Wedding vows are a very special moment for many couples. After all,  it’s the moment when you are going to express out loud how you feel about that person. But the reality is that not all of us have a poet streak like Shakespeare, and writing your vows can be overwhelming! 

For many people it’s difficult to find the right words while trying to make them sound romantic in some way. And no one wants to be embarrassed by saying something bland in front of their guests and loved ones.

That is why today we have brought you a guide with tips that will help you focus on creating the perfect vows, without losing your sanity in the process.

Make Them Yours, After All, Are Your Wedding Vows

Most of the temple to write wedding vows are usually very rigid or structured. But you don’t have to follow that scheme 100%, remember that votes should feel genuine.

Feel free to color outside the lines and use the temples as a way to guide you but not an outline that you must follow completely.

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Don’t Forget to Say ” I Love You” in Your Vows

It is probably a very obvious thing to do when it comes to wedding vows. But you would be surprised to know how many couples accidentally forget to mention these magic words.
It is important when you have the draft of your vows to leave them aside one day and then reread them. Also, make sure you have at least mentioned “I love you” once in your declaration of love.

Through Thick and Thin

Do not forget to highlight in your wedding votes that you will be there for your partner through thick and thin.
Life and marriage are like a roller coaster ride with ups and downs! So, it is important to remind your loved one that you will be there when he needs you and will work things out as a team.
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Share Personal Stories in Your Wedding Vows

Sharing funny stories that you have shared together is always a good way to lighten the tension. It is also much more interesting for your friends or family to hear about those quirk moments.

Finally, remember that it is also okay to talk about the low moments. Relationships aren’t always rosy and talking about low moments reminds that person that you’ll be there by their side no matter what. Besides to spreading empathy among your guests who may feel identified.

Make Promises

The main point of  wedding vows is to make promises. Highlight those details that are important to you as a couple. Mention those things you plan to promise to him -or her- to be happy for the rest of their days. Say out loud that you will do your best and try to understand your partner when he needs you.

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