2019 Guide on How to Write Your Wedding Vows

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HOW TO WRITE WEDDING VOWS (EXAMPLES AND TEMPLATE)

Have you and your fiancé decided to write your wedding vows? Are you unsure of how to get started? The following article will discuss how to write wedding vows. As well, we will provide you with examples of different types of wedding vows.

What are wedding vows?

They are a lifetime pledge to commit your heart and your life fully to your partner. You can use traditional vows or compose your own and speak from the heart.

Who says vows first – man or woman?

Traditionally, the groom will say his vows first. But the bride can go, or both can tell the vows in unison. The order is not as important as the spoken vow itself. However, it is essential to decide who will go first before the ceremony, to avoid any awkwardness.

How Long Should Wedding Vows Be?

That is an excellent question. Of course, you want to be able to express your love for your partner, and you could probably go on for hours. However, it is wise to keep your vows to around two minutes max.

The wedding ceremony itself will probably run around thirty minutes including the blessing, the ring ceremony, etc. So both you and your partner should take about 2 minutes each for your vows to keep with the pace of the service. Remember, you will have the rest of your lives together to express your love.

Our Favorite Real Wedding Vows And How To Write Your Own

You might want to write your wedding vows. But you might not. Maybe you’re looking for time-tested traditional marriage vows that echo what generations before you have said. Or perhaps you’re looking to tweak traditional vows just a little bit to make them feel like yours. Whatever you’re looking for, chances are we’ve got wedding vows and tips in our list that will help you craft the promises you want to make on that day.

Because you know what makes a wedding go from good to the best party I ever went to? It’s when I leave an emotionally charged ceremony abuzz with love and commitment. Because at that point, all I want to do is celebrate how awesome and in love you are. Possibly with tequila. Definitely with cake.

How Do You Write Wedding Vows

This might feel obvious at first, but just because you might have known that you’ve wanted to write wedding vows for years and years, your partner might not. Talk to them! Decide together that you want to write them. There is nothing wrong with saying traditional marriage vows. But if you’re going to DIY this, both of you have to be equally committed to this concept. If not, it’s going to show in your vows.

Once you’ve decided that you want to write your vows, this is how you get started (with plenty of stealing from our collected sample vows, below).

Talk to your officiant. This is an essential first step that’s quickly forgotten. Many houses of worship may require you say all or part of the traditional marriage vows of that religious practice. Sometimes this won’t preclude also saying vows that you wrote (though full disclosure, sometimes it will), but you’ll want to know what the rules are—and what the religious reasoning for them is—up front. Some officiants may ask to review your vows before the ceremony, so be prepared to have them early if this is the case.

Come up with a structure.

Will you write wedding vows together, or separately? Will you show them to each other beforehand, or will you keep them a secret until the wedding ceremony? Do you want to set a due date for when you need to have your vows written? (Hey, you might laugh, but tell me you don’t know someone who wrote their vows the day of the night before the wedding.)

If you’ve decided that you will not see each other’s marriage vows before the ceremony, it’s not a bad idea to make sure both of you are going to be vowing somewhat similar things.

You don’t want to be promising to care for someone on their deathbed, while they’re promising to always DVR Grey’s Anatomy for you. Having a structure will also help you keep your word limit and help your vows match your partner’s. Finding an arrangement that works for you may require some tracking down, but don’t be afraid to mix and match from lots of examples you see.

Wedding Vow Structure

When composing your wedding vows, the first thing to remember is that you should speak from the heart. However, trying to put this on paper might be challenging for some. Following is a guide for wedding vow structure to you overcome your fears and doubts. Keep in mind that this is a guide and you can alter it to make it more personal.

Declare your love

Begin your wedding vows with a declaration of respect for your partner. Tell them how much they mean to you, when you first fell in love with them and what they bring your life. You can use include a personal story about how you first met or the moment you first realized that he or she was the one for you.

Example:

Derrick, you are my best friend, my soulmate, my everything. I knew when I first saw you on the first day of University that you would be necessary to me…forever. You make me feel safe, secure and loved. I can’t wait to begin our lives together as husband and wife.

