We don’t remem­ber days, we remem­ber moments. On your­day, a whole string of touch­ing, beau­ti­ful and pleas­ant moments awaits you, which you will nev­er for­get. And your­vows to each oth­er — if not the most strik­ing episode, then one of the best for sure. And there can be no ques­tion of ignor­ing this most sen­ti­men­tal part of the cer­e­mo­ny at your cel­e­bra­tion. Take advice from Chan­fash­ion how to pre­pare and present the words of the mar­riage vow.

Wed­ding vows are not just pret­ty words. This is a promise that you make to each oth­er in the pres­ence of your fam­i­ly and friends. Each let­ter in this text should be thought­ful, con­scious, sin­cere.

How to writevows?

Everything according to the rules

First of all, you and your loved one will have to decide whether you will write vows togeth­er or sep­a­rate­ly? You can make a gen­er­al intro­duc­tion and con­clu­sion of the speech, and every­one will write thevow sep­a­rate­ly, so that on the­day, not only rel­a­tives and girl­friends, but also each oth­er, will be moved to tears. It does not hurt to deter­mine the dura­tion of the future oath — ide­al­ly, 30–60 sec­onds.

Without haste and fuss

Let’s agree: no need to put off writ­ing vows until the last day. In a hur­ry, you may miss some­thing or for­mu­late an idea incor­rect­ly. You can take notes and sketchvows even months before the long-await­ed day. Re-read­ing, over and over again, you will edit the text and by the day of they­ou will receive words pol­ished to the ide­al.

Sincerely about the main

The best source of inspi­ra­tion and ref­er­ence point for the nec­es­sary roman­tic wave is videos of oth­er cou­ples’vows. Amer­i­can­web­sites are filled with goose­bumps-filled videos. And you have to write your own, unlike oth­ers, oath vows. How? Sin­cere­ly and with love.

Look at your rela­tion­ship from the out­side: eval­u­ate the past, the present future; remem­ber roman­tic moments and fun­ny sit­u­a­tions; think about what attracts you to each oth­er. Feel a surge of deep feel­ings and end­less grat­i­tude for a loved one! Catch your inspi­ra­tion — and the right words will def­i­nite­ly be found.

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chanfashion.store/wp-content/uploads/ por­tal Chan­fash­ion pre­pared a few ques­tions that will help you and your cho­sen one write the per­fectvows:

1 What was your first meet­ing like? How did you meet, how did you first kiss? Fun­ny, fun­ny, roman­tic or dra­mat­ic moments of your intro­duc­tion and first date can be a great start to your­vows.

2 Peo­ple in a rela­tion­ship are always chang­ing, vis­i­bly or imper­cep­ti­bly. What has changed in you, in your opin­ion? How do you com­ple­ment each oth­er, what did you learn togeth­er? What inspires you in your love?

3 What dreams, plans, life goals do you have?

You can draw inspi­ra­tion for your vows from your favorite books, you can take lines from songs, and even imi­tate the char­ac­ters in your TV shows. So, for exam­ple, the dream man Car­rie Brad­shaw from “Sex and the City” could not write his vow and sub­se­quent­ly decid­ed to rewrite Beethoven’s love let­ter.

“My thoughts fly to you, my only beloved … Only near you I can live or not live at all. My whole life is in you, but only with a calm con­sid­er­a­tion of our sit­u­a­tion will we be able to be always togeth­er. Do not stop lov­ing me and nev­er doubt the devot­ed heart of your beloved.

Always yours

Always mine

Always our…”

Wed­ding vows from the tele­vi­sion series “Friends”

From fiance Phoebe:

- I had to grow up with­out ade­quate par­ents and a real fam­i­ly, so I was always haunt­ed by the feel­ing that there was noth­ing impor­tant in my life. But, stand­ing here, I under­stand — that’s all I need. You are my fam­i­ly.

From the groom’s Moth­er:

Phoebe, you are amaz­ing! You have a wide soul, you are gen­er­ous, you are strange, in a good way. You make my every day an adven­ture with you. I can’t believe I’ve been so for­tu­nate. I’m ready to live with you all my life!

Don’t be afraid to come off as quirky, fun­ny, or over­ly sen­ti­men­tal. Be open to each oth­er — and every­thing will go as well as pos­si­ble.

No edits or additions

Express your­self, your char­ac­ter, your per­son­al­i­ty. Avoid com­mon phras­es. Read your draft over and over again until it’s per­fect. Wed­ding vows should come from the heart and touch the inner­most cor­ners of the soul.

Do you need a rehearsal?

Some believe that one of the most impor­tant stages in prepar­ing for avow is its stage pro­duc­tion. You need to know how you will breathe, where to look and what moments make you cry. But on the oth­er hand, you are not actors on the the­ater stage, and your guests are not the­ater crit­ics! Is it worth depriv­ing your­self of the oppor­tu­ni­ty to hear your­vows to each oth­er for the first time on your­day? Just in case, pre­pare a paper copy, which, in which case, will become a hint. It is sim­ply impos­si­ble to pre­dict the degree of your excite­ment.

Why not post the result?

Some cou­ples use a print­ed ver­sion in the style ofdecor to make the atmos­phere as cozy and har­mo­nious as pos­si­ble. Oth­ers take out an ordi­nary piece of paper fold­ed in four from their purse/pocket. From the out­side, it looks very cute and incred­i­bly touch­ing. How you do it is up to you. Try to feel com­fort­able and be con­fi­dent!

Do not be afraid to show exces­sive sin­cer­i­ty in front of guests. On your­day, feel­ings are above all! And may the words spo­ken and heard by you on this extra­or­di­nary day nev­er lose their rel­e­vance.

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