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"Express your Love with your Wedding Vows!"




"Will you love and honor each other as husband and wife
all the days of your lives"

Wedding vows are promises a bride and groom make during the wedding ceremony. Finding the wedding vows that express love and commitment is not easy to do. Reciting vows can be difficult for some. There are ways to do this without overwhelming nervousness.

Some of these ways are:

    "QUESTION AND ANSWER"

    This is where the officiant asks first the groom the bride a series of questions to which the reply is "I Do," "I Will," or "Yes."

    EXAMPLE:

    Do you Groom take Bride to be your wife? Do you promise to be true to her in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health? Will you love and honor her all the days of your life? Is this your solemn vow?

    Do you Bride take Groom to be your wife? Do you promise to be true to him in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health? Will you love and honor him all the days of your life? Is this your solemn vow?

    "Responsive Vow"

    This is where the officiant says a number of sentences that are first repeated by the groom and then the bride.

    EXAMPLE:

    I, Groom, take you, Bride, to be my wife. I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I will love and honor you all the days of my life. This is my solemn vow.

    I, Bride, take you, Groom, to be my husband. I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I promise to love and honor you all the days of my life. This is my solemn vow.

    "Written Vow"

    This is where the bride and groom read their vows to each other. This can be done tastefully and confidently.

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Write your own!

Another option is to write your own wedding vows. If you have the ability to do so, this is a wonderful and sincere way to express your love.
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If only one of you feels comfortable writing vows, you can help your fiancé write something heartfelt and meaningful.

It is not uncommon for couples to write their vows together. This lets them author something loving without surprises.

Remember to work together on these vows; they represent the promises for your future lives.

Where else to go

There are many sources of information for your vows. Religious vows are available from your place of worship. These vows vary depending on the religion.

Visit your local library to research books with examples of vows you can use or modify for use.

The library may seem old fashioned with the internet so readily available but you may find some old books with vows that may not be on the net.

Of course, there's also the internet. A vast number of usable vows can be found here.

One of the best ways to find vows you want to say is to get a book of vows that can also show special vows like Jewish wedding vows. This way you and your fiancé can sit down and spend the time together writing these important words with which you will promise your everlasting love on your wedding day.

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