State your promises and intentions

Next, you should promise to “love, honor and cherish” your partner for the rest of your lives. Of course, you can elaborate and make this part personal. Wedding vows don’t have to be all serious. You can make them humorous. Just don’t include anything that will embarrass or humiliate your partner. Keep it light, but meaningful.

Be sure to include how you will care for your partner, how you will see them through good times and bad, how you will comfort and protect them and how you will love them unconditionally through whatever life brings your way. Finally, conclude your wedding vows by again stating your undying love for your partner.

Example:

Megan, I promise to love you until I take my last breath, to protect you from harm, to comfort you in your times of need, to dry your tears and calm your fears. I will cherish every moment we spend together. I can’t wait to start my life with you. I will love you more every day.

Research types of wedding vows

An excellent place to start when you want to write wedding vows is reading traditional ones—from your religion if you practice a particular faith, but from others as well, along with secular wedding vows.

We’ve pulled quite a selection below, to get you started. See what strikes a chord with you. You can even incorporate these into what you write, or use them as a jumping-off point. Secondly, steal ideas! Borrow freely from poetry, books, and even movies or video games.

Jot down words and phrases that capture your feelings. The quotes you keep closest to your heart ring right for a reason. Use them. And if you’re someone who holds a journal, go back and steal from your past self too.

You’re not publishing a book or writing a college essay. Plagiarism is both allowed and encouraged. The truth is, most vows are plagiarism since we’re hoping to steal some wisdom from people that have gone before us, both in vows and in marriage.

Think About Your Relationship

Take some time, both separately and together, to think about what you love about each other and what makes your relationship unique. Write down the most memorable moments you have shared, good or bad. Think about the promises you want to make to your partner, and which ones you don’t. For example, I promised that Michael would always be my family. However, I wasn’t promising to obey anybody, so I made sure to keep that kind of language far away from my vows.

Edit for tone, and then shorten.

It’s best to decide on your overall tone before you put pen to paper, but make sure to go back over your words and refine towards the tone you want to achieve. Poetic and romantic? Humorous but touching? It’s up to you.

The most important thing is that your marriage vows ring correct and sound like they’re from your heart. However, while your vows can be lighthearted, they should, in some way, acknowledge the seriousness of the commitment you’re about to make. Use humor in moderation, and remember, at the end of the day, making the audience laugh is not your goal.

Keep in mind that your vows shouldn’t be so personal that they can’t be followed by anyone, so don’t make them overly cryptic or embarrassing. You’ve invited your family and friends to witness your vows to make your bond public, so think about your words from their point of view—your guests want to feel included at that moment, even if they’re not feeling exactly what you’re feeling.

That means putting a soft limit on inside jokes, deeply personal anecdotes, obscure nicknames, or code words. Moderation is key. Unless it’s just the two of you eloping, in which case, go crazy. And then, shorten. Aim to have your vows last for about one minute or less per person.

It’s longer than it sounds. Get at the heart of what marrying this person means to you; pick the most important promises and make them well. If you have more to say, save the more personal thoughts and give your spouse a letter on the morning of the ceremony.

How To Write Wedding Vows: Tips

Writing your vows can be daunting, but is something that you will remember forever. It will be one of the unique and personal parts of your wedding ceremony. Do not be afraid to ask for help or share your vows with a friend for their advice.

Following are some tips for writing vows:

Early preparation is the key: You don’t want to wait until the night before your wedding to write your vows. Start as soon as possible as this will give you plenty of time to prepare. As well, it will ease your anxiety.

  • Make a list: Start by making a list of the key points you want to include in your wedding vows. You don’t have to start writing them yet. Just jot down some phrases or thoughts that come to mind. Outline if it helps.
  • Look for inspiration: Listen to love songs, watch romantic movies, read poetry and literature. Search for examples online. Feel free to use any of our cases in your wedding vows.
  • Practice: You don’t want your vows to sound scripted, you want to speak freely from the heart, but you should have at least one dry run before the big day. Practice your vows in front of a mirror, record yourself and practice in front of a friend.

