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#1 cabobride6/22

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    Posted 16 February 2009 - 02:46 PM

    Hi!

    Has anyone been married at a RIU resort in Mexico? I am getting married at RIU Palace in Cabo in June and am wondering about the wedding ceremony being in Spanish. How will we know what is being said? How do we know when to say I do? Did anyone write their own vows? Thanks!

    #2 MesseJesse4

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      Posted 17 February 2009 - 02:13 AM

      Oh! I would love to know more about this too :)
      Jessica

      #3 MesseJesse4

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        Posted 17 February 2009 - 02:17 AM

        Wedding Ceremony # 1


        ___________ and __________,
        You Have Chosen To Exchange Your Wedding Vows In Beautiful Baja Mexico. We Stand Between The Sea Of Cortez And The Pacific, Surrounded By The Spirits Of The Sun And Sea, And In The Presence Of Friends And Family Who Are Here To Surround You With Their Love.

        This Ceremony Is A Declaration Of Your Love And Union With Each Other.

        This Marriage Should Provide Spiritual Growth And Discovery For Both Of You, Expanding Your Capacity For Love, Intimacy, And Joy, And The Intentions You Will Jointly Pledge Today Should Act As A Guide For The Future:
        To Explore The World Together
        To Always Be Truthful And Love Fearlessly
        To Live Your Dreams
        To Meet In Unconditional Love
        To Be A Happy Family

        LOVE IS PATIENT, LOVE IS KIND

        IT DOES NOT ENVY, IT DOES NOT BOAST, IT IS NOT PROUD

        IT IS NOT RUDE, IT IS NOT SELF-SEEKING, IT IS NOT EASILY ANGERED, IT KEEPS NO RECORDS OF WRONGS.

        LOVES DOES NOT DELIGHT IN EVIL BUT REJOICES WITH THE TRUTH

        IT ALWAYS PROTECTS, ALWAYS TRUSTS, ALWAYS HOPES, and ALWAYS PERSEVERES.

        LOVE NEVER FAILS.

        Marriage is not always 50-50. You need to realize that there will be a balance in compromise. There will be times when one will need to carry the other, and give more than the other.

        __________, Do You Come To This Marriage Freely And Of Your Own Choosing? (I Do)

        __________, Do You Come To This Marriage Freely And Of Your Own Choosing? (I Do)

        ___________ and ___________, Join Your Right Hands And Make Your Promises To Each Other.

        __________, Do You Accept ____________ To Be Your Wife, To Love And To Cherish, To Share Your Dreams, Successes, And Challenges. In Plenty And In Want, In Joy And In Sorrow, In Sickness And In Health, For As Long As You Both Shall Live? (I Do)

        __________, Do You Accept ___________ To Be Your Husband, To Love And To Cherish, To Share Your Dreams, Successes, And Challenges. In Plenty And In Want, In Joy And In Sorrow, In Sickness And In Health, For As Long As You Both Shall Live? (I Will)





        Do You Have The Rings?

        These Rings Are A Symbol Of Your Everlasting Love And The Vows Of Commitment You Have Made Today.

        ____________, placing the Ring on ____________’s Finger, Repeat after Me, With This Ring, I Pledge to You My Unconditional Love for All Time.

        ____________, placing the Ring on _____________’s Finger, Repeat after Me, With This Ring I Pledge to You My Unconditional Love for All Time.

        “May your days together be good and long upon the earth. Now you will feel no rain . . for each of you will be shelter for each other. Now you will feel no cold . . . .for each of you will be warmth for the other. Now there is no more loneliness. Now you are two persons but there is only one life before you”

        May Infinite Happiness Accompany You During The New Life You Are Beginning Together.

        Along With Your Friends And The Sun And Sea, I Have The Pleasure Of Pronouncing You Husband And Wife, And Presenting For The First Time Mr. & Mrs. ___________________.


        You May Kiss Each Other!
        Jessica

        #4 MesseJesse4

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          Posted 17 February 2009 - 02:17 AM

          Wedding Ceremony # 1


          ___________ and __________,
          You Have Chosen To Exchange Your Wedding Vows In Beautiful Baja Mexico. We Stand Between The Sea Of Cortez And The Pacific, Surrounded By The Spirits Of The Sun And Sea, And In The Presence Of Friends And Family Who Are Here To Surround You With Their Love.

