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As your wife

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As your wife

The biggest day has come, the day we say our I dos and means we will be spending the rest
of our lives together. As you stand at the alter and the music plays our flower girl walk
down the the isle throw red rose petals and you anxiously wait your future wife walking
the isle in her white dazzling wedding dress and you look back in amazement at the beauty
of the figure being lead by her father at first and then he releases her to walk by
herself the rest  of the way; and just as she reaches you she stops and stands beside you
and both of your hearts are pounding with excitement and everyone sits as the wedding
proceeds. As you  express to her in your wedding vow how much you mean to her and she
exchange to you her undying love and gratitude towards you and how she is blesed to have
someone like you about to enter into her life; you and her exchange wedding rings and it
is finally getting to the moment long awaited when the officiator ask you if you take her
to be your wife, to have and to hold,in sickness and in health till death do you part and
you say "I do" and he ask the same to her and she says "I do", he tell you that you and
her are now pronounced husband and wife and that you may kiss your bride and you uncover
her face from her veil that kept face hidden and you look into her eyes for the moment
before you kiss the love of your life.

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