Renewal of Vows Ceremonies
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Renewal of Vows, Ceremonies, Wedding Anniversaries
Renewing Your Marriage Vows
Couples may decide to publicly 'Renew Their Vows' - Any Time!
To celebrate 10, 20, 25 or more years married
After a separation
After a significant event.
To show thankfulness for some experience.
When you renew your marriage vows you speak first:
to each other . . . . . and then
to all the family & friends that you invite to share the ceremony with you.
Some couples choose to re-enact as closely as possible what happened on their actual wedding day. This is a type of re-affirmation when you say to each other:
"Everything that I said at our wedding I mean in the same way today. I still love you as much and I renew my promises to you."
Some couples believe that they have progressed in their relationship or that something has changed that makes them want to make this occasion something different from their wedding day. They choose to make new promises that express more appropriately their developed relationship now. These couples are saying to each other:
"I love you differently to the way I loved you on our wedding day, but I want you to know that my commitment to you is just as strong and maybe even stronger than it ever was, because of what we have shared together."
, Renewal of Vows
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