If you were the bride would this wedding vow make you cry ?

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  • If you were the bride would this wedding vow make you cry ?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 02:57
No, sorry, it would not. You can't be her everything nor should you be. That's like saying she isn't a strong woman, she can't stand on her own two feet, that she can't handle life. It makes her sound weak and pitiful. Why wouldn't she be walking by your side and facing the world together and being a support to each other to conquer any diversity you might face together?
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 11:07
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 07:55
These vows focus on a lot of negative. If you are sad, if your world its raining, if this is bad. If that is bad. I dont like them. I think you need to concentrate more on what is good, not what you promise if things are bad. And I also agree that the last part indicated that she cannot take care of herself. It is very insulting. You cannot possibly be her everything, nor should you be expected to be. That is a very unhealthy relationship.
Answer #4 | 22/12 2013 04:54
No.....I went thru my entire wedding ceremony, both marriages, without one tear.. You need to shorten them, and becareful too because they are bordering on one poster mentioned.
Answer #5 | 22/12 2013 12:18
Nope. In fact, they sound horrible.. I would rewrite them if I were you.
Answer #6 | 22/12 2013 12:32
I understand what you're trying to do, but this makes it sound like your marriage is going to be a disaster, or your fiancée won't survive without you. What about having fun together, facing the world together, things like that. Don't try to make her cry, try to make her smile.
Answer #7 | 24/12 2013 09:56
I'd probably cry, but not for the reason you'd want. A vow is a promise you make to her, not a bunch of "what-if" scenarios. And some of these are just cheesy. If she gets sick, you'll "nurse her back to health"? Don't try to be clever. Just write from your heart.
Answer #8 | 22/12 2013 18:21
ugh... where is the razor.
Answer #9 | 22/12 2013 16:49
No offense, but this sounds too forced. This is something you would see in a romantic comedy. I like that you're writing your own vows, but they need to sound like YOU. Unless you talk like this everyday, start again. FYI, one person cannot/should not be someone's everything. As much as the two of you love each other, you cannot meet every single need. You will still need your friends, family, jobs, hobbies, etc. Saying you'll be her everything is unrealistic and promise you will not be able to keep.
Answer #10 | 22/12 2013 12:37
This is very general. If you are writing your owns vows I would suggest making them more personal to the both of you instead of keeping it so generic.

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