WEDDING STYLE BLOG

Inspiration for the Long Island Bride

  • Date: Aug 30, 2017
  • Author: Long Island Bride and Groom
  • Category: Articles   

To be or not to be, that is the question? Oh wait, wrong event. The question still remains though, to write your own vows or recite the traditional vows. You are deep in the wedding planning process now and you've reached the part about the exchanging of vows. You've known for years that you would really love to write your own vows, but you aren't sure where to begin. The very first step you should take before writing your own vows is making sure that you and your partner are on the same page when it comes to vow writing. If you aren't equally committed, it will show in your vows. There is no right or wrong answer to traditional versus DIY vows; just what is right for you as a couple. 

No matter what, though, writing and voicing your own personal vows in front of your soon-to-be spouse and closest family and friends will add a deeply personal touch to the event and will be a highlight of your wedding day. 

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