Wedding Vows

A book of vows, expressions of love (love poems), and words of deep affection is available to the marrying couple. Ceremonies that have been well-received by others is also available to examine.


Make up your own

Composing vows is a search through our deepest feelings to the extent that the vows contain words reflecting love and commitment. “They plumb the very depth of the soul.”


What you say and don’t say in your vows is totally up to you and your fiancé.  If you like the traditional elements then keep them in.  A good place to start when writing your own vows is to make a list of feelings and mutual things you like.

Start with feeling words. For instance, I love my fiancé (love is a feeling word).  We respect each other. We help each other overcome problems. We’re our own best friends. We feel empty without each other. Time apart is …….


Other examples of feeling words: feeling of oneness, trust, commitment, compatibility, faithfulness, joy, fortitude to overcome adversities, good times, duration- (the rest of our lives), support, honor, admiration, respect, pleasure. Next, you can consider your mutual likes such as---I like to listen to music with my fiancé.  


Now convert your list into vows.  Remember, a vow is a solemn promise, pledge, or personal commitment. No other vows are more personal or more permanent than your wedding vows. 


Contact:  Dr. Jim Frost

 330-903-4573     330-882-0342




Expressed in the Ceremony:

Take each other’s hands and place the rings on each other’s fingers as these vows are repeated.


I, ------- take you ------- to be my husband/wife.

my partner in life

and my one true love.

I will cherish our union

and love you more each day

than I did the day before.

I will trust you and respect you

laugh with you and cry with you.

I will love you faithfully

through good times and bad

regardless of the obstacles

we may face together.

I give you my hand, my heart, and my love

from this day forward

for as long as we both shall live.


Now place these vows into the ceremony below where it says Exchange of Rings and Vows



Musical Prelude


Officiant’s Greeting

Declaration of Intent--Do you ---?

Exchange of Rings and Vows

Pronouncement--I declare you ----


Introduction as husband and wife


Website Builder