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Traditional wedding vows often have a timeless and poetic quality, expressing the couple’s commitment, love, and promises to each other. While these vows can vary based on cultural, religious, or personal preferences, here are some ideas that you may consider incorporating into traditional wedding vows:

1. Declaration of Love:
“I take you to be my lawful wedded [husband/wife], to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, until death do us part.”

2. Promises of Support:
“I promise to stand by you and support you in all your endeavors. I will be your partner in life’s adventures, sharing in both the triumphs and the challenges that come our way.”

3. Fidelity:
“I promise to be faithful and loyal to you, to honor and respect you, and to create a home filled with love, trust, and understanding.”

4. Communication:
“I vow to listen to you with compassion and understanding, and to speak to you with encouragement and honesty. Together, we will communicate openly and build a foundation of trust.”

5. Growth and Change:
“As we grow and change together, I promise to embrace both the person you are today and the person you will become. I will strive to grow with you, learn with you, and support your dreams.”

6. Friendship:
“You are my best friend, and I will cherish our friendship always. I promise to laugh with you in times of joy and comfort you in times of sorrow.”

7. Shared Dreams and Goals:
“I look forward to building a life with you, creating a home filled with warmth and love. I promise to encourage your dreams, and I will be there with you to pursue our shared goals.”

8. Gratitude:
“I am grateful for the love you have shown me, and I promise to show my love for you in both small gestures and grand actions. I am thankful for the gift of you.”

9. Eternal Commitment:
“I commit my life to you, acknowledging that our love is a journey, not a destination. I will stand by you, no matter what the future holds, for as long as we both shall live.”

10. Closing:
“In the presence of our family and friends, I make these vows to you. With all that I am and all that I have, I pledge my love and commitment to you for all the days of my life.”

Feel free to customize these ideas to reflect your personal beliefs, values, and the unique nature of your relationship. Writing your own vows can add a deeply personal touch to your wedding ceremony.



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