Complete Guide to Writing Wedding Vows

Wedding couple laughing during vows portion of their ceremony. Photos by La Vida Creations Photography.

Want personal vows that are meaningful to you?  Don’t want to start from a blank sheet of paper or search for hours on the web looking for the right wording?   If you answered yes to either, or both of these questions, you need to purchase this guide.

Based on our years of experience, and independent of who is officiating the wedding ceremony, the couple getting married should be the one to write, or at least help write their vows. And, since there are multiple ways for doing vows based on how comfortable you are with reading in front of people and how emotional you expect to be on your wedding day, shouldn’t you be the one to decide not only what you say, but how you say it?  This guide covers the multiple format options for how you can do your vows, and for each format, includes pages and pages of samples that will help you by providing words and phrases that speak to you and represent what you want to share with and promise your partner.

This guide is a 30 page downloadable .pdf available immediately after purchase. PLEASE NOTE – if you are having a friend or family member officiate your wedding and want to help insure you receive a wonderful wedding ceremony that fits you, and is delivered well, check out our other Asked to Officiate products here.

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