Proposal Speeches & Wedding Vows

Engagements and ceremonies to remember

Getting Married?

We’ll help you ask her, and, if you like, we’ll help you write the vows as well. We can even train you to deliver it all. You, the bride and groom, can have a memory of a lifetime. A wedding engagement is worth getting right.

The Proposal

She’s beautiful. Smart. Wise. She understands you. And most importantly, you love her and she loves you.

You’ve decided to ask her to spend her life with you. Husband and wife, through sickness and health, though thick and thin.

We’ll help you be romantic, funny, work in favorite quotes, spiritual… we’ll help you make it memorable.

Whether you are asking her on bended knee or on the peak of a mountain, we can help you make it over the top.

A proposal speech can be extraordinary. You plan the day. Where will you go? Will it be a dinner? Maybe you’ve planned to ask her for her hand on a beach at sunrise.

Wedding Vows

She said yes!

Now what? Well, you plan a wedding, of course. You are engaged to be married. Say it aloud. It’s exciting, and once you start planning, it’s real.

There’s a lot to do.

If you are getting married in a church, you’ll need to speak with your pastor. They likely have a key person (or team, if it is a larger church) who will help you schedule the building and related people.

You need musicians, a reception venue, and… and… vows.

The Basics

Want to keep it simple? No worries! Here’s what every clergy has a version of in a file ready to use.

A standard vow might begin with the officiant saying:

“(his name), do you take this woman to be your wife, to live together in (holy) matrimony, to love her, to honor her, to comfort her, and to keep her in sickness and in health, forsaking all others, for as long as you both shall live?”

The man answers, “I do.”

The officiant asks the woman:

“(her name), do you take this man to be your husband, to live together in (holy) matrimony, to love him, to honor him, to comfort him, and to keep him in sickness and in health, forsaking all others, for as long as you both shall live?”

The woman answers, “I do.”

The officiant says, “Repeat after me.”

To the man:

“I, (his name), take you (her name), to be my wife, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do us part.”

To the woman:

“I, (her name), take you (his name), to be my husband, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do us part.”

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