Justice of the Peace | Cape Cod

 

 

Justice Annie Hart Cool
250 Fire Tower Road
West Falmouth, Ma 02574
508-868-0664

Annie@CoolCapeCodWeddings.com

 

Ceremony & Vows

 

Vow 1

 

Love is a respect for the preciousness and worth of a person. Love gives and love receives. Love cannot live within itself. lt must be nurtured with a mutual and ultimate sharing a giving and a taking. Love is the noblest passion a man or a woman can feel, for it surpasses all lesser desires. Love is precious because it is an ethical commitment to another, which honors the duties of the promises made here, not only from a sense of obligation, but from the depths of the truest sentiment we can enjoy.


It is out of resonance (meaning) between individuality and union, that love, whose incredible strength is matched only by its incredible fragility, is born
and reborn.

Will you please face each other and join hands?

I will you take I whose hands you hold, choosing her alone to be your wedded wife? Will you live with her in the state of true matrimony? Will you love her, comfort her, through good times and bad, in sickness and in health, honor her at all times, and be faithful to her?

I, will you take this !, whose hands you hold, choosing him alone to be your wedded husband? will you live with him in the state of true matrimony? will you love him, comfort him, through good times and bad, in sickness and in health, honor him at all times, and be faithful to him?

May I have the rings?

Bless these rings, that each gives, receives, and wears as a token of your affection, sincerity and fidelity to one another.


Let these rings be given and received as a token.

 

Vow 2
Love is a respect for the preciousness and worth of a person. Love gives and love receives. Love cannot live within itself. lt must be nurtured with a mutual and ultimate sharing, a giving and a taking. Love is the noblest passion a man or a woman can feel, for it surpasses all lesser desires. Love is precious because it is an ethical commitment to another, which honors the duties of the promises made here, not only from a sense of obligation but from the depths of the truest sentiment we can enjoy.

It is out of resonance (meaning) between individuality and union, that love,  whose incredible strength is matched only by its incredible fragility, is born and reborn.

Will you please face each other and join hands?

I will you take I whose hands you hold, choosing her alone to be your wedded wife? Will you live with her in the state of true matrimony? Will you love her, comfort her, through good times and bad, in sickness and in health, honor her at all times, and be faithful to her?

I, will you take this l, whose hands you hold, choosing him alone to be your wedded husband? Will you live with him in the state of true matrimony? Will you love him, comfort him, through good times and bad' in sickness and in health, honor him at all times, and be faithful to him?

May I have the rings?

Bless these rings, that each gives, receives, and wears as a token of your affection, sincerity and fidelity to one another.

Let these rings be given and received as a token.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vow 3
The step which you are about to take is the most important into which human beings can come. lt is a union of two people founded upon mutual respect and affection. Your lives will change, your responsibilities will increase, but your joy will be multiplied if you are sincere and earnest with your pledge to one another.


l, I, choose you I to be my wife, to love and cherish, from this day forward, and there to pledge you my faith. And with this ring, I thee wed. Let it ever be to us a symbol of our love.

l, -----, choose you -----, to be my husband, to love and to cherish, from this day forward, and there to pledge you my faith. With this ring, I thee wed. Let it ever be to us a symbol of our love.

Let no man or women tear asunder what fate, God, and Love hath joined this day.
In as much as you, --, and you --, have consented together to this union of marriage, and you have pledged your faith to each other here in my presence and the presence of family and friends, now by the authority vested in me as Justice of the Peace for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, I now announce that you are Husband and Wife!

You may kiss your bride!

Ladies and Gentleman, Family and Friends, I introduce you to Mr. & Mrs.

 

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