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Kelli Kathleen Boyer

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Talbott/Silva Wedding

The Wedding of Thomas Allen Talbott & Robin Quinn Silva

Officiated by Kelli Kathleen Boyer at Ormond Beach in Ormond Beach, Florida on October 11th, 2021. Witnessed by Brendalee and Jonathan.

ABOUT THIS WEDDING

"This was the most personal wedding yet as Robin is my cousin, by heart, not blood. She fought Leukemia twice as well as breast cancer. No one deserves more love than she. Tom is amazing and adores her. I was honored to be a part of their special day. "

Kelli Kathleen Boyer

WEDDING PHOTOS

Thomas Allen Talbott And Robin Quinn Silva’s Wedding Wedding Ceremony Script

SILVA/TALBOTT WEDDING

PROCESSIONAL

Patti to place runner down the aisle before Processional.

Patti to prepare music for Processional.

Officiant (Kelli), Thomas and Jonathan will walk down the aisle in that order

Robin will walk down the aisle with Faith and Brenda

INVOCATION

Officiant -

Welcome. Please be seated.

First, I’d like to begin by welcoming everyone and thanking each and every one of you for being here on this most happy of days. It’s no accident that each of you are here today, and each of you were invited to be here because you represent someone important in the individual and collective lives of Thomas and Robin.

I truly can’t think of a better venue than the ocean for an occasion that I know is not only monumental for the wedded-couple-to-be, but for all of us who are lucky to know and love them as individuals; but even more so as a perfect pairing.

The most remarkable moment in life is when you meet the person who makes you feel complete. The person who makes the world a beautiful and magical place. The person with whom you share a bond so special that it transcends normal relationships and becomes something so pure and so wonderful, that you can’t imagine spending another day of your life without them.

Robin and I may not be family by blood however to me she is my cousin. She has been in my life since I was born. There were some years we were not in touch but the universe (and Goliath) put us back together. I am so very grateful to have her in my life and so incredibly grateful to be here to perform this ceremony.

I have gotten to know Thomas quite well over the past few years. He is a wonderfully caring person, who loves Robin with his whole heart. You can see it in his eyes when he looks at her. He has stood by her side during some very difficult times so I know he will be by her side for all the good times ahead as well.

SAND CEREMONY

Jon and Brenda will move the table with sand and bottles in front of altar area in center

Robin and Tom will sit for the Sand Ceremony

Officiant –

Today, this relationship is symbolized through the pouring of these two individual containers of sand.

One representing you Tom and all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever be and the other representing you Robin and all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever be.

As these two containers of sand are poured into the third container, the individual containers of sand will no longer exist, but will be joined together as one.

Just as these grains of sand can never be separated and poured again into the individual containers, so you will go forth as one.

Once completed, Jon and Brenda will move the table to the side and remove chairs.

Thomas and Robin will now stand again at the altar.

BLESSING OF THE HANDS

Officiant -

These are the hands of your best friend,

Young, strong and full of love for you,

That are holding you on your wedding day, as you promise to love each other today, tomorrow and forever

These are the hands that will work alongside yours, as together you build your future.

These are the hands that will passionately love you and cherish you through the years, and with the slightest touch, will comfort you like no other.

These are the hands that will hold you when fear or grief fills your mind.

These are the hands that will countless times wipe the tears from your eyes, tear of sorrow and tears of joy.

These are the hands that will help you to hold your family as one.

These are the hands that will give you strength when you need it.

And lastly, these are the hands that even when wrinkled and aged, will still be reaching for yours, still giving you the same unspoken tenderness with just a touch.

VOW EXCHANGE

Officiant:

We've come to the point of your ceremony where you're going to say your vows to one another. But before you do that, I ask you to remember that love—which is rooted in faith, trust, and acceptance— will be the foundation of an abiding and deepening relationship. No other ties are more tender, no other vows more sacred than those you now assume. If you are able to keep the vows you take here today, not because of any religious or civic law, but out of a desire to love and be loved by another person fully, without limitation, then your life will have joy and the home you establish will be a place in which you both will find the direction of your growth, your freedom, and your responsibility. Please now read the vows you have written for each other.

Thomas and Robin will read their vows

Support of Community

Officiant -

Two people in love do not live in isolation. Their love is a source of strength with which they may nourish not only each other but also the world around them. And in turn, we, their community of friends and family, have a responsibility to this couple. By our steadfast care, respect, and love, we can support their marriage and the new family they are creating today.

Officiant: Will everyone please rise. Will you who are present here today, surround Thomas and Robin in love, offering them the joys of your friendship, and supporting them in their marriage?

All: We will

DECLARATION OF INTENT

Officiant:

Thomas, do you take Robin to be your wife?

Do you promise to love, honor, cherish, and protect her, forsaking all others, and holding only unto her forevermore?

[“I do.”]

And Robin, do you take Thomas to be your husband?

Do you promise to love, honor, cherish, and protect him, forsaking all others, and holding only unto him forevermore?

[“I do.”]

RING EXCHANGE

Jonathan Sangas – hold both rings

Officiant:

Thomas and Robin will now exchange rings as a symbol of love and commitment to each other. Rings are a precious metal; they are also made precious by you wearing them. Your wedding rings are special; they enhance who you are. They mark the beginning of your long journey together. Your wedding ring is a circle—a symbol of love never ending. It is the seal of the vows you have just taken to love each other without end.

Thomas, please place the ring on Robin’s left hand and repeat after me:

As a sign of my love

[“As a sign of my love”]

That I have chosen you

[That I have chosen you”]

Above all else

[“Above all else”]

With this ring, I thee wed.

[“With this ring, I thee wed.”]

And Robin, please place the ring on Thomas’ left hand and repeat after me:

As a sign of my love

[“As a sign of my love”]

That I have chosen you

[That I have chosen you”]

Above all else

[“Above all else”]

With this ring, I thee wed.

[“With this ring, I thee wed.”]

PRONOUNCEMENT

Officiant:

And now by the power vested in me by American Marriage Ministries and the state of Florida, it is my honor and delight to declare you married. Go forth and live each day to the fullest. You may seal this declaration with a kiss.

[Kiss]

I am so pleased to present Thomas and Robin Talbott

Now kiss and go celebrate!

RECESSIONAL

Thomas and Robin walk down the aisle followed by wedding party and Officiant last

Patti to prepare music for 1st dance

Robin and Tom to have 1st dance as married couple in the gazebo

Michelle will undecorated and clean up gazebo




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