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Wedding Vows

  1. A note about my perception of the difference between "I do's" and "wedding vows." I call the "I do's" or "I will's" the Intent, because I am determining if you intend on continuing -- or give me permission to continue with -- the wedding ceremony. The Celebrant Foundation & Institute calls this "the asking." I have used and seen this part as the wedding vows; especially if the couple is too shy to... speak in front of their guests.

    When the "I do's" are used as the Intent, the couple's wedding vows are words they speak from their hearts directly to each other. This is what they are promising to fulfill in their marriage.

    When a couple is holding hands and facing each other on their wedding day, there is no need to feel shy or awkward. They are in a magical bubble made up of all the love and support from their family and friends.

    Whether you write your own vows or use selected wording, nothing comes between your two hearts connecting in love.  

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obat kanker darah on Monday, April 14, 2014 10:16 PM
your blog is very interesting
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