Renewing your wedding vows is the ultimate way tell your spouse, and the world, that you would do it all over again. Finding the perfect way to recreate your special day together basically boils down to taste and budget. It is your special day--again-- and you have the luxury of putting it together just the way you want.
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Your Dream Wedding
Have the wedding of your dreams. Often couples, especially if they marry young, have limited budgets, which set the tone for their wedding ceremony. Many still have a lingering desire for all the bells and whistles they envisioned if money were not a factor. If you have the ability, treat yourself to the magical wedding you always wanted.
Combine your dream honeymoon with your vow-renewal ceremony. A cruise to a sun-drenched island can provide the picture-perfect backdrop for your wedding. A trip for two to an exotic location is both intimate and romantic. Keep the exchange of vows as long or as short as you like, since it is just the two of you on your dream vacation.
Do something unexpected or daring this time around. A road trip to Las Vegas with your maid of honour and best man (and their spouses, if applicable) can be the making of a vow renewal that looks more like a few crazy kids hitting the strip. Let Elvis officiate; then continue the party at a nearby casino or take in a show.
Involve the Children
Children rarely get to witness the commitment made by their parents in a wedding ceremony., but they can take part in the renewal of your vows. From the planning--one of your older children can help with organising catering, deliveries and flowers--to the wedding itself, keep them involved. A son can stand up for his dad as best man or give mom away in holy matrimony to the only one he trusts to love her for a lifetime. A daughter can be the maid of honour or the flower girl.
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