This is a little late but I basically googled ceremonies and took parts of this and that and added some of my own ideas. To paste it all in here would be super long so I’ll just do the beginning.
Welcome friends and family, we have gathered here today to witness the vows of Eire and Fiance. Today Eire and Fiance promise to dedicate themselves completely to each other, with body, speech, and mind. In this life, in every situation, in wealth or poverty, in health or sickness, in happiness or difficulty, they will work to help each other.
Eire and Fiance are happy today not only because they can share the joy of their love for each other with friends and family, but also because they have the opportunity to express their aspirations for the future.
Honor parents and family here….
Reading: From the Buddhist Marriage Homily: Nothing happens without a cause. The union of this man and woman has not come about accidentally but is the foreordained result of many past lives. This tie can therefore not be broken. In the future, happy occasions will come as surely as the morning. Difficult times will come as surely as night. To say the words “love and compassion” is easy. But to accept love and compassion are built upon patience and perseverance is not easy. Your marriage will be firm and lasting if you remember this.
Before taking of yourselves these vows, remember that it is the duty of the husband to support and cherish his wife, to be faithful to her, and to comfort her in sickness or sorrow. It is the duty of the wife to love and help her husband, to be patient, supportive, and to be faithful to him.
Reading : From “The Couple’s Tao Te Ching: “A Sacred Space”, from the sixth century B.C.: Your love requires space in which to grow. This space must be safe enough to allow your hearts to be revealed. It must offer refreshment for your spirits and renewal for your minds. It must be a space made sacred by the quality of your honesty, attention, love, and compassion. It may be anywhere, Inside or out, but it must exist.
Marriage Address with statements from O in which we both reply “we do”
The O asks the woman: Will you take this man to be your lawful husband and remain faithful to him always? Her reply: I will. The O then asks the man: Will you take this woman to be your lawful wife, and remain faithful to her always? His reply: I will.
O: Will you both undertake to sustain one another in sickness or in health, in happiness or in sorrow, and cherish one another at all times? They reply: We will.
The wedding ring is the outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual bond which unites two loyal hearts in partnership.
I give you this ring that you may place it on the finger of this woman/man in token of your marriage to her/him, and may its circle remind you both of those things that are eternal.
With this ring, I seal my promise to be your faithful and loving husband. I give you this ring to wear upon your hand as a symbol of our unity, love, respect, and trust.
And you get the picture……sorry it is so long!