In a time where divorce can seem commonplace, a couple managing to stay together through thick and thin deserves some celebration. If you and your spouse have made it to a significant anniversary, or you just want to have a "do-over" wedding, consider a vow renewal.
Reasons You Might Want a Vow Renewal
- You want to celebrate your five-year, 10-year, 25-year, etc. wedding anniversary.
- You only got married legally before and now want to marry religiously.
- You only got married religiously before and now want to marry legally.
- Your first wedding had some element of disaster, and you want a do-over.
- You didn't have much money for your first wedding, and you want a more elaborate wedding.
- You got married and only a few people present, so you'd like to say wedding vows in front of lots of family and friends.
- You've had some rocky times in your relationship, and would now like to reaffirm your commitment to one another.
- You simply think it would be romantic.
On the flip side, a bad reason to have a vow renewal ceremony would be because you miss wedding planning and want to throw another party. The focus of any wedding, but especially a vow renewal should be the promises you are making to each other and the sacred ritual of marriage—not the party.
- Personalized ceremony (10 - 20 minutes)
- Unity ritual of choice
- A cultural ritual of choice
- Unlimited revisions
- Unlimited emails, Zoom, and phone calls
- Any venue of choice (parking and/or admission fees extra)
- Wireless microphone and speaker available for an additional fee
Full Service - Customized Ceremony $450
MICRO Non-Customized Ceremony $250