7 Things to Do With Your
Vows After Your Wedding
Cram - Brisbane Marriage Celebrant
| Vows | Wedding
You've worked hard on your vows to make sure they
will be perfect on the day. The promises you make to
one another are the heart, soul, and centrepiece of
your ceremony. They come from your best and higher
selves. They are also the blueprint for your
marriage and a timeless reminder of what is
important to you both. So don't pack them
Include the text of your
vows in your thank you letters
When you thank you guests for coming to your wedding
and for the gift they gave you, ask them to support
you in your marriage and in faithfully keeping your
vows and include a copy of the personal promises you
made on the day.
Save your vows in your
If you read your vows on the day, save your vows
cards in your wedding album. If you repeated them
after you celebrant, print them out on acid-free
Frame your vows
Thanks to computers, we all have access to multiple
ways of creating beautifully formatted text.
Format your vows and print out on thick paper,
frame, and display where you see them all the time.
Your bedroom is a perfect choice.
Create a digital version
of your vows
- Turn them into a screensaver
- Keep a copy on your phone
Create a laminated vows
card to carry in your wallet
If your vows are not too long, format them to credit
card size, print out on card, and laminate. Carry
them in your wallet. If they are long, summarise
them in dot points and print and laminate.
Read your vows out loud to
one another again and again
On date night, once a month, every anniversary,
light the candles, pour the wine, and read your vows
out loud to one another again. Bring them out and
re-read them whenever you hit a rough patch to
remind you to hold steady.
Revisit your vows on
Consider your vows to be a living document. Are they
still relevant? Do they reflect your current
aspirations for your marriage? Do you need to update
them to reflect changing priorities or
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