Lots of couples love the deeply personal nature of writing their own wedding vows, but often find it difficult to sit down and actually spell out how they feel. Sound familiar? This expert advice should help you find the right words.
Make sure everyone is on board. Some religions require that you use specific, traditional wording for part or all of your vows - a quick chat with your officiant should alleviate any concerns. If all's clear, have a heart-to-heart with your fiancé to determine if you will write them together or separately, and, if the latter, they will follow the same structure or be entirely individual.