Colorado Wedding Ministers

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Is there a difference between wedding vows and a wedding script?

Yes, there is!

Your vows are the words that you say to each other that define your promises, and how you feel about each other.

Many couples find that writing their vows one of the most stressful aspects of their ceremonies. We never ask you to remember your wedding ceremony vows. You may have a hard enough time just being present to your ceremony, without trying to remember those words you practiced all night on.

We know writing your own personalized wedding vows can be a daunting task, but it's not quite as hard as it looks. Here are four easy steps that you can follow to write your own wedding vows.

1.      Make sure that everyone is on the same page. Talk to your future spouse and make sure that he/she is okay with personalized wedding vows.

2.      Answer some simple questions Yep, it's homework time. Sit down in a quiet space with paper and pen and answer these questions. Even if you don't think the answer will end up in your wedding vows, still take the time to write it down. It may help you in the long run.

1.What is the single greatest thing about the person you are going to marry?

2. When did you know that you were in love and knew that this person was the one you wanted to marry?

3. What does marriage mean to you?

4. Why do you want to be a married person?

5.What will change about your relationship once you are married? What will stay the same?

6.What is your most favorite memory of your partner.

3. Consult your officiant. We have a large variety of wedding vows, as well as passages of poetry, love stories, and famous writings about love in our online library. Also, the internet is amazing for looking up poems, and readings. You can even customize them to fit your vows.

4. If that didn't work, try our Mad Lib Vows!

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