Aug 22, 2012

Wedding Vows

When planning your wedding, you might want to consider composing your own wedding vows rather than use the traditional ones.

Your vows are the most important words that will be spoken on your wedding day. When writing your wedding vows, this is no easy task. You have to do some prior planning and if the church allows you to add your own vows. Sometimes, you will be stuck to the traditional vows of the church.

If you are not getting married in a church, you should check with the officiant who performs the ceremony if it is allowed to substitute your vows. You should write your vows in advance so; you won't miss any single word. It is also a good idea for you and your spouse to write your vows together so; you will be on the same page. When composing your vows, it is okay to use words from your favorite songs, poems or lines from your favorite movie. Be sure to practice so the lines will flow easily.

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