Not your ordinary quote within dialogue, mind you--those I've got down, single quotation marks inside the dialogue's double quotes.

But no matter how I type this, it looks just wrong, wrong, and the ever-popular wrong.

"I meant it when I said, 'Til death do us part.' Didn't you?"

The trouble stems from 'Til requiring its own apostrophe for the missing letters while also being the first word of the quote within the dialogue. Since it's a well-known line meant to be recognized as part of a wedding ceremony, my usual solution--rephrase until the problem goes away--isn't apt.

What do you all think, is the way it's written above correct enough? (I'm also waffling on whether to put a comma after said.)

Maryn, who should know better than to write when she's too tired to know her own grammar