Wedding vows. They're kind of important. Everyone who gets married will say them in some form and it is up to you and your someone to decide if you are going to write your own or go with the traditional vows that most officiants use. Here are some of the pros and cons of writing your own vows that will help you decide which will be best for you.
Your vows will be completely unique to you and your future spouse.
You can include special references to your relationship.
You can custom tailor your vows to match what you want from your marriage.
It will make your wedding more interesting.
If you are having a religious ceremony, your officiant may have to sign off on your vows or have certain guidelines you have to follow, which can make writing your vows more difficult.
Your future spouse (or yourself) might suffer from writer's block.
If you use too many inside jokes, your guests might not understand your vows.
You may want to be serious, but they might not.
Whether you choose to write your vows, or stick with tradition, at the end of the day, you will still be marrying the love of your life. Still looking for the right officiant to lead your wedding ceremony? We've got you covered!