18 Hilarious & Heartwarming Blended Family Wedding Scripts

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Ah, blended families—where love multiplies, and so does the wedding seating chart complexity. Let’s be real; traditional wedding scripts just don’t cut it when merging two families.

That’s why you’re here, right? To find a script that honors not just the couple tying the knot, but also the rest of the new family —complete with step-siblings, step-parents, and maybe even a step-hamster.

So, grab your “something borrowed” and your “something blue” because we’re diving into the world of blended family wedding scripts.

Let’s get this party started!

Blended Family Wedding Vows

Script 1: The “All-Inclusive Love Fest”

Officiant:
Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to celebrate not just the union of [Bride] and [Groom], but also the blending of two families, each with its own set of Netflix passwords and secret recipes.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange traditional vows)

Officiant:
Now, let’s make this a family affair. Would the children of [Bride] and [Groom] please come forward?

Children:
(Step forward)

Officiant:
Do you promise to be kind, to share your toys, and to occasionally let your parents sleep in on weekends?

Children:
We do.

Bride and Groom:
We promise to love and support you, and to keep the cookie jar filled to the brim.

Officiant:
By the power vested in me, I now pronounce you a happily blended family. You may now update your Facebook statuses.


Script 2: The “Love and Laughter” Edition

Officiant:
We’re here today to do something amazing: blend two families into one. Think of it as making a smoothie—you’ve got different ingredients, but together they make something delicious.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows, possibly with a dash of humor)

Officiant:
Now, for the kids. Come on up, future step-siblings!

Children:
(Step forward)

Officiant:
Do you swear to uphold the sacred duty of being a sibling, which includes but is not limited to, not snitching and taking the blame for small, inconsequential things?

Children:
We do.

Bride and Groom:
We vow to create a home filled with love, laughter, and a never-ending supply of snacks.

Officiant:
Well, there you have it. I now pronounce you a blended family. Go forth and blend harmoniously!

Script 3: “The Unity Sand Ceremony”

Officiant:
We’re here to celebrate a love story, but not just any love story—a love story that comes with sequels, prequels, and spin-offs. Yes, we’re blending families!

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Now, let’s pour some sand into this unity vase to symbolize the blending of your families.

Family Members:
(Each pours a layer of colored sand into a vase)

Officiant:
Just like these grains of sand, you are now inseparable. I pronounce you a blended family!


Script 4: “The Family Pledge”

Officiant:
Love is what brings us here today, but it’s also what brought these two families together. So let’s make it official!

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Kids, do you promise to be the best step-siblings you can be?

Children:
We do.

Officiant:
I now pronounce you a united family. Go forth and create new traditions!


Script 5: “The Family Tree Planting”

Officiant:
We’re planting more than love today; we’re planting a family tree.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Now, each family member will add a scoop of soil to this potted tree.

Family Members:
(Add soil)

Officiant:
May your family tree grow strong and tall. You’re officially blended!


Script 6: “The Candle Ceremony”

Officiant:
Two flames are about to become one big, happy bonfire.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each child will now light a candle to represent their place in this new family.

Children:
(Light candles)

Officiant:
You’re now a blended family, glowing brighter together!


Script 7: “The Family Vows”

Officiant:
Today, we’re not just saying ‘I do’; we’re saying ‘We do.’

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Kids, do you vow to accept and support your new family?

Children:
We do.

Officiant:
You’re now a blended family. Let the family game nights begin!


Script 8: “The Time Capsule”

Officiant:
We’re sealing more than vows today; we’re sealing memories.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each family member will now place a memento into this time capsule.

Family Members:
(Place items)

Officiant:
In five years, open this capsule and marvel at how far you’ve come as a family.


Script 9: “The Family Medley”

Officiant:
Love is the song, and today we’re adding new verses.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each child will now ring a bell to signify their joining the family.

Children:
(Ring bells)

Officiant:
You’re now a harmonious blended family!


Script 10: “The Family Recipe”

Officiant:
Love is the main ingredient, but today we’re adding some spices.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each family member will now add an ingredient to this family stew pot.

Family Members:
(Add ingredients)

Officiant:
Stir well, let it simmer, and enjoy your new family recipe!


Script 11: “The Family Quilt”

Officiant:
Today, we’re stitching together more than hearts; we’re stitching together lives.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each child will now add a patch to this family quilt.

Children:
(Add patches)

Officiant:
You’re now a cozy, blended family!

Script 12: “The Family Knot”

Officiant:
Today, we’re tying more than a marital knot; we’re tying a family knot.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each family member will now tie a knot in this family rope.

Family Members:
(Tie knots)

Officiant:
You’re now a tightly-knit blended family!


Script 13: “The Family Banner”

Officiant:
Love is the banner under which we gather today.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each child will now add a piece to this family banner.

Children:
(Add pieces)

Officiant:
You’re now a blended family, united under love!


Script 14: “The Family Puzzle”

Officiant:
Today, we’re solving the most beautiful puzzle: a blended family.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each family member will now place a puzzle piece into this family puzzle.

Family Members:
(Place pieces)

Officiant:
You’re now a complete picture of a blended family!


Script 15: “The Family Cookbook”

Officiant:
Today, we’re adding a new recipe to the family cookbook: love.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each child will now read a family recipe they’d like to add to the family cookbook.

Children:
(Read recipes)

Officiant:
You’re now a deliciously blended family!


Script 16: “The Family Compass”

Officiant:
Today, we’re setting a new direction: a blended family.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each family member will now point this compass in a direction that signifies their hopes for the family.

Family Members:
(Point compass)

Officiant:
You’re now a blended family, navigating life together!


Script 17: “The Family Timekeeper”

Officiant:
Today, we’re not just marking a moment; we’re marking a new era for this family.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each child will now set a time on this family clock to signify a special moment they look forward to.

Children:
(Set times)

Officiant:
You’re now a blended family, ticking in harmony!


Script 18: “The Family Playlist”

Officiant:
Today, we’re composing a new family playlist, filled with love and harmony.

Bride and Groom:
(Exchange vows)

Officiant:
Each family member will now name a song that represents their feelings about this new family.

Family Members:
(Name songs)

Officiant:
You’re now a blended family, ready to dance through life together!

Wrapping It Up

And there you have it, folks—the ultimate guide to blended family wedding scripts that’ll make even the most skeptical teen say, “Alright, this is kinda cool.”

Remember, the goal isn’t just to get hitched; it’s to unite two families in a way that feels genuine and, dare we say, fun.

So whether you’re incorporating a sand ceremony to symbolize your blended lives or having each kid read a line of a special poem, the key is to make everyone feel included.

Go ahead, mix and match from our suggestions, throw in a personal anecdote or two, and create a ceremony that’s as unique as your modern family. After all, weddings are about love, and there’s plenty of that to go around in a blended family.

Now, who’s got the rings?

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  • Cam Russo

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