Til Death do Us Part – Simple Tips for Vow Writing
Should you or shouldn’t you write a wedding vows? This is an age old question that most of my friends asked. Most people will have you believe that wedding vows comes from the heart, at the heat of the moment and not reciting from a crappy piece of paper tucked in your bodice of your wedding gown.
However, the reality is that more than often, we are nervous, filled with bubbly anxiety and excitement all in one moment. Instead of risking yourself sound gabbling and babbling in front of your family, friends and colleagues, and especially in front of the videographer, I rather have my readings done on a piece of paper anytime.
Here are some tips in preparing your wedding vows.
Do Inject Humor
One thing your guests will appreciate is that you have a wee bit of humour in your vows. Whether it is you granting him his once a week buddies night outs or putting up with him on his dirty old socks on the floor, keep it light.