Thinking about renewing your vows? Consider having a recommitment ceremony. A marriage renewal ceremony is a great way to revisit why you got married in the first place. As well as celebrating your successes. And committing to new relationship goals.
The majority of couples enter marriage in the interest of benefiting from their spouse. Within a year of a loving marriage, they soon find out that reciprocity is essential for a thriving relationship.
During the recommitment ceremony, an officiant asks if each party seeks to recommit to marriage. Each party is asked if their purpose is to share, love, and support one another.
Current wedding bands are acceptable or upgrade to a new setting. A pair wedding rings can also serve a symbols of the renewal of vows. A special message or your wedding renewal date can also be engraved on your wedding bands.
Refocus Your Marriage
First weddings are often overshadowed by the desire of loved ones. A renewal is a great way to finally place your romantic relationship and in the forefront of your marriage.
Exchange Personal Vows
You can also recite your own vows. A wedding officiant can help you craft your own vows.
Recommit on a Luckier Day
Was your first wedding a flop? Renew your vows without the anxiety of your first wedding. Select a day that strengthens your weakest relationship areas.
Certificate of Marriage Renewal
After the ceremony, it is customary to receive a certificate commemorating your renewal. Hang it in your bedroom to invoke marital bliss.