          This Ceremony Is A Declaration Of Your Love And Union With Each Other.

          This Marriage Should Provide Spiritual Growth And Discovery For Both Of You, Expanding Your Capacity For Love, Intimacy, And Joy, And The Intentions You Will Jointly Pledge Today Should Act As A Guide For The Future:
          To Explore The World Together
          To Always Be Truthful And Love Fearlessly
          To Live Your Dreams
          To Meet In Unconditional Love
          To Be A Happy Family

          LOVE IS PATIENT, LOVE IS KIND

          IT DOES NOT ENVY, IT DOES NOT BOAST, IT IS NOT PROUD

          IT IS NOT RUDE, IT IS NOT SELF-SEEKING, IT IS NOT EASILY ANGERED, IT KEEPS NO RECORDS OF WRONGS.

          LOVES DOES NOT DELIGHT IN EVIL BUT REJOICES WITH THE TRUTH

          IT ALWAYS PROTECTS, ALWAYS TRUSTS, ALWAYS HOPES, and ALWAYS PERSEVERES.

          LOVE NEVER FAILS.

          Marriage is not always 50-50. You need to realize that there will be a balance in compromise. There will be times when one will need to carry the other, and give more than the other.

          __________, Do You Come To This Marriage Freely And Of Your Own Choosing? (I Do)

          __________, Do You Come To This Marriage Freely And Of Your Own Choosing? (I Do)

          ___________ and ___________, Join Your Right Hands And Make Your Promises To Each Other.

          __________, Do You Accept ____________ To Be Your Wife, To Love And To Cherish, To Share Your Dreams, Successes, And Challenges. In Plenty And In Want, In Joy And In Sorrow, In Sickness And In Health, For As Long As You Both Shall Live? (I Do)

          __________, Do You Accept ___________ To Be Your Husband, To Love And To Cherish, To Share Your Dreams, Successes, And Challenges. In Plenty And In Want, In Joy And In Sorrow, In Sickness And In Health, For As Long As You Both Shall Live? (I Will)





          Do You Have The Rings?

          These Rings Are A Symbol Of Your Everlasting Love And The Vows Of Commitment You Have Made Today.

          ____________, placing the Ring on ____________’s Finger, Repeat after Me, With This Ring, I Pledge to You My Unconditional Love for All Time.

          ____________, placing the Ring on _____________’s Finger, Repeat after Me, With This Ring I Pledge to You My Unconditional Love for All Time.

          “May your days together be good and long upon the earth. Now you will feel no rain . . for each of you will be shelter for each other. Now you will feel no cold . . . .for each of you will be warmth for the other. Now there is no more loneliness. Now you are two persons but there is only one life before you”

          May Infinite Happiness Accompany You During The New Life You Are Beginning Together.

          Along With Your Friends And The Sun And Sea, I Have The Pleasure Of Pronouncing You Husband And Wife, And Presenting For The First Time Mr. & Mrs. ___________________.


          You May Kiss Each Other!
          Jessica

          #5 MesseJesse4

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            Posted 17 February 2009 - 02:18 AM

            These are the vows that Riu Santa Fe uses :)
            Jessica

            #6 Nanner431

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              Posted 24 February 2009 - 05:23 PM

              You can ask someone to translate for you as part of your ceremony. We asked one of our mutual friends to do this. They are provided with a sheet in english that they read off of to translate. The minister will start and then hand the mic to the translator when it's their turn to talk and everything is spaced so as to know when to stop talking and give the mic back to the minister. Our firiend was absolutely honored to do this for us and now the joke is that she married us in Cabo. Our vows were different than those ones but I thought they were beautiful and very well written.

              #7 Nanner431

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                Posted 24 February 2009 - 05:25 PM

                Oh and if you don't have a big party or can't choose someone to translate - Daniela, the wedding coordinator will translate. Either way you will experience the vows in english and know what you are committing to... ;-)




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