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Inspiration and Tips to let your story unfold from “I do.” and all the years to come
Etiquette is so much more than manners and protocol: it’s about creating opportunity for meaningful connections. And our vow books are a tool for connection. Founder Mellisa Trojakcreated custom vow books because she needed them herself, and they’ve had a meaningful role in facilitating connection in her marriage.
As you think about writing your wedding vows, have you considered how to infuse your values into your vows? Whether your values center on your culture, faith, or your family (or all three!), we have tips for making sure that your wedding vows reflect what you value most (plus sharing our favorite examples!).
Your vows don’t grow stale after you say them on your wedding day; they’re a covenant that you’ll turn to in both good times and bad. And that’s why it’s so important to set aside time for them. We’re showing you how to write vows that sound like you and will make your heart well with joy every time you read them.
Your wedding is a once in a lifetime opportunity to share your vows in front of all those you love. And as you’re selecting every detail, you’re likely thinking about whether your vows should have just as much personalization. Today we’re making the case for writing your own vows and sharing tips on how to write them.