Lots of couples are avoiding the traditional wedding “ceremony script” these days, and writing a script that is specific to their lives & relationship. Obviously the MAIN part of that, is the exchanging of vows. Many brides would like to write and memorize their own vows, but honestly, when the wedding day gets here, memorizing a script can put a LOT of unnecessary stress on the bride and groom. You can write your own vows, and still say them as “repeat after me”. It’s quite simple, just hand your script to the minister. They are still YOUR words, without the stress. Your vows are your LIFETIME PROMISES, so make sure they reflect your lives.
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I’d like to share MY vows to my husband. I wrote them, and included my new stepdaughter, Bailey.
You are my best friend, playmate, confidant, inspiration, accomplice and my true counterpart
You are the love of my life, and you make me happier than I could ever imagine….
and more loved, than I ever thought possible.
You have made me a better person, as our love for one another is reflected in the way I live my life.
I promise to love and care for you, and I will try in every way, to be worthy of your love.
I promise to help shoulder our challenges
I promise to encourage your individuality.
I promise to be honest with you, kind, patient, and forgiving.
I promise to respect and honor you
I promise unconditional love and trust, through sickness and health, sorrow and success
I promise to be your partner in all things
Not possessing you, but working with you, as a part of the whole.
I promise to maintain a healthy home, and nurture our family
I promise to love Bailey as my own, and always have her best interests at heart.
I am truly blessed to be a part of your life, which as of today,
becomes our life together, until the day we take our last breath.
My sweet Kenneth, I pledge to you my faithfulness, my love, and my life.
This is my sacred vow to you.