Jake Eugene Fletchall

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The Wedding of
Derrick Thomas Duncan & Madison Brooke Patterson

Officiated by Jake Eugene Fletchall in Kansas on November 10th, 2018. .


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Derrick Thomas Duncan And Madison Brooke Patterson’s Wedding Wedding Ceremony Script

Dearly beloved,

We are gathered together on this day, to witness and celebrate the marriage of DERRICK THOMAS DUNCAN & MADISON BROOKE PATTERSON. We come together, not to mark the start of a relationship, but to acknowledge and strengthen a bond that already exists. This ceremony is a public affirmation of that bond, and as their dearest family and friends, it is with honor and privilege to stand witness to this event.

Derrick and Madison thank all of you for your presence here today. They ask for your blessing, encouragement and lifelong support, for their marriage and life shared together. They would like to take a moment of silence to remember those loved ones who could not be here to share in this moment.


Let us pray: Lord, we thank you for gathering everyone here today. We ask that you help Derrick and Madison to remember the strong love that they share. To work that love into practical things so that nothing can divide them. May their love always inspire them to be kind in their words, considerate of each other’s feelings, and concerned for each other’s needs and wishes. Increase their faith and trust in you. Bless their marriage with peace and happiness, both here and into eternity. Amen.


Seeing that no moment is without meaning, we ask that you take this marriage as a beginning of your lives together. Today signifies the creation of a new home, and a new family for you both. May you be fulfilled by each other’s love and friendship. May you be overjoyed by the promises you are about to make, and the life together you will create.

Remember that in every marriage, there are good times, and bad. Times of joy, and times of sorrow. Marriage is a journey; a time of adventure and excitement, enhanced by the love, trust, dedication, and faith you share in each other.

May the promises you make to one another today, be lived out to the end of your days. Tomorrow can bring you the greatest of joys, but today is where it all begins.

Derrick and Madison, do you, with your family and friends as your witness, present yourselves willingly and of your own accord to be joined in marriage?

(we do)

Will you promise to care for each other in the joys and sorrows in life, come what may, and to share the responsibility for growth and enrichment of your life together?

(we do)

Now the bride and groom will exchange their vows



Groom please repeat after me:

I (Derrick/Madison), take you (Madison/Derrick), to be my wedded wife/husband. I give to you, in the presence of these witnesses, my promise, to stay by your side, in sickness and in health, in joy and in sorrow, through good times and bad. I promise to love you without reservation, comfort you in times of distress, encourage you to achieve all your goals, laugh with you and cry with you, grow with you in mind and spirit, always be open and honest with you, and cherish you, for as long as we both shall live.

Bride please repeat after me: ^


For thousands of years, men and women have exchanged rings as a token of their vows. Let these rings be a sign that your love has a past, a present, and a future.

Derrick, place Madison’s ring on her finger and repeat after me:

I give you this ring, as a sign that I choose you, to be my wife, my partner, and my best friend, to the end of my days.

Madison, place Derrick’s ring on his finger and repeat after me:

I give you this ring, as a sign that I choose you, to be my wife, my partner, and my best friend, to the end of my days.

The love already shared by your hearts, has been strengthened by the vows you have taken, and the rings you now have exchanged.


Derrick and Madison, we have heard your promise to share your lives in marriage. In the honesty and sincerity of what you have said and done here today, and in accordance with the laws of the state of Kansas, it is my honor to declare you husband and wife.

You may now share your first kiss as husband and wife.

Friends and family, it is with great honor, that I introduce to you, for the first time anywhere, Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Duncan!!


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