Renewal of Vows
By Gay Celebrant
A vow renewal ceremony is for any couple that wishes to confirm the strength of their relationship in a unique and personal way.
Sometimes, a renewal of vows ceremony coincides with a milestone, such as a special anniversary. Or it may be a celebration of getting through a rough patch in a relationship.
For others, although the vows were always there, perhaps their renewal takes the place of the ceremony you just weren’t able to have until now because of a range of factors.
Whatever the reason, a renewal of vows ceremony is designed to signal a couple’s renewed commitment to each other.
Any couple of any age can arrange a renewal of vows ceremony.
I’ll work with you to put together a ceremony that reflects you and your unique circumstances – one that you and all your guests will remember forever.
This will allow me to get an idea of what sort of ceremony you’re after. We can then decide on a mutually agreed date when we can meet up.
Let’s sit down over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and get to know each other. I can tell you things from my experience and we can see if we vibe well. And we can share ideas of to create a plan of events along with a customised vow renewal package.
I’ll work with you to draft and then deliver an authentic ceremony in which you renew your vows to each other. It can be as serious or as relaxed as you wish.
Couples renew because of various reasons. It could be because you didn’t have a ceremony earlier or you went through a rough patch successfully. You can still have a ceremony to say how strong your commitment means to you.
You can renew anytime you want, within a month or on every anniversary. Renewal ceremonies are devoid of legalities and are quite emotional. You can renew anytime you feel you have crossed a milestone together.
As this is not a legally bound ceremony like a wedding anyone close to you can officiate it. You can have the ceremony anywhere that holds any emotional significance for you.
Couples usually invite close friends and family who have been part of your journey. They could be old friends and family or your initial wedding invitees.