How To Start Wedding Vows

If you are still unsure how to start wedding vows, remember that you are speaking to the person with whom you are spending the rest of your life. Sure, your friends and family will hear you exchange your vows.

But they are only for you and your fiancé. Start by telling them how much they mean to you. If you are both enjoy humor, you can start with a joke, or include a funny story of you as a couple. Keep it personal and to the point.

Example:

Sara, we have known each other since we were toddlers. Our parents used to joke about us getting married, but we both thought they were crazy. Then one day, in our teens, I fell in love with you. And I knew at that moment that they were right.

Words Ending In Vow

Still, unsure of what you want to say in your vows to make them stand out? You could always include words ending in a promise. “I make this my solemn vow” “Today I pledge my love to you in this sacred vow.” This will help give you some inspiration to use as a starting point.

Example:

Connor, I today I pledge my love eternal. I will love you every second of every day. My every thought shall be of you and our life together. I will like you until the day I die. Let this be my solemn vow!

Ways To Personalize Wedding Vows

Personalizing wedding vows is perhaps one of the best ways to make your vows memorable. You don’t just want to ramble on endlessly or sound as though you are reciting a rehearsed speech. Again, the key to writing your wedding vows is to speak from your heart.

Following are some ways you can personalize your wedding vows. Don’t be afraid to be happy if you are a hopeless romantic.

But we have also included some examples of non-sappy wedding vows quotes for him.

  • Use humor: Start with a funny story from your relationship, maybe about how you met. Again, you don’t want to embarrass your partner, so if you are not sure whether they want you to share a particular story, you should ask them first.
  • Use song lyrics: Do the two of you have a particular song that symbolizes your relationship? You can quote a line or two from that song in your vows and explain the significance of the lyrics.
  • Use movie (or television) quotes: Are you both a fan of romantic comedies? Do you have a favorite movie quote that sums up your relationship or is meaningful to you as a couple? Incorporate this into your vows. If you can’t think of a movie, you can quote a line from your favorite television show as a couple.
  • Use literature: Are either of you poetry buffs? Quote a few lines from your favorite love poem. Or recite a passage from your favorite novel. Just make sure that is the line that your partner will understand.
    If you are still stuck, you can search for vow quotes online, or paraphrase one of the examples we have provided in this article for inspiration.
  • I am nothing special; just an ordinary man with common thoughts, and I’ve led an everyday life. There are no monuments dedicated to me, and my name will soon be forgotten. But in one respect I have succeeded as gloriously as anyone who’s ever lived: I’ve loved another with all my heart and soul; and to me, this has always been enough.

THE BEST SAMPLE WEDDING VOWS TO STEAL (OR BE INSPIRED BY)

Now that you know how to write your wedding vows, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite vows from APW couples, along with marriage vows from religions across the world, to get you started. Here’s to hoping they inspire you to create meaningful marriage vows for yourselves, and not at 2:00 a.m. Let’s look at some of the best real wedding vows we’ve come across, plus a selection of beautiful traditional vows from world religions.

ROMANTIC REAL WEDDING VOWS

Alex, you are my best friend. I promise to laugh with you, cry with you, and grow with you. I will love you when we are together and when we are apart. I promise to support your dreams and to respect our differences and to love you and be by your side through all the days and nights of our lives.

I, Alex, choose you Sam to be no other than yourself. Loving what I know of you, trusting what things I will discover. I will respect you as a person, a partner, and an equal. There is little to say that you haven’t already heard, and little to give that is not already freely given. Before you asked me, I was yours, and I am devoted to you in every way. I marry you with no hesitation or doubt, and my commitment to you is absolute. Do you take me to be your lawfully wedded husband/wife/partner?

* * * * *

I choose you. To stand by your side and sleep in your arms. To be the joy to your heart and food for your soul. To learn with you and grow with you, even as time and life change us both. I promise to laugh with you in good times and struggle alongside you in bad times. I promise to respect you and cherish you as an individual, a partner, and an equal, knowing that we do not complete, but complement each other. May we have many adventures and grow old together.

