Wedding Ceremony Wording Ideas

Words do not come easy, they say, and when the pressure of a wedding ceremony is squashing your wits you need to perform a search for wedding ceremony wording ideas. The exchanging of vows is the most important part of the wedding ceremony and it is also the most breathlessly expected by the guests, so you have to do your best to not let them down and also impress your spouse.
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We will not remind you about the structure of a wedding vow, for we are sure you already have an idea about the way it should sound. Therefore, we will just skip forward to the content of the vow and present you some examples that will hopefully help you find your words easier.

As such, here are a couple of vows to analyze and consider. First, that of the groom to his bride: “I, John, take you, Mary, in holy matrimony and hereby, in front of all our guests, promise to always love you and support you. Through thick and thin, I will always be there and share everything with you. You make me the happiest man on this earth, and I promise I will give my best to make you happy, too.

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Wedding Ceremony Wording Ideas

This I vow to you.” In return, the bride’s wording could be: “I, Mary, take you, John, to be my wedded husband, to love and cherish you until death do us part. I promise to always cater to you and take every chance I get to show my appreciation and affection towards you. You mean the world to me and I will always stand by your side. So help me God.”

If you find the above vows samples to be too serious, you could insert a few funny words to describe your temper or your spouse’s. It always helps to put a smile on your attendees’ faces and it also distracts everyone from the soberness of the moment. Furthermore, words come a lot easier in a more relaxed frame. Although declaring your love is not something you do every day, you should make an effort and express exactly the way you feel. Try not the use ‘i love you’ too many times, though, even if they are the ones that match your feelings best.

Seek and read as many examples as you can before actually starting to put something on paper. You need to have the most appropriate wording for your wedding vows and you can achieve that only after a thorough search.