Note: These two adventurers made the Leap of Faith at Sky Dive Long Island
“Dearly adventurous, today with the aid of this aircraft, we soar almost to the heights that your hearts rise to on wings of their own.
Marriage has been called a “Leap of Faith”, it begins with trust. Trust in many bright tomorrows, trust that no matter where life takes you, you will always be by one another’s side and trust that although there is uncertainty in the world, you will each be a constant source of love and inspiration in one another’s lives.
Marriage is a promise to be together in harmony and let the winds of the heavens dance between you. To empower each other and allow your relationship to evolve to it’s highest purpose. To sing and dance together and be joyful. To care for one another, share your lives with one another and to unite in spirits with every part of your being.
Today you promise to keep your union to the foreground of your thoughts always, and through all of your moments together, so that in the triumphs and trials that lie ahead, you will you will feel just as you do now happy to be in love and married to one another, remembering always that as long as you are together, everything will work out just fine.”
Bride and Groom jump from the plane to exchange their rings on solid ground
The Ring Vows
“John, do you take Andie to be your lawfully wedded wife? Do you vow to love her and care for her for as long as you both shall live? Do you accept her, with all of her faults and strengths, and offer yourself to her with all of your own faults and strengths? Do you promise to help her when she needs help, and to turn to her when you need help? Do you promise to be a faithful and loving companion and to always put the promises you make this day above all else?”
John: “I do.”
“Will you now place the ring on your beautiful bride’s finger and repeat after me please?”
“I John take you Andie to be my wife. I will love you, and honor you, respect and cherish you all the days of my life.”
“Andie, do you take John to be your lawfully wedded husband? Do you vow to love him and care for him for as long as you both shall live? Do you accept him, with all of his faults and strengths, and offer yourself to him with all of your own faults and strengths? Do you promise to help him when he needs help, and to turn to him when you need help? Do you promise to be a faithful and loving companion and to always put the promises you make this day above all else?”
Andie: “I do.”
“Will you now place the ring on John’s finger and repeat after me please?”
“I Andie take you John to be my husband. I will love you, and honor you, respect and cherish you all the days of my life.”
Closing Words and Pronouncement
“May you always remember to appreciate every moment that you share, living your life in the present moment which is beautiful and irreplaceable as it stretches away beyond the limits of the past, hinting of the horizons of all your tomorrows.
You are now as your hearts have always known you to be, Husband and Wife. You may kiss your beautiful Bride!”
Bride and Groom kiss!