Christine Grant
Renewal of vows

Renewal of Vows

A renewal of wedding vows ceremony can be a meaningful, touching, revivifying ceremony for you and your children, family and friends, filled with joy and magic and as relaxed and informal as you wish. As a married couple, it is a time to pause and reflect on where you have been and where you are going. It is also a wonderful example to set for your children and grandchildren. Can you imagine a more beautiful scene than children watching their parents joining hands and hearts as they affirm the magnitude and strength of their enduring love?
What greater life/love lesson?

 'True love does not wither or die. It merely ripens.'

An example of renewal vows:
Mary, 25 years ago, I pledged my love and commitment to you,
but it seems like only yesterday.
I promised to love you, honour you, comfort and keep you.
I pledged to be by your side in sickness and in health,

in times of want and times of plenty, for better or worse,
for the rest of our lives.
We have had all of those things and you have been by my side
as we created a family, a home, and a life together.
Today, at the beginning of our 26th year as husband and wife,
in the presence of our wonderful children and their partners,
our gorgeous grandchildren and our special friends
I renew my vows to you, pledging my eternal love
and eagerly awaiting what the next 25 years brings us.
I love you Mary more than words can express
you are my everything.