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How to write wedding vows that sound great on film!

Vow reading is one of the most important aspects of the ceremony – and the entire love celebration. If you want to enhance your big day’s experience by adding a personal touch, then we have the perfect solution for you!

Today, we’re here to share a few useful tips on writing your wedding vows. Moreover, we’ll teach you how to utter them so they sound great on film. Let’s begin!

All you need to know about writing your wedding vows

Many couples are still unsure whether they can write their own version of the vows for their special day. And the answer is: Yes, you can!

Once you realize this is one of the greatest wedding ideas you can use, it’s time that we discuss your vows’ length. These written pieces are supposed to convey your true emotions and intentions without being too long.

The best practice to check whether they’re the perfect length is to practice saying them before the day. Ideally, you should be able to read them in 2-3 minutes, as this is enough time to say all you want to say without boring the guests. Plus, it leaves enough space for personalization without allowing you to go overboard. It also ensures that they will fit into your video highlight!

Now that you’re familiar with the ideal vow length let’s discover some tips to help you write them better and more easily!

How to write wedding wows?

Now comes the part where you’ll have to take your pen and paper and start writing. We know that you may find this quite challenging, which is why we’re here – to give you some useful wedding advice that will help you write your wedding vows easier!

  • Read examples

The best source of inspiration is reading as many vow examples as possible. You can get inspired from real-life or fictional examples, and you might even ask a friend or family member to share with you their own.

  • Talk to your partner

Although you’re not supposed to share your wedding ideas with your partner, it will be helpful if you agree on the tone and format of your vows. Talk about whether you want them to sound more fun and engaging or if they should lean more toward being intentional and heartwarming.

  • Think about how they sound

Once you decide on the right tone and what you’re willing to share, it’s time that you write your vows. But this isn’t the most important part of the process. What you need to pay attention to is how you’ll sound when reading them, as you’ll want to make sure they’re audible for your video.

You can practice speaking loudly and clearly so that your guests can hear you. This will also ensure that your voice in the wedding film is crystal clear and all the words you utter are easily understandable.

We hope that our advice on writing your own wedding vows will help you come up with creative text that will be your favorite part of the video. For more inspiration and useful advice, don’t forget to read through the rest of our blogs. And if you need a professional to help you film your special day, get in touch with us through our contact page.

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