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Mandy Renee Palmer

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The Wedding of Brittany Marie Powell & Brandon Curtis Powell

Officiated by Mandy Renee Palmer at Douglas County Courthouse in Douglasville, Georgia on December 3rd, 2018. Witnessed by Brides Mother and Troy Palmer-officiant's spouse.

ABOUT THIS WEDDING

"Bride and Groom were re-marrying before he was deployed. "

Mandy Renee Palmer

WEDDING PHOTOS

Brittany Marie Powell And Brandon Curtis Powell’s Wedding Wedding Ceremony Script

Brandon and Brittany Powell

"Dearly Beloved, we are gathered together here to join Brittany Marie Powell and Brandon Curtis Powell in the spiritual union of marriage. Version 2.0. With lifetime remix included 😊. 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, and understanding are the foundations of a happy and enduring home."

I found a quote that said….

“A good relationship is when two people accept each other’s past, support each other’s present, and love each other enough to support each other’s future. So don’t rush love. Find a partner who encourages you to grow, who won’t cling to you, who will let you go out into the world, and trust that you will come back. Love doesn’t mean being inseparable; it means being separated and nothing changes.” You stand here today before each other and your family to confirm that this is what you have found.

-Now you will reunite and begin a new chapter in your lives together.

“Do you Brandon, take Brittany, to be your wedded wife, to love, honor, and cherish, to have and to hold? Will you stay with her for better or worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, from this day forward?

“I Do”

“Do you Brittany, take Brandon, to be your wedded husband, to love, honor, and cherish, to have and to hold? Will you stay with him for better or worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, from this day forward?

“I Do”

“Do you have your rings?”

“Rings are made of precious metal, but that same metal is also made precious by wearing them. 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.”

“Brandon, please take Brittany’s left hand and repeat after me. “With this ring, I join my life to yours.”

“Brittany, please take Brandon’s left hand and repeat after me. “With this ring, I join my life to yours.”

Pronouncement:

To make your relationship work will take love.

It will take trust, to know, that in your hearts, you truly want what is best for each other.

It will take dedication, to stay open to one another - and to learn and grow together. It will take faith, to go forward together, without knowing what the future holds.

Marriage is the most challenging adventure in relationships. No ceremony can create a relationship that does not already exist or had not already been acknowledged through the commitments you have made to each other.

You have made your intentions known and exchanged rings to symbolize your commitment to one another.

By the power vested in me by the State of Georgia and the American Marriage Ministries, I now pronounce you husband and wife.

You may kiss the bride!

Please face that way---It is my honor and privilege to introduce to you the reclaimed Mr. and Mrs. Powell!

Blessing:

Bless their marriage, O God, as they begin their journey down the road of life together. We don't know what lies ahead for the road turns and bends. But help them to make the best of whatever comes their way.

Help them to continue to enjoy each other as they did when they first met. Help them to realize that nothing nor no one is perfect and to look for the good in all things and all people including themselves.

Help them to respect each other's likes and dislikes, opinions and beliefs, hopes and dreams and fears even though they may not always understand them.

Help them to learn from each other and to help each other to grow mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.

Help them to realize that no matter what happens to them they will hold on to each other and know that things have a way of working out for the good.

Help them to create for their children a peaceful, stable home of love as a foundation on which they can build their lives.

But most of all, dear God, help them to keep lit the torch of love' that they now share so that by their loving example they may pass on the light of love to their children and to their children's children forever.

Amen (www.greatofficiants.com)

Prayer:

Dear Lord, We have come before you this day to give thanks for the love you have shared with these two people. We ask that you help (groom) and (bride) to always remember when they first met and to remember the strong love that grew between them. To work that love into practical things so nothing can divide them. Please help them find words both kind and loving and hearts always ready to ask forgiveness as well as able to forgive. Dear Lord, we put this marriage into your hands. Amen. (www.theradianttouch.com




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