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I am sure you feel that your love for your fiancé is truly unique, a special bond between the two of you that no one else will ever experience in quite the same way. You are right. Vows that you exchange with your beloved are one of the most critical parts of your wedding.

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Traditional Wedding Vows
Some people use the purely traditional vows of their religious institution. The traditional vows are something that has taken place for generations and will continue to be woven through the fabric of our society for generations to come. "With this ring, I thee wed" will always bring an automatic emotional response to your guests. Be sure to pay attention to the words of the vow you will be taking. You may not want to promise to "obey" unless you actually mean to do so. Neither you nor your partner may be excited by the idea that the man promises to give his earthly possessions while the woman promises her fidelity —while the corresponding oaths are left unsaid.

Example of a Traditional Wedding Vow
"In the name of God, I, Name take you, ______to be my wife/husband, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, until death do us part. This is my solemn vow."

Writing your Own Vows
You may prefer to write your own Vows. Writing your own vows can be an intensely moving and intimate way to create a ceremony that truly reflects the way you feel about each other. Decide whether you each want to each say the same vow or if you would like to each say something different. First discuss the general rules for your vows. For example, about how long they should be (ex. 5 sentences), that they should use the words "I love you" or "You are my best friend", etc. in them. It’s Important to talk to each other about your marriage, discussing your beliefs, dreams, and expectations. Take notes on this conversation and use it as the foundation for building your own custom made vows. Once you identify the things that are the most important to you, then you can decide how best to express them.

Here are some questions to get you started:

  • When and where did you first meet?
  • What was the state of your life before the two of you met?
  • At what point did you realize you were in love? Describe the feeling.
  • What inspires you about your loved one?
  • What life goals and dreams do you share?
  • What have you learned from each other?
  • What qualities make your love unique? What qualities will keep it strong?
  • How has your view of the world changed since you fell in love?
  • What do you most look forward to about life with this person?
  • What are some special moments in your relationship, either happy or sad, humorous or profound?

After your wedding, if your vows were especially meaningful to you, type them up, print them on nice paper, and frame them to hang in your house. This way, you will never forget them and you will always be reminded of how special and sacred they are to your marriage.

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