* * * * *

I, Alex, do pledge you, Sam, my love, for as long as I live. What I possess in this world, I give to you. I will keep you and hold you, comfort and tend you, protect you and shelter you, for all the days of my life.

PERSONAL WEDDING VOWS
I love you unconditionally and without hesitation. I vow to love you, encourage you, trust you, and respect you. As a family, we will create a home filled with learning, laughter, and compassion. I promise to work with you to foster and cherish a relationship of equality knowing that together we will build a life far better than either of us could imagine alone. Today, I choose you to be my husband/wife/partner. I accept you as you are, and I offer myself in return. I will care for you, stand beside you, and share with you all of life’s adversities and all of its joys from this day forward, and all the days of my life.

* * * * *

Today, I promise you this: I will laugh with you in times of joy, and comfort you in times of sorrow. I will share in your dreams and support you as you strive to achieve your goals. I will listen to you with compassion and understanding, and speak to you with encouragement. Together, let us build a home filled with learning, laughter, and light, shared freely with all who may live there. Let us be partners, friends, and lovers, today and all of the days that follow.

* * * * *

I, Alex, take you, Sam, to be my husband/wife/partner. I promise always to be your biggest fan and your partner in crime. I promise to create and support a family with you, in a household filled with laughter, patience, understanding, and love. I vow not just to grow old together, but to grow together. I will love you faithfully through the difficult and the easy. What may come, I will always be there, each one believing that love never dies. As I have given you my hand to hold, so I give you my life to keep.

MODERN REAL MARRIAGE VOWS
I take you as you are, loving who you are now and who you are yet to become. I promise to listen to you and learn from you, to support you and accept your support. I will celebrate your triumphs and mourn your losses as though they were my own. I will love you and have faith in your love for me, through all our years and all that life may bring us.

* * * * *

OFFICIANT: Do you, Sam, promise to be a loving friend and partner in marriage, to talk and to listen, to trust and to appreciate, to respect and to cherish Alex’s uniqueness? Do you promise to support, comfort, and strengthen him/her/them through life’s joys and sorrows? Do you promise to share hopes and dreams as you build your lives together, and to grow with Alex in mind? Will you strive to make a home that is compassionate to all, full of respect and honor, filled with peace, happiness, and love? Do you promise always to be open and honest with Alex, and cherish him/her/them for as long as you both shall live?

* * * * *

I, Sam, take you, Alex, to be the wife/husband/partner of my days, the companion of my house, the friend of my life. We shall bear together whatever trouble and sorrow life may lay upon us, and we shall share whatever good and joyful things life may bring us. With these words and all the words of my heart, I marry you and bind my life to yours.

* * * * *

Today, surrounded by people who love us, I choose you, Alex, to be my partner. I am proud to be your wife/husband/partner and to join my life with yours. I vow to support you, push you, inspire you, and, above all, love you, for better or worse, in sickness and health, for richer or poorer, as long as we both shall live.

* * * * *

I take you to be my spouse. I promise to choose you every day, to love you in word and deed, to do the hard work of making now into always. To laugh with you, cry with you, grow with you, and create with you. To honor the divinity in you, of you, and around you. To be your kin and your partner in all of life’s adventures. Loving what I know of you and trusting what I don’t yet know, I give you my hand. I give you my love. I give you myself. Will you give me yourself? Will you travel with me?

Traditional Wedding Vow Template

If you still need some help writing wedding vows you can always use traditional wedding vows as a starting point. Traditional vows are timeless and true. There is nothing wrong with using classic wedding promises to express your love for your partner.

Funny Surprise Wedding Vows

Who says wedding vows how to be serious? You can incorporate humor to your vows if you and your partner are both okay with it. Funny surprise wedding vows will make your day even more memorable. Discuss any personal stories you might wish to share with the beforehand so as not to embarrass them. But by all means, go ahead and make your partner (and your guests) laugh!

Here are some funny non-traditional wedding ceremony samples for your inspiration!

