Exchanging rings is traditional but what words can I say that are original?

It is traditional for a couple to exchange wedding rings after you say your vows. Since these rings are symbols of the marriage, the words said during a ring exchange should reflect your hopes for your marriage. Here is some example wording to use during your ring exchange or ring ceremony:

I can preface this part with this as well:

We move now to a particularly visible and tangible symbol of the union taking place before us; the giving and receiving of the rings.

The ring is our oldest symbol of love and marriage, like the love they symbolise, the rings have no beginning or ending, and they encircle their wearers gently and without breaking.

One example is: I give you this ring as a symbol of my love for you. Let it be a reminder that I am always by your side and that I will always be a faithful partner to you.

I have many more samples to show you and the one you choose will be the one that resonates with you both. I am here to make your ceremony an easy and beautiful part of your day. Use me to write this and develop exactly what you would love to say.


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