Tyler Lance Chase

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Officiating ginny and jason's wedding

The Wedding of
Virgina Marie Trumble & Jason Allen Blake

Officiated by Tyler Lance Chase in Michigan on August 18th, 2018. .

ABOUT THIS WEDDING

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WEDDING PHOTOS

Virgina Marie Trumble And Jason Allen Blake’s Wedding Wedding Ceremony Script

Good afternoon everyone! Welcome, and thank you for coming to celebrate the joining of these two wonderful individuals. First, let me start by saying that I am deeply honored I am to have been asked to perform this ceremony. It is truly a privilege to be a part of this special day with you all.

Before we begin I need to ask you all to silence or turn off your phones and other devices and please put them away until the end of the ceremony. You will notice a couple running around with cameras – they are great at what they do and promise to share their photos.

With that, let’s begin.

We gather today, not to witness the beginning of what will be but rather to witness what already is. Jason & Virginia have spent years building a life, and a family together. Today, they solidify their bond by committing to each other as husband and wife.

Marriage is perhaps the greatest and most challenging adventure of human relationships. No ceremony can create your marriage; only you can do that – through love and patience; through dedication and perseverance; through talking and listening, helping and supporting and believing in each other; through tenderness and laughter; through learning to forgive, learning to appreciate your differences, and by learning to make the important things matter, and to let go of the rest.

What this ceremony can do is affirm the love you have for one another and the choice you’ve made to stand together as partners in the presence of your friends and family.

Take a moment to look at each other and remember this moment for this is the last before becoming husband and wife. For years you have been many things to each other; acquaintance, friend, boyfriend or girlfriend, fiancé, co-parent, confidant, supporter but from now and forever more you will identify the other as your husband or wife.

Two people in love do not live in isolation. We, their community of friends and family, have a responsibility to this couple. With our care, respect, and love, we can support their marriage and the family they have created together.

Will you, Ginny and Jason’s friends and family, surround them in love, offer them the joys of your friendship, and your support in their marriage? If so, respond with we will.

All: We will

It is now time for bride and groom to make their commitment to each other. We've come to the point of your ceremony where you're going to say your vows. 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. Keeping 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 the other 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.

Face each other and join hands

Ginny, do you take Jason to be your wedded husband? To love and to cherish, to comfort him, honor and keep him, in sickness and in health, forsaking all others from this moment on?

Ginny: I do.

Jason, do you take Ginny to be your wedded wife? To love and to cherish, to comfort her, honor and keep her, in sickness and in health, forsaking all others from this moment on?

Jason: I do.

Do you have the rings? – Maid of Honor-Mary Beth Trumble

These rings serve as a symbol to all that these two have committed their hearts and souls to one another, while also serving to remind the wearer of vows exchanged with their partner on this day. A circle with no end and no beginning, not stopping, not easily broken like your love.

Jason, repeat after me…

Ginny, I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness. I give you this ring and I give you my heart. I have no greater gift to give. I promise that from this day forward you will not walk alone. I promise I will do my best. I will always try. May my heart be your shelter. May my arms be your home. I feel honored to call you my wife. I’m happy to call you mine.

Ginny, repeat after me…

Jason, I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness. I give you this ring and I give you my heart. I have no greater gift to give. I promise that from this day forward you will not walk alone. I promise I will do my best. I will always try. May my heart be your shelter. May my arms be your home. I feel honored to call you my husband. I’m happy to call you mine.

My dreams came true because of you, by becoming a mother and watching you be a father. I feel that I could not love you more, but I do with each passing day. I promise to love you through all things. I will always be your biggest fan! I love you. Forever?

Jason: & Ever – he will just say this as a response unscripted. It’s our thing.

By the power of your love and commitment, and the power vested in me, I now pronounce you husband and wife! Jason, you may now kiss your bride!

I present to you now for the first time Mr. and Mrs. Jason Blake!




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