Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Your Personal Wedding Vows

Some people are more than happy with having a traditional wedding. Everything is done by the book, fancy wedding dress, white limo, traditional reception, speeches, honeymoon and the list goes on. But there are other people who like to do things not by the book. They want the big day to be remembered for things, which other people may not like to do. Personalizing your wedding vows is a great way to make an impact at the ceremony and something that people will remember for a long time to come.

Most people are used to hearing the more traditional vows that are said at thousands of weddings each year. Yes, they are important but saying in your own words, how you feel about your partner and what you will promise to them for the rest of your life makes a more dramatic statement.

Before starting to write your wedding vows, you should consult with the person who will be performing the ceremony, to make sure that is will be all right to change the words. Some religious people may not like to change the existing words. So make sure they agree before you begin, as you wouldn’t want to waste any time over it. Once they agree, you can them get started.

The first thing to do, is to look at the traditional wedding vows. Look at what it means and what is expressed. Then think about how you can change the sentences into your own unique words. If you need help, then have a look on the internet and you’re sure to find many examples that will save you a lot of time and effort. You’ll be amazed just how much information you’ll find and how quickly your wedding vows will begin to take shape!

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