5 Important Tips to consider when writing your own wedding vows

5 Important Tips to consider when writing your own wedding vows

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1 Avoid Too Much Metaphor or Simile

Having heard so many self-written wedding vows over the years as a wedding celebrant in Perth, I’ve certainly heard the excessive use of metaphor and simile, and rest assured; it’s not good. All this tends to do is make guest either raise their eyebrows, roll their eyes or just fall asleep. So avoid this common practice and just express your love for one another in the same, straight-forward way you would in any other circumstances.

2 Avoid Cliches

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3 Be Specific

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4 Be Careful With Humour

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5 Find a Trusted Editor

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Nina Guelfi

Swan Valley Celebrant

Will you be taking your wedding vows soon? Nina is an experienced and licenced Celebrant, who also performs Naming Ceremonies, Union and Commitment Ceremonies. So whatever your requirement is, don’t hesitate to give Nina a call on 0414 476 538, and chat about how she may be of service to you.

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