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Wedding Vow Ideas

It would be hard not to love the idea of beautifully written verse and deep and meaningful words spoken in mellifluous tones but don’t be put off if you are not a fan of classic literature and don’t use words you don’t fully understand. All, that will happen is that you will feel foolish and the sentiment will be lost. Don’t be afraid to include a particularly poignant song lyric or quote from a favourite film, book or poem if it has meaning for you.

“You had me at hello” is just as romantic as anything by Keats or Byron if it means something to you both.

Incidentally, there is nothing wrong with promising to wash the dishes or cook the dinner either! Just make sure you mean it.

Below are two suggested ideas for wedding vows but don’t just copy them add your own words, change things around and make them your own.

All that I am and all that I have, I offer to you in love and in happiness

From this our wedding day and every day from now I will love and comfort you when you are sad,
I will hold you close in my arms and laugh with you when you are joyful.
I will prize you above all others and remain faithful to you all the days of our lives.

Although this is short it sums up the whole idea of marriage as a joining together of hearts and minds.

The second idea follows the more traditional line of making a series of promises.

I will love you all the days of our lives together
I will share you with your family and friends.
I will allow you space when you need your own private time
I will celebrate with you when you are joyous.
If we meet with sickness, poverty or sadness,
I will be there to comfort you, care for your physical, emotional,
and spiritual needs,
I will dry your tears, and help ease your breaking heart;
There is no where I would rather be than at your side.