Reaffirmation Of Vows Wedding Ceremonies
At some point in your life you may feel the need to renew your vows and reaffirm your love and commitment to your betrothed. This is the case of many couples of today. Even those who are at the beginning of their wedding decide to plan a special party or ceremony on their wedding anniversary date. It’s nice to keep close to the excitement of the day you got married by celebrating every year of marriage. This allows you to keep your relationship tight and strong.
There are many reasons for why a couple may decide to reaffirm their vows. It’s true that you don’t need any particular reason to do so, but in some cases this action is required by a certain situation. For instance, those who have gone through a rougher time in their life may need a promise to start all over with a fresh mind and heart. And in this context, a vow renewal ceremony may be exactly what you need to make a good start for you and your partner.
Those who have kids and are going through a difficult period should try their best to make their marriage work and get to the day when they celebrate their vow renewal. But these types of events usually take place among those who are already very far in their relationship and wish to celebrate this success properly. It’s truly awesome to participate at a 50th year of marriage wedding anniversary and watch the two lovebirds saying their vows again.
This type of ceremony is very special for the couple because they now have children and perhaps grandchildren. We all wish our kids to be there on the wedding day. And we think that a vow renewal ceremony is the perfect opportunity to include your new members of the family in this affair and have them watching you as you say your vows. You can do it all over again the way you did it the first time so that your kids can feel like they’re witnessing the real wedding day!
Or, you can go back in time to live again those precious unique moments of your wedding day by choosing the same venue, the same music, the same outfits or the same theme. There are many ways to plan a vow renewal ceremony. You can do it in a smaller way or go for an ampler festivity. It depends on your budget and predisposition. Elderly couples typically go for something intimate and private. This ceremony should be personal, comfy and fun, no matter the style or formality you pick. If you’re “remarrying” in a religious manner, you can write your own vows in addition to the traditional ceremony readings.