If Banns are to be published, the following form is used
I publish the Banns of Marriage between N. N.. of ______ and N. N.. of ______. If any of you know just cause why they may not be joined together in Holy Matrimony, you are bidden to declare it. This is the first (or second, or third) time of asking.
The Celebration and Blessing of a Marriage may be used with any authorized liturgy for the Holy Eucharist. This service then replaces the Ministry of the Word, and the Eucharist begins with the Offertory.
After the Declaration of Consent, if there is to be a giving in marriage, or presentation, the Celebrant asks
Who gives (presents) this woman to be married to this man?
or the following
Who presents this woman and this man to be married to each other?
To either question, the appropriate answer is, "I do." If more than one person responds, they do so together.
For the Ministry of the Word it is fitting that the man and woman to be married remain where they may conveniently hear the reading of Scripture. They may approach the Altar, either for the exchange of vows, or for the Blessing of the Marriage.
It is appropriate that all remain standing until the conclusion of the Collect. Seating may be provided for the wedding party, so that all may be seated for the Lessons and the homily.
The Apostles' Creed may be recited after the Lessons, or after the homily, if there is one.
When desired, some other suitable symbol of the vows may be used in place of the ring.
At the Offertory, it is desirable that the bread and wine be presented to the ministers by the newly married persons. They may then remain before the Lord's Table and receive Holy Communion before other members of the congregation.