Explanation of the rings
MAY I HAVE THE RINGS PLEASE:

1.
The wedding ring is a symbol of the unbroken circle of love
for love is freely given it has no beginning, and it has no end.
Once these rings are given and received, they seal the covenant 
that you have just made this day with one another.

May these rings always be a loving reminder of the ties that bind 
your hears together forever as husband and wife.


2.
MAY I HAVE THE RINGS PLEASE:

The wedding ring is the outward and visible sign of an inward 
and spiritual bond, which unites two loyal hearts in endless love. 
It is a seal of the vows 
Groom___________________ and Bride___________________ 
have made to one another. 


3.
MAY I HAVE THE RINGS PLEASE
Traditionally the exchanging of the rings is the reminder of the 
commitments we make and the promises to keep. The wedding ring is 
a symbol of the unbroken circle of love that exists between 
a man and a woman, for love is freely given and itís freely received. 

It has no beginning nor does it have an end.
Once these rings are given, they seal the covenant that each of you 
have just made this day before God and these witnesses. 
May these rings always be a loving reminder of the ties that forever 
bind your hearts together as one

Father bless this rings....


4.
MAY I HAVE THE RINGS PLEASE

The rings whith which you are about exchange are an outward symbol 
of your inward promise that each of you have made today. They are 
your constant reminders that your hearts minds and souls are
forever spoken for one to the other.

Your ring is not a ball and chain, made of cast iron. It is a 
precious metal band that has no start and no end.  The beauty of these rings 
is not in the shine but rather it is in the nicks and scratches that come 
with time.  It is the wear and tear that makes your love tested and true to 
one another.

When you are separated and lonely, the ring will always bring your hearts
close to one another. It allows you to simply turnit quietly on your finger
and wisper the words I love you, the ring will carry your words to the other.

The ring is your symbol of unity into which your two hearts and lives are now
joined in an unbroken circle in which where ever you go you will return
one to another.

May these rings always be that special reminder of your commitment that you 
both take this day to go the distance with a love that lasts the test of time.
   
Father Bless these rings....


BLESSING OF THE RINGS

A Standard Ring Blessing 1. Lord, please bless these rings, that Rachell and Jeremy are about to give to one another may they always abide in thy peace Lord. May they live together in unity, love, and in harmony This we pray, in your name Amen 2. Heavenly father, Bless these rings, that those who give them and those who wear them, may abide in peace and love. This we pray in your name Amen. 3. Bless O God these rings, which these two, who give them, and who wear them, may ever abide in thy peace. Living together in unity, love and happiness for ever more as husband and wife. Amen. More blessings can be found at the bottom of the page THE EXCHANGE OF RINGS May I please have your rings? 1. Bride___________________, I give you this ring as a reminder that all that I am, will forever be a part of you and as a symbol of my love for you as we embark on this journey together. Groom___________________, I receive this ring as a reminder and a symbol that you will always love me and be a part of me. 2. Groom___________________, I give you this ring as a reminder that all that I am, will forever be a part of you and as a symbol of my love for you as we embark on this journey together. Bride___________________, I receive this ring as a reminder and a symbol that you will always love me and be a part of me. 3. Bride___________________, as you place this ring on Groom___________________'s finger, please repeat after me, "May this ring always be a token of my growing love and devotion. With this ring, I thee wed." Groom___________________, as you place this ring on Bride___________________'s finger, please repeat after me, "May this ring always be a token of my growing love and devotion. With this ring, I thee wed." 4. Groom___________________, please repeat after me sir: Bride___________________, as I place this ring on your finger, May it always remind you of my love and may it always remind me of the precious treasure I have in you Wear this ring with joy, For your love has made me complete Bride___________________, please repeat after me: Groom___________________, as I place this ring on your finger, May it always remind you of my love and may it always remind me what a precious treasure I have in you Wear this ring with joy, For your love has made me complete MORE RING BLESSINGS & VOWS TO CHOOSE FROM 1. Bless these rings, that those who give them and those who wear them, may abide in peace and love. This ring I give you, is a sign of our constant faith and abiding love. Justly Regarded as an Emblem Will you now give and receive a ring? Bride___________________ and Groom___________________: We will. These rings of precious metal are justly regarded as an emblem of the pure and everlasting state of marriage as it is fashioned to have neither a beginning nor an end; while gold is so incorruptible that it cannot be tarnished by use or time, so may this union be in its purity and more lasting than time itself. Groom___________________, wear this ring forever, as a symbol of my love and of all that is unending. Bride___________________, wear this ring forever, as a symbol of my love and of all that is unending. 2. Bless, O Lord These Rings Minister: Bless, O Lord these rings, that those who give them and those who wear them may abide in thy peace, and continue in thy favor, until their life's end, Amen. Groom___________________, This ring I give you, as a sign of my constant faith, and abiding love. Bride___________________, This ring I give you, as a sign of my constant faith, and abiding love. 3. Groom___________________, This ring I give you, as a sign of my constant faith, and abiding love. Bride___________________, All That I Am and All That I Have 4. Bride___________________, I give you this ring as a symbol of my vow, and with all that I am, and all that I have, I honor you, in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Groom___________________, I give you this ring as a symbol of my vow, and with all that I am, and all that I have, I honor you, in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit Continue to the BLESSING AND BENIDICTION