Here is the part in which everyone walks along the aisle and takes their places for service. You every make your way to the altar independently, symbolizing that you are coming from variable backgrounds. In a Christian procession, the bride is escorted by her parent, even though the groom delays for her up front. In a Jewish procession, both the groom's parents escort him along the aisle, and then the bride's father and mother stroll with her.
The Officiant's Orifice Remarks
You have heard it one hundred times: "Dearly beloved, we're gathered right here now."
The Charge towards the Few
Your officiant might take this minute to stress the value of the vows you're going to change. This could likewise incorporate a reminder of duties and functions in-marriage.
The Exchange of Vows
Your vows tend to be your guarantees to one another. You might duplicate the familiar "having and to hold, for good or for bad" vows, or recite people you have written yourselves.
The Ring Exchange
While you change bands, you typically state, "Using this ring, I thee wed."
The Pronouncement of Marriage
The officiant causes it to be official ("we now pronounce you husband and wife").
And from now on the minute every person's been looking forward to: your first kiss as a wedded few.