  • I promise not to hog the remote control or force you to watch chick flicks unless I then agree to watch an action movie in exchange.
  • I promise to put the toilet seat down, listen to gossip about the neighbors and not to ignore you when the (insert favorite sports teams) are playing.
  • I promise not to hide when your parents come over. I vow not to steal the covers at night and not to turn the heat up too high.

Wedding Vows For A Long-Term Relationship

If you have been dating for years and finally decided to tie the knot, you might not want to go with the traditional wedding vows. Or perhaps it’s your second marriage, and you want to use something unique and special for this marriage so as not to round either one of you your previous relationships.

Or do you want your vows to be unique, so they don’t sound cheesy? Everyone wants their vows to be unique, so don’t be afraid to think outside the box and be creative!

Following are some examples of wedding vows for a long-term relationship.

We have been together through thick and thin. We started dating in high school, stayed together while we both attended separate colleges and then spend a year pursuing our careers. Now, we are finally joining our lives together to live out everything we have planned for years. It was worth the wait because we are going to have the perfect marriage and spend the rest of our days together as husband and wife.

Today, on our 25th wedding anniversary, I stand before the woman I have loved more than a quarter of a century. Even though we had some rough times, I would do it all over again. I love you more with every day, and I want to spend the next 25 years of my life making you happy.

Today marks 50 years since we first said: “I do.” We built a home together, raised our children and watched them grow theirs. We laughed, we cried, and we survived many hurdles together as a couple. As I look into your eyes, I still see the young man who was scared to ask me to the movies. I am so glad I said yes then, and I will continue to speak yes for the rest of our lives!

We hope that you have found some inspiration and guidance on with our advice on how to write wedding vows. Remember, these are your wedding vows so don’t let anyone else influence you. Speak from the heart, and you will be fine!

MORE-TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE VOWS

I, Sam, commit myself to you, Alex, as wife/husband/partner, to learn and grow with, to explore and adventure with, to respect you in everything as an equal partner, in the foreknowledge of joy and pain, strength and weariness, direction and doubt, for all the risings and settings of the sun. We tie these knots to symbolize our connection to one another. They represent our trust in each other and our combined strength together.

* * * * *

Today, surrounded by people who love us, I choose you, Alex, to be my partner. I am proud to be your wife/husband/partner and to join my life with yours. I vow to support you, push you, inspire you, and above all love you, for better or worse, in sickness and health, for richer or poorer, as long as we both shall live.

* * * * *

OFFICIANT: Do you, Sam and Alex, pledge to create a life of mutual respect, compassion, generosity, and patience toward each other as you grow together in years?
COUPLE: We do.
OFFICIANT: Do you pledge to recognize each other’s individuality and celebrate each other’s uniqueness as a strength in marriage? While at the same time, will you guard one another’s weaknesses with understanding, support, and inspiration?
COUPLE: We do.
OFFICIANT: And do you pledge to share the love you have for each other with all living beings? To be a couple that lets their marriage radiate into others, making their lives more beautiful because of it?
COUPLE: We do.
OFFICIANT: Sam and Alex, if you will face each other and repeat after me.
Sam: Alex, I give you my life. With all that I am and all that I have, I honor you.
Alex: Sam, I give you my life. With all that I am and all that I have, I honor you.

* * * * *

I, Sam, take you, Alex, to be the wife/husband/partner of my days, the companion of my house, the friend of my life. We shall bear together whatever trouble and sorrow life may lay upon us, and we shall share whatever good and joyful things life may bring us. With these words and all the words of my heart, I marry you and bind my life to yours.

* * * * *

You have taught me that two people joined together with respect, trust, and open communication can be far stronger
and happier than each could ever be alone. You are the strength I didn’t know I needed and the joy that I didn’t think I lacked. Today, I choose to spend the rest of my life with you.

I promise to love you for who you are, and for who you are yet to become. I promise to be patient and to remember that all things between us are rooted in love. I promise to nurture your dreams and to help you reach them. I promise to share my whole heart with you and to remember to show you how deeply I care for you, no matter the challenges that may come our way. I promise to love you loyally and fiercely—as long as I shall live.

Do you take me to be your lawfully wedded husband/wife/partner?

