(Closed) renewing vows? when?

posted 8 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
2829 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I think with renewing vows you don’t necessarily have to go the same distance as the real deal — if you are religious your pastor etc will probably do it for a similar or lesser feedonation (depending on if you are using the churchtemple etc).

I think a celebrant, Justice of the Peace or officiant canwill do it, but I would assume that would come with a fee, likely quite similar to what it would cost for getting married.

Also, if it is just a vow renewal you could likely get a friend, mentor, or someone who has meant a lot to you or the relationship to do the ceremony (however you decide to swing that).

I have only personally been to one vow renewal and it was my grandparent’s 50th wedding (I remember because it was a huge family reunion at a barn with lots of food and rambunctious cousins for my 10year old self to cavort with), I don’t believe they had an officiant or celebrant of any sort, maybe the Anglican priest or bishop gave blessing or reading but I cannot quite remember. It would not surprise me if they had just said their own vows in front of the family without an “official person“ but that is just how they roll.

Post # 6
69 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

I think that was a beautiful idea!!! I have been married less than 2 months and have already started thinking of te vow renewals, not  next year mind you, probably for the next 7 years or 13 years (all symbollic) Either way you’re not alone!!!! It’s been a year now, so what did you do?? Smile

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