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Love gives naught but itself and takes naught but from itself.
Love possesses not nor would it be possessed;
For love is sufficient unto love.
- Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet


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Your wedding vows are some of the most important words you'll ever say. They carry the weight of everything you have to offer your beloved, every way you wish to honor them, every hope and intention you have for your future together. You've made sure everything else is exactly right the dress, the flowers, the menu, the ring; shouldn't the covenant you make with each other be as finely crafted? Isn't everything about your day supposed to be as beautiful as it can be?

I can help you compose deeply personal, meaningful vows and a profound, memorable, joyful ceremony, complete with readings, quotes and even the printed programs. Let me help you tell each other and the world what your commitment means to the two of you.

Here's an example. The couple found this simple rose ceremony online:

Officiant: "In the elegant language of flowers, a single red rose always means "I love you." (Beloved) and (Beloved) have chosen to give each other red roses, as a symbol of their love, and as their first gifts to each other as husband and wife.
(the couple exchange roses)
(Beloved) and (Beloved), I would ask that wherever you may make your home, that you choose a special location. And at those times when words fail, that you leave a red rose at that spot you have both selected -- a rose that will say what matters more than all other words..."I still love you." The other should accept this rose for the words that cannot be found, and remember the love and hope that you both have shared today.

The minister asked me to rework it:  

The rose speaks softly and boldly of love, of the trials and sacrifices that sometimes accompany it and of the surpassing beauty so worth the pain. (Beloved) and (Beloved) have chosen this eloquent, delicate way to express their commitment to each other today; this is their first gift to each other within the bond of marriage.
(the couple exchange roses)
(Beloved) and (Beloved), as you live and grow together, choose a sacred place in your home, and when words are not enough, speak to each other in the language of the rose: leave a red rose in that sacred place, so that your beloved may rest in the knowledge that your love endures. When the rose has been left for you, accept it as all that cannot be spoken, for the words your beloved cannot find to say what matters most - and as a reminder of the love, hope and joy that you share together today.

Remember: you are responsible for your rose.*

*The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery

* Vows: craft a set of vows that reflects the unique beauty of your love and your hopes for its future.
* Ceremonies: create an eloquent, moving and memorable ceremony with as much character as you and your betrothed.
* Readings, Speeches and Toasts: make sure you shine during your moment in the sun. Wrap your blessings in words as full of warmth and love as your wishes for the happy couple.