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Justice of the Peace Carmen George

Your vows are important statements made during your wedding ceremony. They are your declaration of what you are promising to your new spouse and what your marriage means to the two of you.


You can discuss your vows in private and give the public version of them during your ceremony. If you don't feel comfortable sharing your most intimate agreement you can share an abbreviated version at your ceremony. If you choose to write your own vows, I recommend printing  or writing them out on paper and reading them to each other. 

For folks not interested in writing their own vows, I have good repeat after me vows you can use. They are short and sweet.


I would be honored to call you my wife/husband

You are my best friend

and I am in love with you.

I will be by your side

in good times and bad

I promise to love and care for you,

all the days of my life.



















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"Thank you so much for everything Carmen, the day was made even more special thanks to you officiating the beautiful ceremony!"

-Jake and Allie


"Thank you so much Carmen!

It was a great day and we are beyond happy to have been able to share it with you at the magical spot you picked for us."


"I just wanted to reach out and thank you, so very much, for the amazing and totally relaxed (our favorite way to be) job you did with our ceremony. I can’t tell you the number of people that mentioned you specifically in their praise of the wedding as a whole. Everyone thought you were just awesome. So again, from the bottom of my heart- thank you. I’m so happy we chose you to be a part of our day."  - Linsey

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