5 Suggestions to write your personalized wedding vows

personalized wedding vows

Saying “I do” or “I promise” to the person you plan to spend the rest of your life with is one of the most romantic things you can do. It’s genuine, honest, and has the power to make you feel all the feels—including joy, sadness, and, most of all, a rekindled love. This is what wedding vows are all about.


No limits should be placed on what people say in their wedding vows. Specific ceremonies feature legally binding questions or vow the couple must answer to fulfill the terms of their contracts. However, once you’ve said your standard wedding vows, there’s no reason you can’t add your unique promises to one another.


Personalizing your wedding vows to reflect your relationship and feelings for one another can be the most meaningful part of the ceremony. If you’re attempting to express all the love, you feel for the person you’re getting married to, writing the vows can be an emotional roller coaster. Marriage vows aren’t easy to complete, but don’t give up hope just yet!


Below are inspirational wedding vow ideas to help you create the most memorable and touching wedding vow possible.

·         Always include your first interaction:

Telling the ceremony how you met is a powerful way to declare your love. Sincere and personal vows seem nice and comforting when you remember the day both of you met for the first time.

Every good pledge must be based on sincerity and honesty. In other words, if you’re going to share your tale, tell it straight. No of how the two of you came to be together, you should always keep in mind that there is no such thing as a “good” or “bad” story.

·         Don’t express every emotion:

Finding the person you want to spend the rest of your life with is difficult. These feelings are magnificent, rare, and overwhelming. So try to keep wedding vows short. Sometimes couples write pages-long vows because they recall so many memories. Instead of putting it all on paper to read in front of your guests, consider having a shortened version you read out loud. A lengthier version you post on your wedding website, and if you like, another piece you read privately on your honeymoon or after the wedding.

·         Never hesitate to express your love:

Keep your vows simple and classic while avoiding stamps with promises. This might be the core of your pledge. Instead of saying what you’ll do or be for your soulmate, tell them what you love. You can be creative here. Avoid cliches like “your kindness/devotion/courage, etc.”

Add a personal touch and express why you love her straight from your heart. Adding this makes your pledge more intimate and tear-jerking. Feel free to experiment and write what you think, not what others anticipate.

·         Discuss yourself:

Remember to center your commitment on yourself, not your partner. Or on who you become with your love. This is simply unorthodox. Most wedding vows praise and pledge to future spouses. Saying what you love about yourself with your partner sounds more like your connection. If you want to be more creative, consider this concept.


You can write about who you were before meeting your soulmate and who you are now. Indeed you’ll find great and profound changes in yourselves after meeting one other. Yes, write about this. Describe your new self and what you enjoy about it. Such a pledge will touch your lover.

·         Add a kicker:

The “kicker” is the very final sentence of your wedding vows. This is a powerful closing statement that summarizes the whole point. The best way to understand this is to look at some examples:


  • My dearest wife, you are my best friend and my life’s other half.
  • I appreciate your going with me, Josh. If you are the one I choose to spend the rest of my life with, I will never let you down.
  • Because I get to spend the rest of my life with my best friend and the most loving person I know, I do not doubt that our marriage will be beautiful.