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Renewal of Marriage Vows ceremonies are for a couple who wish to reaffirm the commitment they made to each other in Marriage – and to re affirm their bond as a couple.

Couples choose to reaffirm their marriage vows do so for many different reasons

Often to celebrate a‘ milestone’ anniversary - To share and enjoy the event with their children, (and perhaps grandchildren) family and friends, reiterating their continued love and commitment to each other.

Important anniversaries (tenth, twenty-fifth, fiftieth) are often chosen for reaffirmation of vows, but reaffirmation can also be a rite of passage into a new period of your marriage.   Because every marriage is unique, there is no one right or best time for reaffirming your vows - you know when it is the right time for you.

Perhaps your original ceremony was rushed for legal or convenience reasons, or maybe you've been through a particularly difficult time and a reaffirmation ceremony can be an act of hope and renewal – a new beginning

Maybe you were married overseas and were away from family and friends? This can be a wonderful way of including all those who couldn’t be at your wedding and letting them share in your happy occasion.

Reaffirmation ceremonies are arranged in a similar fashion to a wedding, however there are no legal requirements, as there is no actual Marriage, and so considerable time can be spent with the couples discussing the content of the ceremony and how you would like it to be presented.

You may wish to repeat the vows shared on your wedding day, or create new ones - the choice is yours and it would be my pleasure to assist you in this. It is a delightful ceremony to share with family and friends.

 

 

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