If you are writing your vows and are having a difficult time getting started I have a few tips for you.
- Start by asking yourself, “What will I bring to this marriage?”
- Refer to your most memorable times as a couple.
- Be alone when writing your vows.
- Be sure to keep your vows in a safe place.
- Get inspiration from a card, note or photo.
- Go to https://www.theknot.com/content/real-couple-vows You will find inspiration from couples and hopeful make writing your vows a task that is completed easily.
- Also, take a look at our previous post Memorable Vows and Promises.
You may want to keep a notebook close by to jot down your thoughts. When you have lots of material start writing your vows.
Also, do you want your vows written in a small book, on a single piece of paper, on your phone or just wing it? If you are winging it, your vows should be more than 1 minute but less than 3. Vows are a very personal exchange of heartfelt, funny and sentimental statements that could result in lots of laughs. If tears are expected, be ready with a tissue or handkerchief.