I want to hear your vows!

posted 6 months ago in Emotional
Post # 2
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529 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: London, UK

*it should say ‘could have’ rather than ‘could of’. I also think it should say “I used to not” rather than “I use not to”. 

Post # 3
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562 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Some edits below – I took out the part about not looking for love at 13… a bit weird.

 

You are the most genuine, thoughtful, and caring person I know. In you, I have found the person I cannot live without. You came in my life when were just kids and for eight years, we have only grown closer in our love. God must have known I needed you then, and He has shown me that we belong together today, on our wedding day, and for the rest of our lives. I vow to always love you, to stay true to you, to support you, and to always be by your side. I know you better than I know anyone and yet, you continue to surprise me with your devotion and your kindness. I never want this adventure to end. I didn’t believe in soulmates but I am here because you made me believe. You are my best friend and my person. I love you.

 

Post # 4
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Bumble Beekeeper

brookeee16 :  

I  agree with pp gramar  corrections and edit . I would also add, are you sure you really want to say all this intimate private stuff in public. ? Seems to me marriage  vows should be simply  about marriage,  not lengthy personal details of the couples  feelings for each other. 

Just my opinion, but as a guest I would not want to hear that , and  I certainly didn’t do it, though I told him and he told me similar  things  in private.

Post # 5
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

My critique would be that they’re quite anecdotal. Vows are promises and whilst it is contextual and sweet to say how handsome your Fiance is I would argue that that is speech content and not for vows. But that may just be me 🙂

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