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PhraseMix is the best way to learn English quickly, and listening to the audio lessons is the best way to enjoy PhraseMix. Become a PhraseMix Premium member to read thousands of English lessons and articles, download high-quality audio, and use our amazing review system! At a wedding ceremony, the minister or wedding officiant says this to officially announce that the couple is married.
If someone does say "I now pronounce you The minister or wedding officiant in a wedding says this at the end of a ceremony. It means that the couple may kiss each other. Traditionally, the minister says "You may kiss the bride" to the groom. These days, some couples request that the minister say something like "You may now kiss" to avoid sexism. A judge in a courtroom might use the phrase "You may For example, when the judge enters the court, everyone is supposed to stand.
After the judge enters, he or she might say:. You can also hear this expression when you take a formal, standardized test. The person who's administering the test usually a teacher will read the instructions.
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It is with these in mind that I pronounce you husband and wife. No longer simply partners and best friends, you have become husband and wife and can now seal the agreement with a kiss. Because they have exchanged their vows before God and these witnesses, have pledged their commitment each to the other, and have declared the same by joining hands and by exchanging rings, I now pronounce that they are husband and wife.
BRIDE and GROOM, you have heard the words about love and marriage, have exchanged your vows and made your promises, and celebrated your union with the giving and receiving of rings. May the blessings of life, the joy of love, the peace of truth, and the wisdom and strength of Spirit, be your constant companion, now and always, as husband and wife. They have formalized the bond between them with spoken vows and with the giving and receiving of rings.
In the spirit of Jewish tradition, you have taken upon yourselves the responsibilities of a deep and loving friendship. In the presence of these witnesses and in keeping with tradition, you have spoken the words and preformed rites that unite your lives. In the traditional way, they entered into their marriage with the joining of hands, the making of vows and promises, and the giving and receiving of rings, an outward symbol of their voluntary commitment to one another.
Therefore, it is my pleasure, that I now pronounce them husband and wife. You may now kiss your bride! In my presence and in the presence of your family and friends, you have exchanged vows and made promises. You have opened your hearts to one another, declared your love and friendship, and have united yourself with the exchanging of rings. Because you two came here today intending to marry, because you joined hands and made solemn vows and exchanged rings to remind you of those vows, and you are now joined as partners in mutual love and respect, according to the powers vested in me and the highest power of the land and the sea.
I pronounce that your wedding vows are sealed and you may henceforth be known to all as husband and wife.
Now before the people who have assembled here tonight, and i n as much as you have each pledged to the other your lifelong commitment, love and devotion, I now pronounce you husband and wife. Now that you both have committed yourselves to one another and to your Holy Union through the sacred vows that you have taken and by the giving and receiving of these rings, I now pronounce you husband and wife.
Bride and Groom, in the presence of God, your family and friends today, you have spoken the words and performed the rites which unite your lives. It is my legal right as a minister and my greatest joy and privilege to declare you husband and wife. Forasmuch as you, Bride and you, Groom, have openly declared your wishes to be united in marriage, and in the presence of these witnesses have pledged love to each other, and have confirmed the same by joining hands, exchanging rings and declaring your vows, I as a minister and legally authorized to do pronounce that you are now husband and wife.
By the authority vested in me by the State of California, I pronounce you to each other, husband and wife.We've all heard the classic wedding phrase "you may now kiss the bride. But if it seems outdated, or you aren't sure about the language, there are plenty of other ways to end your wedding ceremonyshould you be looking for an alternative.
Changing it up will also come in handy if you don't want to smooch in front of a room of people, or if you're looking for something a bit more interesting or unique to do, as a way of sealing your marriage.
Whatever the case might be, remember the choice is up to you. This is, after all, your wedding ceremony, so it's certainly OK to personalize the wording, Eric Hunta licensed wedding officiant, tells Bustle. For many folks, "the deviation from tradition is simply wanting their wedding to identify with who they are as a couple," he says.
Of course, this will be a lot easier if you're writing your own vowsor if you're having a friend officiate the wedding, since you'll have more freedom in terms of what's said, Amy Grace Collinsa certified event planner, tells Bustle. But even if you're calling in the help of another officiant — who may or may not be more stuck in their ways — don't hesitate to chat with them about your ideas.
Here are a few you may want to consider, according to experts. Once the officiant has gone through the vows, you and your partner can simply move in for the kiss, and let it happen naturally. Because, when you think about it, nothing really needs to be said. This choice also has modern vibes, seeing as it isn't necessary for someone to say you when it's OK to kiss. And, if you can't decide on an alternative, this is an easy go-to option, as it's completely neutral. This is a sweet way to end the ceremony without putting any pressure on either person to do the kissing.
It has a formal touch to it, but "doesn't require that the couple kiss if they are quite shy people," Babinski says. Instead, feel free to kiss, hug, hold hands and turn towards your guests — whatever feels right. Remember, your wedding is all about what you want as a couple. This ending line a small moment of a much bigger day, but since it's technically the first thing you do together as married folks, you should focus on what feels right to you.
An exciting thing to say that, again, doesn't make it all about grooms kissing brides, is "you may now kick off your marriage! If your wedding is more informal, this statement will likely get a big reaction from the crowd, since it has a lot of energy to it. Similarly, you could use the wording "you may now begin your adventure of marriage with a kiss," which is "a fun and light-hearted alternative that will set the tone for your wedding day — and your marriage," Karen Noriana wedding planner for Simply Eloped, tells Bustle.
If you'd like to get straight to the point, Hunt says, ask the officiant to say something along the lines of "you are now legally married by the laws of the state of XYZ.
Once it's official, you and your partner can take it from there, and chat about what you plan on doing next.
During their wedding, many couples opt for a "unity ceremony," where they light candles together, or pour separate containers of sand into one glass to symbolize their union and the meshing of their lives. But you can also do this with drinks or cocktails, which you can mix together and enjoy. Or, simply raise a glass to everyone at your wedding, say a quick toast, and take a sip together for the first time as a married couple.
This one is typically used to add humor, Hunt says, so if you're looking to get a chuckle out of the crowd, it may be the perfect choice of words to end your ceremony. Similarly, the officiant might say something like "now might be a good time to kiss," Hunt says.
If you're worried you might not know when the ceremony is officially over, or if you suspect you might get caught up in the moment and forget to kiss, give them permission to go this route. If anything, it'll end up being really cute. Having everyone clap at the end of your ceremony can work out well for a variety of reasons. First, it gets the energy back up and creates excitement as you lean in to kiss, or get ready to run down the aisle together. It's also way more fun to kiss to applause than it is to do so in front of a quiet room, which can feel awkward for some.
But most importantly, this is a big event, so why not clap? Whichever route you choose, make sure it seems like a good fit for you and your partner as a couple, and sends out the vibes you're looking for on your wedding day. Don't Say Anything At All.