Stuck Writing Your Vows? Read Through These Sample Wedding Vows
Author: Amy Lee Johnson
Article source: http://www.goarticles.com/. Used with author's permission.
Are you getting married soon and need to write your wedding vows? Can't think of the right words to say or use? Do you need some sample wedding vows to jump start your thinking? Hey, we know what you're going through, so relax a little bit and check out these sample vows you can use for your wedding.
Now, keep in mind that there are differing vows for each religion. Also, these are not set in stone, and can be changed around to your liking or combined with other vows. The choice is yours, just remember to check with your officiant before totally committing to whatever vow you choose. (Especially if you are getting married in a church or synagogue - they probably have set standards on what is acceptable.)
Common Sample Wedding Vow:
I, (Bride or Groom), take thee, (Bride or Groom) to be my lawfully wedded (wife or husband), to have and to hold from this day on, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness or health, to love and to cherish, 'til death do us part.
Roman Catholic Sample Wedding Vow:
I, (Bride or Groom), take you, (Bride or Groom), to be my (wife or husband). I promise to be true to you in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. I will love you and honor you for all the days of my life.
Muslim Sample Wedding Vow:
I pledge, in sincerity and honesty, to be for you a faithful and obedient (bride or groom).
I hope that some of these wedding vow samples have eased your mind somewhat and maybe even given you a few ideas to use for your own vows. Theses samples are just that - samples, it's your wedding and you can do whatever you want. Amy Lee Johnson is a freelance writer that often contributes to Wedding Vows 4U - a site that offers information on such topics as writing wedding vows and selecting wedding gowns.
If you're the more creative type you may want to consider writing your own vows. It's really not all that hard and can add a very personal touch to your wedding vows.
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