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Write Wedding Vows Easily Even If You Are Not a Wordsmith

Feb 11, 2008
Welcoming the thought of getting married itself is not easy with the generation next people who are very much career inclined buffs. They rather stay and live in together but would not want to get wedded. They regard marriage as a nerve raking experience and do not want to take a chance. But believe marriage makes you a complete person and you would want to stay married if you into wedlock. So when the wedding bells start ringing in your life welcome them and the rings of joy and happiness stay in your life forever.

So far so good, but remember marriage is not a one-day affair. It needs well execution of neatly planned events to sail smoothly. As soon as the marriage date gets finalized, you should start gearing up and tucking up for the most awaited moment of your life. Well! You deserve so much for that moment of your life. And if you are poetic you may plan to write down your own vows, but write them in a way that they remain fresh in your (the couple) memories for a lifetime.

God! Write wedding vows on my own? This could be your response but it is certainly not a Herculean and you can pen down easily and believe us it will be pleasure-filled experience and no jitters whatsoever. Nevertheless you need to have clear idea of what to write. Organize your clutter of ideas and thoughts into sweetly laced phrases.

Indeed the idea of writing wedding vows by themselves has become raze and craze in the modern day Western weddings. Most of the couples are passionate of writing down on their own their wedding vows.

All said and done you must remember to write vows in a unique way and if you are going to just copy/paste from different sources, you need not say that they are your own. Write them uniquely and make your guests remember them for long as well.

Wedding vows can be more of personal expression, so it doesn't matter if you are a perfect writer or not if you can send your expression even through simple words its fine and do not worry. Flowery words are not everyone's cuppa and everyone cannot be wordsmith even. But speaking the heart and the soul out will make the audience spellbound. Grammar is secondary although it should not obstruct the flow of the promises you make to your groom/bride. Speak your heart out as to why you appreciate him/her and what quality in him/her makes him/her stand apart in a crowd. Why you have chosen him/her for your life. Add what you expect of him/her and what you are going to treat him/her with. Write down all of these and do some refinement. Funnel out the deepest feelings you have for him/her.

Read through all that is being written once again and tweak it to some fineness. Reading aloud too will help you to edit wherever necessary. Call your confidant and read them to him/her. Take their suggestions and finalize the script.

Do not be surprised to see many moistened eyes once you finished reading your own wedding vows and you might be overwhelmed with the groom/bride echoing the same feelings as you've had for him/her.
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