Take some time to start writing your wedding ring speech. It doesn't have to be all neat and coherent at first. Put your scattered thoughts on paper, and things will fall in place.
Perhaps start by thinking about your partner. Think of why you love them. Ask yourself why you're marrying your partner. What is it about them that excites you? What is the greatest promise you ever want to make to your partner? Do you have sweet times you've had? Draw inspiration from them.
Choose your style:
This is an important step to take with your partner. Consult them so that both of you are on the same page. What tone do you want to set for the wedding ring speech? Romantic, funny, or emotional? In what form do you want to say your ring ceremony wording? A poem, speech or quote?
Will there be problems with word usage? Consult your partner to establish words you don't agree on. Honour, obey, for better or worse? You should tackle this early enough to avoid conflicts. How about the length of the ring vows? You want it short and concise or lengthy?
How about wedding ring ceremony ideas? Modern, secular, agnostic, or traditional wedding ring vows? This is a thing to decide between you and your partner.”
Ring exchange wording can be romantic, funny, traditional or secular.
Modern ring vows:
“I give you this ring to wear with love and joy. As a ring has no end, neither shall my love for you. I choose you to be my (wife/husband) this day and forevermore.”
“This ring I give to you as a token of my love and devotion. I pledge to you all that I am and all that I will ever be as your (husband/wife). With this ring, I gladly marry you and join my life to yours.”
“I give this ring as my gift to you. Wear it and think of me and know that I love you.”
Traditional ring vows:
“I give you this ring as a symbol of our love. All that I am I give to you. All that I have I share with you. I promise to love you, to be faithful and loyal, in good times and bad. May this ring remind you always of the words we have spoken today.”
“I give you this ring as a sign of our love, trust, and marriage. I promise to care for you above all others, to give you my love, friendship, and support; and to respect and cherish you throughout our life together.”
Religious ring vows:
“This ring I give you, in token and pledge of our constant faith and abiding love.”
“In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, take and wear this ring as a sign of my love and faithfulness.”
“With this ring, I wed you, and pledge you, my love, now and forever.”
Ring Exchange Examples:
“I give you this ring as a symbol of my love and faithfulness to you.
This ring symbolizes my love for you and the commitments we have made to each other here today.”
“With this ring, I give you my promise that from this day forward, you shall not walk alone. May my heart be your shelter and my arms be your home.”
“I (name), I give you this ring, this band of gold, to love you always, to have and to hold, I give you my love, precious and true, you know that my heart, is only for you.”
“The fitting of this ring with its unending circle, symbolises my everlasting love for you. The placing of this ring on your finger, is the fulfilment of my dreams, to have you as my friend, my love, my husband/ wife, to live as one forever.”
“I promise to love, respect and honour you, I will always be there for you, with you, beside you, let this ring be a symbol of our love, may it represent our today, our tomorrows, our future & our past. As I have given you my hands to hold, so I give you my life to keep.”
“This ring is my precious gift to you, as a sign that from this day forward you shall be surrounded and encircled by my love.”
“This ring is a token of my endless and abiding love. Just as this circle is without end, my love for you is eternal.”
“Take this ring as my gift to you. Wear it and think of me, and know that I love you.”
“_______, I give you this ring, as a symbol of our marriage, for today and tomorrow, and for all the days to come.
“_______, with this ring, I promise to love you, hold you and honor you through sorrow and success for all the days of our lives.”