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Unitarian Universalist Wedding Program

Religious elements or traditions can enrich a wedding ceremony, but determining what to include in the program to reflect your beliefs as a couple can be difficult. We've gathered sample programs from several religions to get you started. Use them as a guide and add your own spin to make your big day a truly personal affair.

Front Cover

The Marriage of Bride’s name and Groom’s name

Date

Name of Church, Unitarian Universalist

City, State

Inside Page 1

Processional

Welcome

Unity Bouquet
As they join their lives together in marriage, creating a new family, Bride’s name and Groom’s name celebrate the heritage they bring from their distinct families. To symbolize the beauty of their soon-to-be-intertwined lineages, I invite their mothers, Bride’s mother’s name and Groom’s mother’s name, to come forward with their individual bouquets and unite them in this vessel…

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Community Vow
Though Bride’s name and Groom’s name have chosen one another from all other possible partners in the world, and love one another deeply and truly, they will need your love and support in the years to come.

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Charge to the Couple

Vows

Exchange of Rings
Blessing or Prayer

Proclamation

Special thanks to First Church in Boston, Unitarian Universalist, Boston, MA


-- The Knot

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