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Photo by Armitage Photography There is so much information about writing your own vows for your wedding that it can be a little daunting. You can read about it online and in books, and people will offer you advice and give you tons of rules, outlines, and other information about putting your vows together.
They are your wedding vows, after all! They should reflect who you are, who your partner is, and the relationship that you share.
In my mind, the best vows talk about your past, your present, and your future.
They give you a unique opportunity to make promises and ideals that you will build one of the most important relationships of your life on. Here are my top five hints and tricks for writing your own vows: Our delicious unity beer ceremony was… hopping plus our ceremony wording!
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Or maybe you can each repeat the same, traditional vows, and add a few lines of personalization at the end. That can be a great way to alleviate some of the pressure of writing your own vows, if you know you only need to write a sentence or two.
If you get stuck on your vowsor are having trouble figuring out how to finish them, give them to a new set of eyes. Your officiant, a bridal party member, friend, or family member probably will have some insight and thoughts to help you out.
No joke — the ring vows I used in my own wedding ceremony were from an episode of Gossip Girl. It can really help to create a great base that you can build your vows from! What is that special little thing that you want to sneak into your vows?
What do you love about your partner? What do they do that always makes you smile? Is there a moment or a time you are looking forward to sharing? Is there something special you want to promise?
Still not feeling it? Write two or three sentences about each of these elements.
Combined together, they make beautiful vows. Begin by talking about something you love about your partner, or something they have contributed to their lives. This is a great spot to include an anecdote or story that brings this moment to life. For example, in my own wedding, my husband talked about the day that we met, and how that was the day that his whole life changed.
Next, include some promises. Ones that you will look to guide your marriage. These can be serious: What do you look forward to sharing in your marriage? What are your goals, your aspirations, the qualities you want to embody as a couple?
This outline, combined with the other suggestions, can create really beautiful, personal vows, without a lot of extra work! More help writing your wedding vows:Love Song Lyrics with Chords for Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo, Mandolin etc.-Titles index page + Contemporary and Classic Love Lyrics with chords, including printable PDF version.
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