Feel free to browse my collection of inspirational wedding readings, poems and prayers to find ideas for your wedding, commitment ceremony, handfasting or renewal of vows. 

As an alternative to having the celebrant read for  you, you might like to invite one or more close friends or family members to read for you.  You will want to make sure that your readers are comfortable with standing up and speaking in front of a group.  If there will be more than 20 guests, the reader may need to use a microphone to ensure that everyone can hear.  Some couples like to choose a love poem or inspirational reading to read aloud to each other as part of their ceremony.

For copyright reasons, I have limited what is on public display to material which is already in the public domain.

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Cherokee Marriage Prayer

Powers of nature, we honour you. Protect these ones we love. We honour mother earth and ask that their marriage be abundant and fruitful, growing stronger through the seasons; We honour wind and ask that they be lifted up to

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Cherokee Prayer – alternate version

We honour mother earth – And ask for our marriage to be abundant and grow stronger through the seasons. We honour fire – And ask that our union be warm and glowing with love in our hearts We honour wind

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Hawaiian blessing

Here all seeking is over The lost has been found A mate has been found To share the chills of winter – Now love asks That you be united Here is a place to rest A place to sleep, a

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Goddess and God help us to remember..

Goddess and God help us to remember when we first met and the strong love that grew between us. To work that love into practical things so that nothing can divide us. We ask for words both kind and loving and hearts always ready to ask

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Ancient Gaelic blessing

O God give the joy and God the love To those who are lovers true Shed down benedictions from above As in one are joined the two   Ancient Gaelic blessing was last modified: October 21st, 2015 by ishara

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