* * * * *

I, Alex, do pledge you, Sam, my love, for as long as I live. What I possess in this world, I give to you. I will keep you and hold you, comfort and tend you, protect you and shelter you, for all the days of my life.

TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE VOWS FROM WORLD RELIGIONS
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
In the Name of God,
I, Sam, take you, Alex, to be my [wife/husband],
to have and to hold
from this day forward,
for better, for worse,
for more affluent, for poorer,
in sickness and in health,
to love and to cherish,
until we are parted by death.
This is my solemn vow.

FROM THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER
I, Sam, take thee, Alex, to be my wedded [Wife/Husband], to have and to hold from this day forward,
for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health,
to love and to cherish, till death us do part, according to God’s holy ordinance; and thereto I plight thee my troth.
With this Ring, I thee wed: In the Name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost. Amen.

EPISCOPAL
In the Name of God, I, Sam, take you, Alex, to be my wife/husband/partner,
to have and to hold from this day forward, for better for worse,
for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love
And to cherish, until we are parted by death. This is my solemn vow.

ROMAN CATHOLIC
I, Sam, take you, Alex, to be my [wife/husband],
I promise to be true to you in good times and in wrong, in sickness and in health.
I will love you and honor you all the days of my life.
Alex, take this ring as a sign of my love and fidelity in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

UNITARIAN
I, Sam, take you, Alex, to be the wife/husband/partner of my days,
to be the parent of my children, to be the companion of my house.
We will keep together what measure of trouble and sorrow our lives may lay upon us,
and we will share our store of goodness and plenty and love.

THE PROTESTANT WEDDING SOURCEBOOK
In the presence of God and before our family and friends,
I, Sam, take you, Alex, to be my [wife/husband].
All that I am I give to you, and all that I have I share with you.
Whatever the future holds, I will love you and stand by you, as long as we both shall live.
This is my solemn vow.

CHURCH OF ENGLAND
I Sam, take you, Alex, to be my [wife/husband],
to have and to hold
from this day forward;
for better, for worse,
for more affluent, for poorer,
in sickness and in health,
to love and to cherish,
till death us do part,
according to God’s holy law;
in the presence of God, I make this vow.

QUAKER
In the presence of God and these our Friends,
I take thee to be my wife/husband/partner, promising with
Divine assistance to be unto thee a loving and faithful wife/husband/partner so long as we both shall live.

JEWISH
Harei at m’kudeshet li b’taba’at zo kedat Moshe v’Yisrael.
Behold, you are consecrated to me with this ring according to the laws of Moses and Israel.
V’erastikh li l’olam, v’erastikh li b’tzedek uvmishpat uv’chesed uv’rachamim V’erastikh li b’emunah v’yada’at et Adonai.
I betroth you to myself forever; I betroth you to myself in righteousness and justice, in love and mercy;
I betroth you to myself in faithfulness, and you shall know G-d

By this ring, you are sanctified to me as my wife in accordance with the traditions of Moses and Israel. Wear me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm, for love is infinitely strong. Many waters cannot quench love; no flood can sweep it away, I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine.

Be a companion and a spouse to me according to the laws of Moses and Israel, with your consent and with your full knowledge. May this marriage be a covenant of partnership and trust as we work to build a life together: sometimes in unison, sometimes in harmony. Let me bind myself to you with respect, with love, with friendship, and with joy, so that we may be companions and lovers until the end of days.

BUDDHIST
I take you for the love you hold in your heart and vow to spend my life cultivating my love and care for you, for our family, and all living things. Our relationship is my most important consideration; it gives me strength, and I vow to put every effort into strengthening it in turn through honesty, faithfulness, and patience. For all the days that we live with one another, I promise to spend each day working to become a more accurate version of myself, and I will do my utmost to help you do the same. In this effort, I take the Threefold Refuge vows, the Three Boundless precepts, the Ten Grave Precepts, as well as your wisdom and your council as my guides.

