Your Wedding Vows

Wedding vows are an integral part of your ceremony. Anything from “I Do” to a long proclamation is appropriate. They are the cheapest element of your wedding because they are essentially FREE.

There are countless ways to leave a lasting impression with your words. Before you decide on how you will do yours, consult with the officiating person of your ceremony to get their input. Work with your future spouse to decide the way you will convey your wedding promise.

There are several ways to express yourself. There are traditional, non-traditional, create-your-own, ethnic, etc. The list goes on.

We recommend that you use the internet as a reference as there are many sources on the subject.

Some Wedding Vow Tips:

  • Find pre-written templates and just fill in the blanks.
  • Use poetry to express your feelings.
  • Write a letter to one another proclaiming you love and devotion.
  • Use inspirational stories.
  • Incorporate song lyrics that have special meaning to you and your fiancé.
  • Use bible passages or writings from your faith.
  • Print your oath on pretty paper and distribute before the ceremony.
  • Print your words on small cards and place at each setting in the reception.
  • Don’t forget to use your sense of humor where appropriate.

Wedding vows are very personal and should reflect you and your fiancé’s personalities and feelings for each other. Short stories about how you met or things you have in common add a special touch.

Remember, this is your moment to tell everyone about your love for one another!


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