Renewals

Renew Your Wedding Vows and tell the world you’d do it all over again.

You have shared a married life of joys and laughter as well as overcome difficult times as a team. Through it all, your spouse is now, more than ever, your very best friend. Your love has grown and matured.

In this busy world, a couple who have shared a married life of joys, laughter, pain and sorrow deserves some celebration! As a married couple, it is a time to pause and reflect on where you have been and where you are going.

It is also a wonderful example to set for your children and grandchildren. Can you imagine a more beautiful scene than children watching their parents joining hands and hearts as they affirm the magnitude and strength of their enduring love? What greater life/love lesson?

Vow renewal ceremonies can be as creative and personal as you want them to be. Walk down the aisle to classical music and walk out to “your song”. Your ceremony should be less formal than a wedding – more casual and fun. It can completely reflect the two of you.

Renewing your wedding vows is a deeply meaningful and memorable way to renew the bonds of love within a marriage, and to share that love with others in your life by declaring in a special way your continuing commitment to your spouse before family and friends.

Couples use the ceremony as an opportunity to publicly express their love and commitment to one another. Some reasons couples celebrate a vow re-affirmation might be to celebrate a significant wedding anniversary such as a 10th, 20th or 50th anniversary, maybe it might be to celebrate a life changing event or period in your lives or one of you coming through a stressful time or major illness and using the ceremony as a celebration of life.

There are few rules about vow renewal and the ceremony can be a simple expression of your commitment or larger gathering of family and friends and the resultant celebrations.

Which ever way you chose it can be tailored to the way you want.

There are no legal requirements except that it can not be a second wedding. As with any civil ceremonies you are only limited by your imagination in so far as the venue and style of ceremony that you want. Most vow renewals do not have attendants such as bridesmaids, best man and so on, but any of the original bridal party would surely love to attend and help you celebrate. This occasion is usually just for the couple to be the important component in re-affirming their commitment to each other and preparing for many more years and memories ahead.

I can help you plan and create a memorable ceremony and provide a beautiful Certificate to commemorate the occasion.

You bring the love and the guests, I will bring the energy, charm and magic to make your special day perfect!

My aim is to make your day all you could wish for – your ideas and dreams are what motivate me.

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