(Closed) Italian – Words for Ceremony

posted 8 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
1215 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

Hmmm… You can start it out with “mi amore” (my love… my beloved…) 

Sposami! (“marry me!”)

Con te voglio invecchiare (“I want to grow old with you”)

Io sono tua (“I am yours”)

Per te farei di tutto! (“I would do anything for you”)

Sei il grande amore della mia vita (“You are the love of my life”)

Con te voglio passare la mia vita (“I want to spend my life with you”)

Vi voglio sempre avere al mio fianco (“I always want you by my side”)


Let me know if you want help with any of the pronunciation! Or do you already speak Italian?

Post # 5
1215 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

The pronunciation for those is this:

“Cone tay voh-lee-oh een-vay-key-are-eh”


“vee voh-lee-oh same-pray ah-vair-eh al mee-oh fee-ahn-coh”

For the second phrase you asked – here’s how to say it:

“Grazie per avere sollevato questo uomo meraviglioso, e per avere sempre mi trattato come parte della vostra famiglia. Io sono cosi toccato dal vostro amore e sostegno.”

Here’s the pronunciation:

“Graht-see-eh pear ah-vair-eh soh-lay-vah-toe quest-oh ewe-oh-moh mair-ah-vee-lee-oh-so, eh pair ah-vair-eh same-pray mee trah-tah-to coh-meh par-te deh-la voh-stra fah-mee-lee-ah. Yo soh-no coh-see toh-cah-toh dal voh-stro ah-more-eh eh soh-stay-nyo.”

Enjoy! And I hope you make it to Italy, it’s the best place in the world!! 


Post # 6
3696 posts
Sugar bee

Another nice touch you might add is “Ti voglio bene.” Ms. Voyageur might be able to add her two cents in giving context for this expression, but, from what I understand, it means, “I want your good,” i.e. I want what is good for you, I want that which is to your benefit. It’s something that lovers say to one another in Italian (also close family members, like, a mother might say it to one of her children) and it’s a very sweet, caring thing to tell someone.


Post # 7
261 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

@engagedandelated: Hi there! I’m a native speaker, my parents are Italian and I grew up and live in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, Canton Ticino, near Italy. I’m glad you want to learn a few words of my beautiful language.

 Amore mio! Mi fai tanto felice. Voglio averti accanto per il resto dei miei giorni. Sei la vita mia!

(My love, you make me happy. I want to be with you for the rest of my days/forever. You’re my life)

Ti amo tanto! (I love you so much)

Oggi è il giorno più bello della mia vita (Today’s the happiest day of my life)


Good luckWink



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