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Complete Renewal of Vows Ceremony

A wedding is a celebration of falling in love and beginning a marriage. A Renewal of Vows is a celebration of staying  in love and staying married.

As Robert and Anne have already found, in every marriage more than a week old, there are grounds for divorce. What they've found is their own grounds for marriage.

And just as we celebrate our successes - whatever they might be - so today, Robert and Anne are celebrating their achievement in being successful at marriage. 

Today, on this, their wedding anniversary, Robert and Anne take the opportunity, to  rededicate themselves to each other, celebrating what they've accomplished and looking ahead to what they still want to do with their lives.

They have invited you, their relatives and friends, to share with them this celebration. Many of you of you were present five years ago when Robert and Anne exchanged their wedding vows. 

In the past five years you have been part of their lives because by your thoughts, your feelings and your acts towards them, you have strengthened their vows. your presence today is an affirmation that you will continue to take interest in their marriage.

Robert:
We give thanks for all that we've been privileged to experience this past five years - for both the good and the bad, the happy, the sad, the discouraging and the exhilarating.

Anne:
We give thanks for the support given to us when our days were troubled, and the sharing of our joys when times were good.

Robert:
As we enter this new year of our marriage,  let us grow in wisdom from mistake we make, in patience from the sorrows we endure, in perseverance from the disappointments we meet, in strength from the trials we face an in joy from the pleasures we are privileged to experience.

Anne:
As we walk hand in hand may our capacity increase in the love, compassion, and understanding we need to make this new year in our marriage not only a year in which we can continue to lovingly minister to each other, but also a year when we can build an inspiring legacy to pass on to all those who choose to follow the path of married life.

Renewing Wedding Vows
Robert:
Five years ago, I, Robert, took you, Anne, to be my lawful wife, to have and to hold, from that day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health. Today, I re-affirm that vow.

Anne:
Five years ago, I, Anne, took you, Robert, to be my lawful husband, to have and to hold, from that day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health. Today, I re-affirm that vow.

Exchanging the Wedding Rings

Warming the Rings
The wedding rings are passed among all the guest and as they hold them they give their personal blessing before husband and wife exchange them.

Celebrant:
These ring, now warmed by those you love the most, will forever show the world you are one, and they carry with them the eternal love and blessing of your families and friends.

Robert:
With this ring I pledge my continual love for you.

Anne:
With this ring I pledge my continual love for you.

Celebrant:
May that special love you now share continue to grow and blossom in the years to come and be sustained by the Divine, by family and friends, and by the commitment you make again today.

May you find in each other companionship as well as love; understanding as well as compassion; challenge as well as agreement.

May the home in which you live continue to be an island where the pressures of the world can be sorted out and brought into focus; where tensions can be released and understood; where personal needs do not tower over concerns for other and where the warmth of humour and love puts crisis into perspective.

Above all, may you find an even richer joy in living, learning, and loving together.

Sample Ceremonies Index

 


Books and certificates that will help you plan a great Renewal of Wedding Vows Ceremony

Renewal of Wedding Vows

24 Complete Ceremonies (8 Renewal of Vows, 8 Naming Ceremonies, 8 Commitment Ceremonies)

600 Readings - Wedding, Baby Naming, House Blessing, Funeral

25 Different Marriage Vows Renewal Certificates

 

 

 

 

 

Sample Ceremonies and Readings

 

Sample Ceremonies

Sample Readings and Poems

 

Renewal of Vows

Explaining the Renewal of Vows Ceremony

Steps in the Renewal of Vows Ceremony

Renewal of Vows Ceremony Samples

Readings and Poems

25 Renewal of Vows Certificates

Renewal of Vows Book

24 Complete Ceremonies

600 Readings

Celebrating Love's Special Moments

Celebrating Wedding Anniversaries   

Fees

 

Commitment Ceremony

Commitment of Vows Explanation

How to compile a Commitment Ceremony

Sample Commitment Ceremony

Commitment Vows Book

24 Complete Ceremonies

600 Readings

25 Commitment Certificates

 

Baby Naming Ceremony Steps

Introduction

Rose petal shower

Parents' Promises

Grandparents' Promises

Godparents' Promises

Blessings 

Candle Lighting

Closing

 

Baby Naming Ceremony

Arranging Baby Naming

Understanding Baby Naming 

Planning the Ceremony

Baby Naming Ceremony Steps

Naming Ceremony Options

Fees

 

Arranging a Wedding

Legal marriage requirements 

Arranging a marriage

Arranging marriage from overseas

An Australian and overseas partner

Locating Lost Documents

Name change by Bride

Name change by Groom 

Legal Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Ceremony Options

Information about Marriage

Fees 

Code of Practice

Wedding Style

Wedding in a Hurry

Home Wedding

Backyard Wedding

Just the Two of You Wedding

Public Gardens Wedding

Beach Wedding

Formal Wedding

Vineyard Wedding

Evening Wedding

Club Wedding

Restaurant Wedding

Ceremony and Reception Wedding

Boat Wedding

Standing on the Quay Wedding

Surprising the Guests Wedding

Elopement Wedding

Any Day of the Week Wedding

Indoor Wedding

Outdoor Wedding

Weddings with Children

Theme Weddings

Chapel Weddings

Sand Blending Wedding

Wedding followed by Naming

Wedding on Redcliffe Peninsula

Wedding Ceremony Options

Bride's Entrance

Wedding Ceremony Introduction

 

Candle Lighting for Bride and Groom

 

Giving Away the Bride and Groom

 

Wedding Ceremony involving Children

 

Dedication to the Parents of the Bride and Groom

 

Handfasting Ritual

 

Wedding Ceremony Readings

 

Vows of Affirmation

 

Wedding Vows

 

Wedding Ring Ceremony

 

Rose Wedding Ceremony

 

Bride and Groom Sand Unity Ceremony

 

Thirteen Coins, thirteen Blessings

 

Sharing Bread and Wine

 

Wedding Ceremony Conclusion

 

Wedding Blessings

 

Wedding Ceremony Blessing of Hands

 

Wedding Doves and Butterflies

 

Bride and Groom Sharing a Cup of Wine

 

Engagement Ring

 

Wedding Wishing Shell

 

 

Wedding Venues

 

Wedding in a Chapel

 

Wedding at a Club

 

Wedding in a Hotel

 

Wedding in a Function Centre

 

Wedding in a Park

 

Wedding at a Beach

 

Wedding Resources

 

Wedding Resources Book

 

Twenty Complete Wedding Ceremonies Book

 

600 Readings Book