We are gathered to unite the two of you in marriage, which is an institution ordained by the state and made honorable by the faithful keeping of good men and women throughout all ages, and is not to be entered into lightly or unadvisedly.
The Officiant says to the man
Do you, ________, take ________ to be your wife, to love, comfort, and cherish from this day forth?
The Officiant says to the woman
Do you, ________, take ________ to be your husband, to love, comfort, and cherish from this day forth?
Bride and Groom exchange rings.
Having thus pledged yourselves each to the other, I do now, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the state of (state), pronounce you husband and wife.