Below is a sample of a Religious Ceremony.  It is only a sample and can be added to changed to suite your particular tastes.  For a religious ceremony Kyle would normally dress in robes or suit and tie, again it is up to the bride and groom.

Dear friends and family, we are gathered here today in the eyes of God to join this man, Groom, and this woman, Bride, together in Holy Matrimony.religious ceremony

They are asking for your blessings as they embark on this life-long journey called marriage. Let us pray for their happiness.Father, this couples’ hearts are filled with great happiness. This is their wedding day. They come before you to the altar of love, pledging their lives and their hearts to one another. Grant that they may be ever true and loving of each other, living in a way as to never bring shame or heartbreak into their marriage. Temper their hearts with kindness, Father, and rid them of all pretense and jealousy. And as the years pass, help them to find greater contentment in rich companionship. May their home truly be a place of love and harmony, where your spirit is ever present. Bless their wedding day and walk beside them all through their life together. In your name, Amen.

Groom and Bride, in this quiet hour you now appear to solemnize in marriage publicly, the covenant you have already made in your hearts. There is no obligation on earth more sweet
or tender than those you are about to assume, there are no vows more solemn than those you are about to make. There is no human institution more sacred than that of the home you are
about to establish.

Marriage is the supreme sharing of experiences. An adventure in the most intimate of human relationships. It should not be entered into lightly, but rather undertaken with great consideration and respect. It should be entered into reverently, thoughtfully and with full understanding of its sacred nature. Marriage is complete when based on a deep, invisible communion of two souls who seek to find completion with each other.

Groom, knowing the value of this marriage institution and the importance of the vows you are about to assume, is it your wish to continue with this marriage celebration?

“It is”

Bride, knowing the value of this marriage institution and the importance of the vows you are about to assume, is it your wish to continue with this marriage celebration?

“It is”

Will you, Groom, take this woman, Bride, whose hand you hold to be your wedded wife, to share your life openly with her, and pledge that you will love, honor, and stand beside her always- in
times of sickness as well as health, in times of sadness as well as joy, in times of goodness as well as conflict?

“I will”

Will you, Bride, take this man, Groom, whose hand you hold to be your wedded husband, to share your life openly with him, and pledge that you will love, honor, and stand beside him always- in times of sickness as well as health, in times of sadness as well as joy, in times of goodness as well as conflict?

“I will”

May I have the rings, please.

Groom and Bride, these rings are a beautiful and fitting symbol of the marriage bond. Comprised of many metals, these precious metals represent the value of love between a husband and  wife.

Bless, O God, this ring that he who gives it and she who wears it may live within your light knowing peace, joy, and a deep abiding love.

Groom, please repeat after me: With the giving and receiving of this ring, we are as one. With it, I give to you, all the treasures of my mind, my heart and my hands.”

Bride, please repeat after me:
I accept this ring, as a token of your love, with all my heart.

Bless, O God, this ring that she who gives it and he who wears it may live within your light knowing peace, joy, and a deep abiding love.

Bride, please repeat after me:
With the giving and receiving of this ring we are as one. With it
I give you all the treasures of my mind, my heart and my hands.

Groom, please repeat after me:
I accept this ring, as a token of your love, with all my heart.

Ladies and Gentlemen:
The emotion of love has many meanings. For Groom and Bride, we read from first Corinthian’s. “Love is patient, love is kind. It is not jealous. It does not put on airs, nor is it snobbish. Love
is not prone to anger; neither does it brood over injuries. Love does not rejoice in what is wrong, but rejoices with the truth. There is no limit to love’s forbearance…its truth…its hope…its power to endure.”

Groom and Bride, May you be definitely aware that wherever you may be, divine love will always be enfolding you, sustaining you, and encompassing you with all that is good. I charge that you be ever mindful of the holy vows you have made today. Let your love for each other be a means of leading you to a broader and fuller meaning of your new life together. Then shall your hearts live not themselves alone, but shall go out in tenderness and helpfulness to
your fellow man.

Remember, that marriage is a promise that takes a lifetime to fulfill. And may God bless you both.

Ministering in the name of God and all that is Holy, as an ordained minister, and with the power vested in me by the church and the state of Colorado, I now pronounce that you are husband
and wife.

You may now seal your vows with a kiss…

Let me introduce, for the first time as husband and wife:

Mr. and Mrs. ____________________!