The most special, most romantic part of any wedding is wrapped up in the few moments prospective couples take to exchange sacred words of promises – also known as wedding vows – by which they make lifelong commitments to one another.
While it is true that some ministers insist that couples stick with the traditional vows, couples are generally allowed to scribble down their own vows in their own words.
1. Good Writing Begins With Good Research
This is an obvious tip for writers – the wider the extent of research, the more exposure one gains. So, you can browse the web for wedding vow samples/templates or seek inspiration from romantic poems, novels or even movies.
But beware of using common words or phrases. You can draw inspiration from diverse sources; still, want your vow to be distinct and impressive.