You may be considering writing your own personalized wedding vows. GREAT. Always a good idea. Well – probably mostly always. When else publicly are we that comfortable to completely profess, proclaim – and just let it all out there how much we love this other person. And committing to do all the things we commit to doing – and sharing our love for that person.

Let it all out there. Don’t hold back. DON’T HOLD BACK.

Your wedding vows are an opportunity to say it all.

And sure you can look up templates and things online to find out what exactly to put in there – but really – in the end – what you write is simply anything you want to say to your partner. Do you have a memory with them you cherish? Put it in there. Do you have dreams you want to share with them? Put it in there. Hopes? Yup. You don’t have to fill it with I Love you I Love I Love – you can fill it with stories and descriptions of things that they do that you love, or simply how they make you feel. Because promises are one thing yes – but sharing how another person makes you feel – that’s rare – and special.

You can still have the traditional wedding vows if you need them for religious purposes – but that doesn’t mean that you can’t include your own as well. So get to it. Show your love.

Alright. If I don’t see you on your day – have a great wedding and I’ll talk to you later.

Chattanooga Wedding Photographer | LeahAndMark & Co. | Cloudland Station

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