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It's Two-Cents Tuesday! Your question is....Angela Maria, we need help writing our wedding vows! Where do we begin?

May 9, 2017

 

Great question!  Couples that choose to write and recite their own wedding vows for their big day often worry about what to say and how to say it.  I have some great tips to share but the most important thing for you to remember is this - there are no rules, rights or wrongs.  Sit down, grab a glass of wine or two, a pen and a sheet of paper (or whatever you kids use nowadays to record your thoughts), and think about your answers to these questions.  

 

1 - When did you fall in love?  Why?

2 - When did you say "I Love You" for the first time?

3 - What qualities do you most admire in each other?

4 - What does your partner bring out in you?

5 - What ways are you alike?  Different?  How do you complement one another?

6 - Why did you choose to get married?

7 - What have you supported each other through?

8 - What do you have together that you don't have apart from one another?

9 - What do you want to accomplish together?

10 - What, in your view, is the most important part of marriage?

 

See?  Now you have some good stuff to use!

 

A few other tips!

 

1 - Start early!  Don't leave writing your vows until the day before!

2 - Don't make them too long.  Your vows should get at the heart of what marrying this person means to you; pick the most important points and make them well.

3 - Have your final version ready a few days before your wedding.  Practice them out loud.

4 - Make sure your officiant has your final copy of your vows so that he/she can have them ready to hand to you during the ceremony.  

 

That's it!  Remember - there are no rights or wrongs here.  You can also borrow from poetry, scripture, movies, books, even from a journal you keep.  Whatever it is, I'm sure the words  you put together for each other will be absolutely perfect.  Be yourselves.  

 

Happy vow writing!!

 

 

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