Asked by: Majida Hensselasked in category: General Last Updated: 11th January, 2020
Do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife?
Also question is, do you groom take bride to be your wedded wife?
Do you GROOM take BRIDE, to be your lawfully wedded wife, to share your life openly, standing with her in sickness and in health, in joy and in sorrow, in hardship and in ease, to cherish and love forever more? BRIDE says, I do.”
Beside above, what does lawfully wedded mean? Now, when someone describes a woman as a “lawful wedded wife,” the sense is that she is the legal or legitimate wife of her husband by virtue of an authentic marriage. In grammatical terms, the word “lawful” here is an adjective modifying the whole term “wedded wife” as a noun form.
Thereof, does the man or woman say I do first?
Traditionally all of them have the Groom say his vows first, followed in turn by the Bride. In some cases the couple may choose to say them in unison to each other. Usually the couple will face each other and join hands for their vows.
Can you just say I do for wedding vows?
You have three basic options when it comes to your vows: Speak your vows yourselves, repeat your vows after your officiant, or say "I do" when your officiant asks you "Do you ?" questions. There are sample wedding vows of each style.