Wedding Vows

Personalizing Your Vows

  Wedding vows today no longer necessarily follow the standard “love, honor, cherish…” verbiage.  Couples use their vows to express their feelings and commitments to one another. Here are some examples: I, (Bride/Groom), take you (Groom/Bride), to be my (wife/husband), to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or for worse, for…

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14 Snippets of Ideas to Help When You are Writing Your Own Vows.

If you and your partner have decided to write your own vows, and I hope you do, here are a few snippets of ideas to help you put into words what’s in your heart.  Be sure to write about what you love about your future spouse, and identify why you want to marry him/her. Thank…

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The Ketubah – A Cherished Tradition

In many Jewish weddings the ketubah is an integral part of the traditional Jewish marriage.  A ketubah is a printed document that outlines the rights and responsibilities of the groom in relation to the bride.  The ketubah explains the basic material, conjugal and moral responsibilities of the husband to his wife and it is signed…

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Writing your own Wedding Vows

                    Not too many years ago the wedding couple traditionally said nothing more than “I do.”    Today, many couples choose to write their own vows and it can be very touching, memorable and dramatic.   It’s a more personal message between the bride and groom especially when…

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