Despite the familiar feeling that it is daunting to write your wedding vows, there are a few basics that you can write your vows against and have the best wedding speech ever. A wedding vow may appear to be an individual thing. However, you should discuss the types of vows you want. Human expectations and needs are different, and they may differ between you and your partner. Also, there is also the part where the guests compare your promises to those of your partner. Since the vows are not a competition, discuss the length of the vows, the moral weight of the vows and the tone. Once you both agree on the quality and content, then you can write them out with a few tweaks to celebrate your love. Here are a few ideas to make your wedding vows beautifully.
If you consider some information too personal to disclose to the guests, you may choose the traditional wedding vows. If you mean the words you and your partner are saying, the traditional vows are not annoying as they appear to be. You can tweak the traditional vows to create a funny effect or a romantic effect. For instance, “I (Name), take you, (Name) to be my lawfully wedded (husband/wife) and partner in crime, for richer, for poorer, for better, for worse, in sickness and in health, for when love and when we fight. I promise to love, honor, and cherish you, to return your serves and do my best to kiss you every morning.”
You may choose to personalize your wedding vows which is the most popular way to go about it. Your vows can be anything from the lyrics of a song to a famous poem. The central idea is to tell of the love that is in your heart in the best way possible to the world. With the personalized vows, one has a chance to pledge whatever they want to their partner. You could choose to give a vow, quality or mixed qualities-pledge as your vow. The vow pledge is the one you form commitments to your partner. It doesn’t matter the type and number of promises you want to make since you are giving them to your loved one. For instance, “My darling Bill, today I promise myself to you as a good wife, best friend and soul mate. I promise to love you even when I don’t like you very much. I promise always to hold your hand. I promise to help you back up when you fall down and not just when we’re drunk.” The qualities pledge are different in that, you tell your partner the reasons you love them and why you are marrying them. For example, “I, Candy, take you Paul, just the way you are. For being the kindest and warmest person, I know. For loving me so honestly and passionately and for sharing all your dreams and wishes with me.” It considered a bit clumsy unless put together with the vow pledge to create a mixed qualities pledge vow.
Finally, when giving your wedding vows to your loved one, it is essential to put yourself in your future partner’s shoes and weigh if they will like.