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Writing Your Own Vows | Jubilee Weddings and Events

Updated: Dec 6, 2023

You're engaged, and your wedding is right around the corner... have you decided if you want to write your own vows, or did you want an officiant to lead you through the ceremony, and keep your vows private?

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Crafting wedding vows is a unique opportunity for couples to express their deepest emotions, dreams, and promises to each other. In this blog post, we will offer guidance on creating vows that are both meaningful and timeless.

  1. Reflecting on Your Relationship: Before writing anything down, take some time to reflect on your relationship. What moments in your relationship stand out the most? What challenges have you overcome together? Consider the values, experiences, and qualities that make your relationship unique.

  2. Personalize Your Promises: While traditional vows hold a certain charm, adding a personal touch makes them more meaningful. Share specific promises that reflect your intentions for the future. Adding some personality into your vows will also keep your guests engaged, (even though it's not about them)!

  3. Speak from the Heart: Authenticity is key when writing your wedding vows. Speak from the heart and let your true emotions shine through. Why did you two fall in love? What qualities do you love about each other? Add some cliches if you want, but they're not interested!

  4. Balance Emotion and Humor: Wedding vows can be emotional, but don't be afraid to infuse a bit of humor! Laughter can be a powerful bonding experience, and incorporating lighthearted moments into your vows can set a joyful tone for your marriage. Have a balance between sincerity and comedy relief. Make it your own!

We hope your vows are a true testament to your relationship and love. Congratulations on your engagement, and cheers to the rest of your lives!

Jubilee Weddings and Events

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