Vows are precious words from the heart of one person to the heart of another. Ring vows relate to your mrriage or commitment rings. No matter how simple or how complex your ring vows are they should reflect you, the things that are important to you, your values, your hopes dreams and desires for one another and for your journey of a committed life partnership or married life together.
They are personal and sincere; can be romantic and are said by one person to another. Rings are often given as wedding gifts by the couple to each other or by partners in a commitment ceremony.
Personal and ring vows are often the part of a ceremony we remember most about a marriage, renewal or reaffirmation of vows, commitment or gay wedding ceremony. And like personal vows they are emotionally and spiritually binding.
Ring vows can be traditional or nontraditional vows. They can be a blend of both. They can be simple, meaningful vows or even a little practical. For example "..........not to be worn at work!"
Are yours to be marriage ring vows, commitment or gay wedding vows? Are you renewing or reaffirming your wedding vows and are looking for inspiration for your ring vows?
If you are writing your personal vows and ring vows, need inspiration, looking for something a little bit different or even traditional ring vows this collection of examples, many of them original will be invaluable to you.
They both reach and speak from the heart.
Your ring vows accompany the love you intend to sustain, of promises you intend to keep. As you speak these words, you are making yourself accountable through intention to yourself and your partner or spouse, to live, love and behave in a certain way for a specified time.
Like personal vows, ring vows can and should also be meaningful, should reflect your beliefs and promises to one another.
Vows can be spoken by the couple themselves or spoken by the celebrant or officiant and simply acknowledged by the couple.If ring vows are personalized, they are almost always read or recited by the couple.
At the appropriate time in the ceremony, named the Ring Ceremony, it is usual for the couple to be standing facing one another holding hands. The ring vows are said as ring/s are placed on the finger.
"The Ring Ceremony" within your marriage or commitment ceremony can also be accompanied by Ring Rituals, for example, Ring Warming and Blessing Ceremony or Rings on a Ribbon.
Personalized vows written by the bride and groom or gay partners are often different.
Simply copy and paste.........
From the 50 ring vows in the ebook, simply copy and paste into your ceremony, complete ring vows or any ideas or themes you really like and reflect you both. The ring vows may be adapted or used just as they are.
Because we are unique individuals you may add your own very personal promises as well. Only you know what is important to yourselves and to each other. To get those special meaningful words you'd love to have into your ring vows, pretend you are having an intimate conversation with your partner about giving rings to each other, what would you be saying?
This is your one chance to declare your solemn intentions to the one person in the world who matters most to you. Along with your personal vows, make your ring vows really, really special...you will both remember them forever.
“........the act of giving and receiving of rings reminds us that love itself is an act of giving and receiving, the utmost that life has to offer. “
“Your rings represent an inward belief and trust in togetherness and an outward sign of commitment, signifying to all, the bond of marriage the ...........”.
“..........I offer you an open hand and an open heart and as a symbol of this I give you this ring promising to love and respect you in every way, to be honest and faithful to you in mind, body and spirit for .............”
“............we will now participate in the ancient Celtic tradition of blessing and warming of the wedding rings. After holding the rings momentarily, will you please pass them to the next person.”
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I’m Elizabeth Gray, a popular celebrant who gained a Diploma of Marriage Celebrancy at the International College of Celebrants in Melbourne, Victoria in 2003.
I found that working as a celebrant very rewarding and I feel I have privileged to be part pf peoples lives at times of celebration and healing.
I am excited about being able to share my experiences with you so that you can create a very personal celebration of your own.
Look forward to assisting you, and wish you well on your special occasion!