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wedding vow basics

Whether you're writing your own wedding vows or planning to have a more traditional wedding ceremony, exchanging your wedding vows can be one of the most memorable moments of your wedding day. If you're writing your vows and don't know where to start, check out our 20 Tips for Writing your Wedding Vows, or get inspired by other couples with these romantic wedding vows from real weddings. If, on the other hand, you're planning a traditional wedding ceremony, use our wedding vows wording wizard to find traditional wedding vows for different faiths. Just remember: Whether you opt for romantic wedding vows or vows with cultural or religious significance, the words you share should be a reflection of yourselves as a couple. Of course, your vows aren't the only part of the ceremony you need to prepare for -- your processional and recessional songs will play a large part in setting the tone for your wedding ceremony. And there are even more ways to personalize your wedding ceremony: with a meaningful reading or wedding programs that let your personalities come through. We'll even help you find the right ceremony officiant to make sure your ceremony goes smoothly. Renewing your vows? We'll help you plan that, too, with this step-by-step guide to wedding vow renewal.

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Vows Wording Wizard

Need a little assistance to select the most important words on your wedding day? Choose an option below for some basic guidelines and ideas for your wedding vows.

 

Our Ceremony + Vow Ideas Editor, Vi-An N.