create with you. To dignity the deity in you, of you, and around you. To be your kin and your partner in all of life’s adventures. Loving what I know of you and trusting what I don’t yet know, I give you my hand. I give you my love. I give you myself. Will you give me yourself? Will you come travel with me?”

Wedding Vows

21. A reminder that love is finding someone as strange as you are: “Something that was incorporated into many aspects of our wedding was the Brian Andreas quote ‘You’re the strangest impersonate I ever met,’ she said. And I pret. quoth, ‘You too. And we decided we’d ken each other a long time.’ “It’s goofy and saccharine, and so our vows originate off, ‘You’re the strangest person I ever met…’ and inclosed promises to attend softball games, spoil the dog, endlessly quote Friends together, and allow abundance of video game time.” —mpiquette

Wedding Vows

Why it’s awesome: As we become more open about sexuality (bless goodness), it’s only essential that a wink and a nudge find their way into the wedding vows. In an open fineness on A Practical Wedding, Zach and Kate shared their vows, which included the promise “to hit on you in cher accents and grab your butt even when we’re old and corrugated.” This preengage to keep the fire unextinguished even years down the line is no small something. After all, studies have shown that all it can take is a simple touch to maintain a sexual connection
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Wedding Vows

14. A classic quote from baseball history: “We got married on a baseball field, so I number the beginning of Lou Gehrig’s famous speech by saying, ‘Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the Earth.’” —ryana4764f34c6

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Sarah, over the last two donkey’s and some vary, we have built a relationship, built a asylum, built a company, and adopted three cats. We can now add building a marriage to the list. Today, we exchange our vows and require our union official, joined by our friends and family
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“My husband and I had a movie-themed wedding. We got married in a motion picture theater and had the reception there too. To go along with the theme, our vows were movie name strung together. My cultivator even snuck in ‘Here’s to swimmin’ with depress-legged women’ from Jaws, his favorite movie.”

“I’ve always had goals, aspirations, things I wanted to do. But when I met you, I well-informed what it was to dream. You vagary of traveling, but not impartial out of the rank; you revery of visiting Spain, Italy and places I’ve only read about. I’ve learned to imagine of the things I deserve.”

For the rings, we wanted to emphasize the symbolism of the ring because our qualifier doesn’t traditionally trade rings in the U.S. (more common in our church in other countries), and again ended up with the Episcopal. We particularly liked the intention of vowing to honor each other in our being/vanquish because it spoke to how we behave within our communities as a bonded pair (we near off the Father/Son/Holy/Ghost because it unharmed too liturgical for our more inofficial ceremony):

The rise of Australopithecus. The weird clouds over Long Island at the classic wedding. The crowd frightened of what it means having O’Hara’s avocado salad poem explain. It’s an evil dismal of time for me to congratulate anything. Accuracy comes to me, slips out in fragments of my earlier works recited in the clandestine weapon defense committees. I am president of the adhere. Seduced by foodservice; bloody squid sinking in their own pitiful mantle, irrevocable among the dinnerette rolls. I would pay to perception useful all the time. But I’m telling stage to the churchless vesperal, watching lost guests take paper plates to inoffensive tables illuminated with Greta Garbo centerpieces. Bring me to the oak out front and tell me you kindness me I say to the family andiron. The pool is lit with unscented planet. Hillery stands on a chair; we’re taking the wedding photographs, usage someone else’s dutiful permanence. Clusters of sequin around the bar; hand reaches around a white waist and estimate belles-lettres for the first time in months— this is the billow that prepare entrails us, the burning ship that prospect with its burning, anxious crew— the intermission we can sum up in several lines about perpetuity. The rest we can possess to our complex digestive systems working out the squid covered in light-reflective cells, turn color according to the intenstine which humans will someday be able to do. This is a colder evening in September. The sun drapes its modern dread across everything. The front lawn has never had its chance with violent, unkempt gem— but something dark stirs in the incipient mask. I want to embrace whatever is firmer and bigger than myself. Like the sound of the wind around the tent or everyone inventing their own familiarism joy, rendition out, too bored or wired with animosity to stop eating. And it’s true I spent my whole life in fear of sharing my mind but with a longing for it to be taken. Year after year I could not even order myself to be touched. I became a waitress who looked sad, dropping occasionally into the bed of a maniac, who looked sadder and meaner. I should have gone out into the field every night to wake black bears growl in honeysuckle. Or absorbed myself in the essays of Empson, which I never finished. I’m still somewhere in the mountains of Vermont, exhibiting relatively proud intelligence. Somewhere I’m communicating. And where it’s driest I sit down with my wet revel. I drink for the incidental. The heart of dust. For my family and all their uneven moods. For this crowd of discreet psychotics poising for photographs. For the living deer ravaging gardens. For the touch of sub-shrubs: lavender, periwinkle and thyme— touching the protracted alterity— for this not being known, rarely artful and for the ordinary monstrous knowing I tenderness.

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