How To Write Wedding Vows (feat. Channing Tatum)

September 17, 2015 - 1 min read

Struggling what to say before ‘I do”. Let us help you get creative when it comes to your wedding vows, and write something that will move people.

5 Steps to Help You Put Pen to Paper:

Step 1

How did you meet? Perhaps it was like a scene right out of a movie — you looked into each other’s eyes for the first time and the whole world just stopped for a second. Or, it was just another day at the office. Either way, a great starting point is to jot down those first feelings.
“From the moment I first met you, I knew __________. I went home after our first date feeling __________.”

Step 2

Never underestimate the power of humour. Was there one moment where the object of your affection made you laugh so hard, that you knew you would become best friends? What about when you knew that they were different to every other person in the world? 
“That time when you ____________, you made me laugh. It made me see you in a different light, as the _____________ kind of person you are.”

Step 3

Do traditional vows resonate with you? Why not try incorporating parts of traditional vows with your own twist.
For better or for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, Visa or MasterCard, I promise to ___________.”

Step 4

An oldie but a goodie. Maybe it’s too unrealistic to promise to always put the toilet seat down/or to never get mad if the toilet seat is up, but what about promising to be the one who always mows the lawns?
“I promise to always ___________.”

Step 5

For inspiration here’s Channing Tatum. You’re welcome.

(Credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment, YouTube, The Vow (2012) Official Movie Trailer)

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