once you have a rough idea of which lines you want to incorporate in your vows you can begin to build your own unique language as well. Some couples will add lines about a past relationship, and some will add lines about their future hopes and dreams. if you are looking to exchange and religious vows there will most certainly be a reference to a religious deity. If the vows will be secular in nature then no such reference will be necessary.
Writing your vows together can be one off the most romantic and meaningful parts of preparation for the wedding. A new bride and groom should take their time and enjoy his process and get to know each other along the way. This will make the exchange of vows during the wedding ceremony more meaningful.
Below. We provide you with two short examples of different ways that you can put together your own personal wedding vows for your wedding ceremony. These examples can serve as a basic outline and you can build your own personal vows around these examples.
I take you to be my husband/wife, my constant friend, my faithful partner and my love from this day forward. In the presence of the Almighty, our family and friends, I offer you my solemn vow to be my faithful partner in sickness and in health, in good times and in bad, and in joy as well as sorrow. I promise to love you unconditionally, to support you in your goals, to honor you, to respect you, to share with you your joys and sorrows, to cherish you as my better-half as long as we both live on this world.
With this ring I take you to be my friend, my husband, the father of my children. I promise you to stand by you in times of happiness and sorrow, in times of plenty and want, in times of failure and in times of triumph. I promise to care and protect you, to comfort and encourage you and to stay with you for all eternity.
'They Deserve It' presents you with an assortment of wedding vows which will not only set the tone of your marriage but make you marital life secured by divine blessings.