HINDU
With the first step, we will provide for and support each other.
With the second step, we will developmental, physical, and spiritual strength.
With the third step, we will share the worldly possessions.
With the fourth step, we will acquire knowledge, happiness, and peace.
With the fifth step, we will raise strong and virtuous children.
With the sixth step, we will enjoy the fruits of all seasons.
With the seventh step, we will always remain friends and cherish each other.

MUSLIM
SAM: I, Sam, offer you myself in marriage in accordance with the instructions of the Holy Qur’an and the Holy Prophet, peace and blessing be upon Him. I pledge, in honesty and with sincerity, to be for you an obedient and faithful wife.

ALEX: I pledge, in honesty and sincerity, to be for you a faithful and helpful husband.

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Table of Contents1 Ultimate List of Melbourne’s Top Wedding Photographers1.1 Dezine By Mauro1.2 ICON PHOTOGRAPHY1.3 ATEIA Photography & Video1.4 Greg Holland Photography1.5 T-One Image Melbourne1.6 CKS PHOTOLAB Wedding Photography1.7 The Runaway Hearts1.8 Sare Clarke Photography1.9 Eva Laurent Photography1.10 Nicholas Deloitte Media1.11 Bokeh Weddings1.12 Aesthete Film and Photography1.13 iClickYOU Photos1.14 Desfura1.15 Tim Gardner Creative1.16 Picture Perfect …

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20 Fun Activities and Games Around Melbourne

Table of Contents1 Rush Escape Game2 Rush Escape Game3 Viri VR4 The Astor Theatre5 AAMI Park6 Woodbury Escape Rooms – Melbourne7 Escape Hunt Melbourne8 Dialogue House9 The Mystery Rooms Melbourne10 Zero Latency11 Crown Casino12 IMAX Melbourne Museum13 LXM Escape Room14 Adventure Rooms Melbourne15 Palace Cinema Como16 Bird’s Basement17 St Kilda Adventure Playground18 Moonlight Cinema19 Melbourne …

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How to Keep Your Wedding Bouquet Fresh on a Hot Summers Day

Summer is the season of life, love, and energy- it has a unique smell, beautiful colors and from fruits to vegetables, everything tastes better. The colorful summers give you the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of wedding flowers, outdoor ceremonies, vibrant themes, and pretty wedding dresses. One important thing to consider is the …

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31 Ultimate Bucks Night Party Ideas in Melbourne

Table of Contents1 Organizing an Epic Bucks Party in Melbourne?1.0.1 A Plan of Attack1.0.2 WHAT ARE SOME OF THE BEST BUCKS PARTY IDEAS MELBOURNE2 Paintball Bucks Day Out in Melbourne2.1 Delta Force Paintball2.2 World Series Paintball2.3 Snipers Den3 Bucks With A Parting Glass In A Fancy Bar in Melbourne3.1 Eu De Vie3.2 Good Heavens Rooftop …

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What You Need To Know Before Proposing To Your Bridesmaids

Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, and so it makes perfect sense to have the right people around you. It is not always an easy task to choose your bridesmaids – it is usually exciting, but also delicate at the same time. As such, you must take your time …

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99 Wedding Celebrants in Melbourne

99 Wedding Celebrants in Melbourne

Located in Melbourne, Victoria, and currently on the search for a marriage celebrant to officiate your ceremony? Look no further! To take the stress out of choosing, we’ve compiled a list of the top 150 most popular marriage celebrants in Melbourne ranked by their number of customer reviews on Facebook, Google and Easy Weddings. The …

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Vineyard Weddings – Pros and What to Consider

Table of Contents1 Pros, Cons and What to Consider When Deciding on Vineyard Weddings1.1 BEAUTIFUL SCENERY1.2 RELAXED YET ELEGANT1.3 ONE LOCATION1.4 NATURAL LIGHT1.5 PERSONAL STYLE1.6 PHOTO LOCATION OPTIONS1.7 WET WEATHER BACK UP1.8 ACCOMMODATION1.9 NOTHING TO HIDE1.10 GOOD FOOD & GOOD WINE1.11 REASONABLE TRAVEL TIMES1.11.1 The Season1.11.2 Scout the Grounds1.11.3 It’s all about the details1.11.4 Extracurricular …

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