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English Wedding Vows

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Wedding vows in English: Innumerable versions to choose from, and the following is the traditional Church version on which most others are based.

Traditional English Wedding Vows:

  • Vows from the groom to the bride:

    Minister:

    Do you (groom's name),
    take this woman, to be your wedded wife,
    to have and to hold from this day forward,
    for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer,
    in sickness and in health,
    to love and to cherish 'til death do you part
    according to God's holy ordinance.
    And thereto to her you plight your troth?

    Groom:

    I do
  • Vows from the bride to the groom:

    Minister:

    Do you (bride's name),
    take this man, to be your wedded husband,
    to have and to hold from this day forward,
    for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer,
    in sickness and in health,
    to love and to cherish 'til death do you part
    according to God's holy ordinance.
    And thereto to him you plight your troth?

    Bride:

    I do
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