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Write Amazing Wedding Vows That Will Make You Cry and You’ll Always Remember

Write Amazing Wedding Vows You’ll Always Remember

Nothing says I love you more than getting married and entering into a lifelong commitment with your partner. The most important part of the ceremony is the vows you make as a couple. It’s become quite commonplace to create and write your vows, rather than repeating the traditional church or magistrate lines that people have said for hundreds of years. 

However, for many couples, this is a daunting and challenging task. What do you include? Should they be funny? Serious? Do they need to be romantic? What stories should we have, if any? There are a lot of questions that you both need to answer to get exactly what you both want out of your handwritten vows. It’s not as simple as just right something cutesy and makes a few silly promises, and then you’re done. 

Writing memorable vows can be broken down into three phases: Planning, writing and editing, and practising reciting them. Without these three key stages, your vows will be lacklustre and more than likely be forgotten by the wayside. 

So, why is planning your vows so important? 

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Planning an Outdoor Wedding at Home: Decorating Your Yard for a Wedding and Reception

Planning an Outdoor Wedding at Home Decorating Your Yard for a Wedding and Reception

Creating the perfect outdoor wedding space for a wedding comes with its unique challenges. However, whether casual or formal, the overall theme should feel complete.

Some couples forgo a traditional church wedding instead of a wedding ceremony and reception outdoors when the weather begins to warm. This option is trendy for non-traditional couples, couples who prefer a secular tradition, or those who have an outdoor location unique to their hearts.

Many wedding venues that previously did not offer outdoor reception space have renovated their landscaping to meet the growing demand for outdoor weddings. Other popular outdoor wedding locations include county or city parks, gardens, and local zoos or the privacy of the home of a family or friend.

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Reschedule Don’t Cancel: A Relentless Guide on Postponing Your Wedding

A Relentless Guide on Postponing Your Wedding

Although your wedding is very much your special day, it includes many other people too. This means that rescheduling has a ripple effect that may feel overwhelming when it becomes the only way forward. Your family is going to be affected, as well as your other guests and your vendors. 

The logistics depend on your specific circumstances, who you are working with, and where you reside. But it would be best if you remember why you are doing this. When it comes down to it, putting the elegant invitations, unique flower arrangements, and carefully curated details aside, you chose to get married because you wanted to do so in the presence of your loved ones.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Writing a Wedding Ceremony Script

A Beginners Guide to Writing a Wedding Ceremony Script

A wedding day is the most special day of a couple’s life. From decoration to food, you definitely want everything to be perfect on your big day. But in the hassle of arranging everything, the wedding ceremony script often takes the back seat. While the idea of writing a ceremony script is itself dreadful, the need for getting it right and delivering it in front of many guests makes it more terrifying. 

But worry not, whether you are getting married the traditional way of going for a more offbeat wedding ceremony, the tips in this article will help you come up with the best wedding ceremony script for your dream day. 

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