@ItsDestiny: Just saw this now. I had found the wording online (maybe even WB?) for our wine box ceremony and I gave it to the officiant to read. I did tweak it a bit to suit exactly what we did. Here is what we used:
WINE BOX LOVE LETTER CEREMONY
OFFICIANT (ADDRESSING GUESTS):
PurpleUnicorn and Mr. Unicorn, as a couple, have chosen to perform a Love Letter & Wine Box ceremony.
This box will contain a bottle of wine, two glasses, and love letters that PurpleUnicorn and Mr. Unicorn wrote to each other. The letters describe the good qualities they find in one another, the reasons they fell in love, and their reasons for choosing to marry. The letters are sealed in individual envelopes and they have not seen what the other has written. They are also including a small capsule of sand from the beach right here where they are getting married and a copy of their wedding vows. In essence, they are creating a “romantic” time capsule to be opened on their 10th wedding anniversary.
OFFICIANT (ADDRESSING COUPLE):
PurpleUnicorn and Mr. Unicorn, should you ever find your marriage enduring insurmountable hardships, you are to as a couple, open this box, share the wine, and read the letters to reflect on the love that brought you together and the promises you made to each other today in front of the most cherished people in your lives.
The hope is, however, that you will never have a reason to open this box. If this is the case, upon your 10th wedding anniversary you are to open this box to share, enjoy and celebrate your love and dedication to one another. You can then write new letters and keep up the tradition on anniversaries of your choosing.
With that being said, PurpleUnicorn and Mr. Unicorn, please place the bottle of wine, two glasses, letters, vows, and sand capsule into the box and lock it.
OFFICIANT (ONCE ITEMS ARE PLACED IN BOX AND SEALED):
I recommend that you keep the box in a place of honor, prominently displayed in your home as a constant reminder of your commitment to each other and your vows.