What do you pray for a bride?

Benevolent God, by Your grace and power, we are gathered here today to celebrate and honor (bride). We pray that You always guide (bride) to do the right thing, find strength in her faith, and be kind to others. May You bless (bride) and (partner)’s union with happiness, fortune, and resilience. Amen.

How do you start a wedding prayer?

Gracious Father God, we give you thanks for your gift of enduring love and your presence here with us now as we witness the vows of marriage between (We ask you to bless this couple in their union and throughout their life together as husband and wife. Keep and guide them from this day forward.

How do you bless the bride and groom?

“Rejoice in your love for each other! God bless you now and always.” “God bless this marriage and may your love for each other continue to grow.” “May God bless the two of you abundantly in love, joy, and happiness.”

What is a blessing before a wedding?

What Is a Wedding Blessing? A wedding blessing acts as a declaration of approval of the union, especially in cultures where family and community are important. Religious wedding blessings typically appeal to a higher power to watch over the couple and lead them to a long and prosperous marriage.

How do you wish a bride on her wedding?


  1. Best wishes!
  2. We’re/I’m so happy for you!
  3. Wishing you lots of love and happiness.
  4. Wishing you a long and happy marriage.
  5. Wishing you the best today and always.
  6. So happy to celebrate this day with you both!
  7. Best wishes for a fun-filled future together.
  8. Wishing you fulfillment of every dream!

What is the wedding prayer?

Wedding Prayer 1: Bless their marriage, O God, as they begin their journey down the road of life together. We don’t know what lies ahead for the road turns and bends. But help them to make the best of whatever comes their way. Help them to continue to enjoy each other as they did when they first met.

What is a Sheva?

Definition of ‘sheva’ 1. a mark placed under a consonant in Hebrew writing to denote an absent vowel sound. 2. a schwa or neutral vowel in an unstressed syllable.