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TYPES OF CEREMONIES

Personalized Civil Ceremony 


Same Sex Ceremony


Vow Renewals


Commitment Ceremony


Pop-up or Surprise! Ceremony


Elopement


The legal ceremonies contain the following legally required wording as stated in Section 10(1) of The Marriage Act:


 (a) in some part of the ceremony, in the presence of the justice or marriage commissioner who is solemnizing the marriage and the witnesses,
(i) each of the parties shall declare:

 “I do solemnly declare that I do not know of any lawful impediment why I _______(full name of the party), may not be joined in matrimony to _______(full name of the other party).”

 and
(ii) each of the parties shall say to the other: 

“I call on those persons present to witness that I _______(full name of the party), do take you _______(full name of the other party), to be my lawful wedded “husband”, “wife” or “spouse” (as the parties may prefer).” 

and
(b) after the declarations and statements required by clause (a) have been made, the justice or marriage commissioner solemnizing the marriage shall say: “I, _______ (full name of the justice or the marriage commissioner), by virtue of the powers vested in me by the Marriage Act, do hereby pronounce you _______ (full name of the party) and _______(full name of the other party) to be “husband and wife”, “married spouses” (or whatever the bride and groom prefer).”