As a part of the church communities of Anabaptist denominations, mennonites have more than 2 million members worldwide. Staying with tradition is important during big events such as the union of two people. Vows are typically exchanged at the time of the rings. To help you in the planning of your wedding, here is a look at some great mennonite wedding vows that can be shared.
I give you this ring as a reminder that I will live, honor, and cherish you,
In all times,
In all places.
And in all ways , forever.
With this ring I thee wed and with it I bestow all of the treasures of my mind, heart and hands.
I give this ring in pledge of my love and devotion/with this ring I thee wed
With this ring I thee wed and with all my love I thee endow
With this ring I thee wed and with all I am and all I have I honor you
I give you this ring as a pledge of my love and commitment
You were my yesterday, you are my today, you will be my tomorrow . All I am I give to you.
With this ring I pledge my love and life to you
In token and in pledge of our constant faith and abiding love, with this ring I thee wed.
With this ring I thee wed/ with my body I thee honor/ and all my worldly goods I thee share
Take this ring as a sign of my love / and as a symbol of all that we share
I give you this ring as a token of my abiding love and constant faith
With this ring I thee wed promising all of my love and faithfulness forevermore
With this ring I thee wed and bind our lives together for all time
I give you, whom I love above all others, this ring as a symbol of our love and marriage
I give this ring in remembrance of this hour, a symbol of love that is complete, beautiful and endless.
May this ring forever be to you the symbol of my growing love.
I, __________, give to you __________, this ring, as a symbol of my commitment to love, honor, and respect you.
_________, I offer this ring to you as a symbol of my love and of the vows I have just spoken.
———: I choose you, ——– above all others, to be my wife.
I offer this ring as a token of our love And with it I join my life to yours
I Eric, do promise this day to love, honor and cherish you as my wife, companion, and partner. I place this ring upon your hand as a sign of my love and fidelity.
I will share my joy with you, that it be multiplied. I will share your pain, that it be divided. I will walk by your side as we travel together through life’s changes. I will sleep in your arms and that love will be my home.
Here is one example of a mennonite wedding with a beach theme. From the traditional attire and setting, this will inspire you in planning your own mennonite event.
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