Tisha Marie Brown

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The Wedding of Cassie & Dylan

Officiated by Tisha Marie Brown in Ohio on October 6th, 2018.

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Cassie And Dylan’s Wedding Wedding Ceremony Script

*(*(Music coming in)

*(Groom and Groomsman are already standing by Officiant)

*(Maid-of-Honor, Bridesmaids walk, they line up in order by officiant)

*(Bride comes in)

*(Bride, Groom, and father stand facing Officiant)

Officiant: We are gathered together here to join Cassie and Dylan in the union of marriage.

Officiant: This contract is not to be entered into lightly but thoughtfully and seriously, and with a deep realization of its obligations and responsibilities. Please remember that love, Loyalty, communication, trust, and understanding are the foundations of a happy and enduring home where a celebration can be made with a glass of white wine.

Officiant: Who gives Cassie away?

*(Father (grandfather) say "her mother (grandmother) and I give her away...) *

*(Bride and Groom turn to face each other)

Officiant: Dylan’s sister Kerianne would like to share a reading.

Officiant: Do you Dylan take Cassie to be your lawfully wedded Wife, to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, in good times and bad, for richer or poorer, keeping yourself unto her for as long as you both shall live? Say, "l Do".

*(Dylan says: I DO) and (Wait for Confirmation)*

Officiant: Dylan, repeat after me:

Cassie, I take you to be my wife;

To share with you the laughter;

To kiss away the tears;

And to give you all the love in my heart,

As long as we both shall live.

Officiant: Do you Cassie take Dylan to be your lawfully wedded husband, to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, in good times and bad, for richer or poorer, keeping yourself unto him for as long as you both shall live? Say, "l Do".

*(Cassie says: I DO) and (Wait for Confirmation)*

Officiant: Cassie, repeat after me:

Dylan, I take you to be my husband;

To share with you the laughter;

To kiss away the tears;

And to give you all the love in my heart,

As long as we both shall live.

Officiant: Cassie and Dylan will now exchange rings as a symbol of their love and commitment.

*{Ring Exchange)

*(Cassie places the ring on Dylan's finger) *(Cassie places the ring on Cassie’s finger)

Officiant: Dylan’s grandmother Betty would like to share a reading.

*(Wine ceremony)

Officiant: For a marriage, you are independent of each other just as you are dependent on each other, with mutual obligations building a lifelong relationship uniting as one. Just as several types of grapes create a good wine, you two will bring various features to create a great marriage.

Officiant: Cassie and Dylan should you ever find your marriage overwhelming in hardships, you are to as a couple, open this box, sit and drink the wine together, then separate and read the letters you wrote to one another when you were united as a couple in marriage.

By reading these love letters you will reflect upon the reasons you fell in love and chose to marry each other here today. The hope is, however, that you will never have a reason to open this box. And if this is the case, you are to open this box to share and enjoy on a wedding anniversary!

Officiant: Cassie and Dylan, you may now seal the box.

*(Bride and Groom seal box)

Officiant: Like good wine, a great love will deepen and mature with age. As a part of today’s ceremony, Betsy and Matt will have captured their thoughts leading up to this day in personal notes to each other.

Officiant: Dylan and Cassie’s best friend David would like to share a reading.

Officiant: Following the ceremony, you are welcome to join together in the reception area for cocktails and appetizers while pictures are being taken of the bride and groom and then they will join you shortly.

Officiant: As an honor and privilege, by the authority vested in me and the State of Ohio I now pronounce you husband and wife.

Officiant: You may kiss your bride!

*(Bride and Groom kiss)

*(Bride and Groom turn to guests)

Officiant: Mr. & Mrs. Dylan Brose

*(Music while leaving)

*{Bride and Groom walk down aisle, followed in order by Maid-of-Honor, Bridesmaids, Best Man, and

Groomsman, Officiant, and guests last)




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