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Over 122 free sample ceremony scripts to use for your ceremony. We have wedding ceremony scripts, handfasting scripts, non-religious ceremonies, and more!

Muslim & Christian Interfaith Wedding Ceremony Script

Original wedding ceremony script for Muslim and Christian interfaith couples. This officiant script includes a heartfelt opening prayer, references to The Bible and The Quran, and an exchange of wedding vows and rings. Written by ordained AMM minister Rev. Dr. Samora Smith.

This is an original wedding ceremony script designed for interfaith couples, drawing from Muslim and Christian marriage traditions with familiar elements like a traditional exchange of wedding vows and rings and references to holy scripture. 

 

It contains an opening prayer and references to verses in The Holy Bible and The Koran (The Quran), including 1 Corinthians 13:4-5 and Surah al-Baqarah 2:187, followed by a traditional exchange of wedding vows and rings, a closing blessing from the officiant, and the official pronouncement of marriage.

 

Scroll down for more inspiration on Bible readings, Muslim wedding vows, and inspiration for modern Nikah ceremonies.

 

PROCESSION

  • Wedding ceremony begins. Guests are seated, wedding party enters.

Invocation & opening prayer

Officiant to reception

Beloved Creator, we thank you for this day and for bringing (Partner A) and (Partner B) into Divine Union. Let us all be moved to be better and kinder by what is witnessed here today, and may you always guide, bless, and protect (Partner A) and (Partner B) with a loving, healthy, and happy marriage. And So It Is.

Officiant to the Congregation

Family & Friends, As-salamu alaykum, Welcome and unto you all peace.

Love has brought us here today to celebrate one of life’s greatest moments. We are gathered here in the presence of the Divine to celebrate and witness the joining of (Partner A) and (Partner B) as they enter into the sacred union of marriage. 

This ceremony today calls upon each of us to recognize that love is our greatest unifier... the Divine spark that created each of us... the Divine spark that brings us all together. (Partner A) and (Partner B) may come from different backgrounds (and cultures), but their deep love and faith in each other is a true testament that love never fails. Today is a celebration for all of us to witness love in bloom, and (Partner A) and (Partner B) are so grateful for your love and support.

A true Spiritual union is more than an outward joining… It is a profound entrance into the mystery of creation and rebirth, as two become one. The Bible teaches us that Love is patient and kind. It always protects, it always trusts, it always hopes, and it always perseveres. The Koran says that each partner should be as garments for each other. A symbol of protection, comfort, and concealment for each other.

And so (Partner A) and (Partner B) have come here to love, accept, and embrace their differences, and to build a beautiful future together. Through this sacred union today, (Partner A) and (Partner B) have come here to join their hearts, minds, bodies, and souls, and to declare to each other, and to all of us, that they will be by each other’s side, no matter what life brings their way.

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declaration of intent

Officiant to the Couple

(Partner A), (Partner B), today, you enter into a sacred contract and make a commitment to be the best partner you can be. So I must ask:

OFFICIANT TO PARTNER A

Do you, (Partner A), take (Partner B) as your (wife/husband), joining your lives into one, do you promise to love, honor, cherish, and protect them for as long as you both shall live?  

Partner A

I Do. 

OFFICIANT TO PARTNER B

Do you, (Partner B), take (Partner A) as your (wife/husband), joining your lives into one, do you promise to love, honor, cherish, and protect them for as long as you both shall live?  

Partner B

I Do.

EXCHANGE OF WEDDING VOWS AND RINGS

Officiant to partner a

Please Repeat After Me:

I, (Partner A), take you (Partner B) to be my partner in marriage and in life, I promise to stand by your side in sickness and in health, and through challenges and success. I will love you and cherish our union for all the days of my life.

Officiant to partner b

I, (Partner B), take you (Partner A) to be my partner in marriage and in life, I promise to stand by your side in sickness and in health, and through challenges and success. I will love you and cherish our union for all the days of my life.

Officiant to the ring bearer

May we please have the Rings?

  • Ring bearer steps forward with the rings.

Officiant to the couple

From earliest times, the circle has been a symbol of completion and wholeness, and a symbol of unbroken and never-ending love. Let them always be a reminder of the commitment you make here today before everyone who loves and support your union.

officiant to partner A

(Partner A), please place the ring on (Partner B’s) finger and repeat after me:

“I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and commitment to you.”

  • Partner A places the ring on Partner B's finger and repeats the lines.

Officiant to partner B

(Partner B), please place the ring on (Partner A’s) finger and repeat after me:

“I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and commitment to you.”

  • Partner b places the ring on Partner a's finger and repeats the lines.

officiant to the couple

May these rings always reflect the light of your abiding love for each other.

PRONOUNCEMENT & first KISS

Officiant to the couple

(Partner A) and (Partner B), you have openly declared your love for each other through the sharing of vows and exchanging of rings. May your union always be the shining example that love is the true force that brings the world together, regardless of your beliefs or backgrounds.

Love is what led you to each other, and your love and devotion will keep you together. May you be blessed and protected along your journey together. As you have committed yourselves to each other in the sacred bond of marriage before (God / Allah) and before this loving community of family and friends, it is my privilege and legal right, to now pronounce you husband and wife.

You may now kiss.

  • The newlyweds kiss.

Recession

  • The ceremony ends

 

 

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