We’ve featured literally thousands of real weddings on Offbeat Wed, and most of them include an excerpt from the couple’s vows. For those of you planning your weddings and trying to write your wedding ceremony scripts, these wedding vow examples from real couples can be a great way to get ideas to help you figure out how to write your own wedding vows.
Wedding vows for atheists don’t have to be the same old traditional vows with the religious bits scrubbed out. Be inspired by these beautiful atheist vows.
I’m soooo tired of the wedding thing: the planning, the stressing, the fears that I’m not doing it right…and for what? By making my wedding unusual, authentic, personal, and different — okay, offbeat — I’m already almost guaranteeing that it won’t meet everyone’s expectations.
That’s why I’m making mine a vows-first wedding.
I scrawled some vows on notepaper the morning of the wedding, and my partner 100% winged it in the moment. I’m sharing these really just to reiterate what Offbeat Bride is all about: I hope you get to do whatever you want on your day.
If you’re writing your own custom wedding vows, you know how much time and effort they can take. You can totally immortalize your words with some wedding vows artwork to make sure all your hard work is saved forever. I saw a few gorgeous and simple ones that can come all framed and ready from Minted that I wanted to share.
Let’s see how you can turn your hard work into art on your walls…
Are you dreading writing your wedding vows? Here are four reasons I think that you should opt for prepared vows instead of writing your own vows.