Heartfelt Wedding Ceremony Vows
Saying; “I Do!”
Two Little Words “I Do!” and you’re married. Seems so simple; yet, this moment signifies the beginning of your married life together. What started out with a simple yes begins a vast array of choices and decisions to be made together. In the process the bride and groom begin to learn how to make these choices and decisions together as a “we”.
Eloping has come to describe many different kinds of small intimate weddings; both spontaneous and planned. More and more couples are embracing this private and personal form of nuptial. Creative wedding options offer “hybrid elopements” typically distinguished by a simple service and small guest list. Elopement packages feature ceremonies that focus on the couple.
On the day you stand together at the altar as bride and groom to take your wedding vows, you will also have a wedding officiant with you. For marriage vows to be truly memorable, you need just the right person at the altar with you, a wedding officiant willing to create the perfect ceremony that captures your personalities and beliefs. Some couples would like to just say “I do” and be done. Some to speak loving words to each other. Others would prefer not to speak at all. Many wedding ceremonies include three sets of vows spoken by the bride and groom. Personal vows – signify devotion. Formal vows – the “I do” signify commitment. Ring vows – the words spoken during the symbolic exchange of the rings signifies unity.
What makes a vow personal and meaningful? How can the vows you take be expressed in a timeless way? Vows speak to the vision of a marriage; they reach beyond the here and now, far beyond the past, and into your future together.
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