“A” is for “Adore”

Written by on August 7, 2011 in Readings & Vows - No comments

Many brides and grooms have a bit of stage-fright when thinking about writing their own vows. I recently came across a nifty book called Wedding Words Vows, by Jennifer Ceglielski. The little volume contains a lot of good information and ideas, including the following list of words to inspire vow writing:

Adore, Adventure, Affection, Always, Appreciate, Aspirations, Beginning, Beloved, Bond, Camaraderie, Care, Celebrate, Challenges, Cherishes, Comfort, Comfort, Committed, Communication, Compassion, Compassion, Complement, Complete, Confidante, Connect, Connection, Constant, Cooperation, Covenant, Dear, Declare, Deserving, Devotion, Dignity, Dream, Encourage, Enduring, Entrust, Eternal, Eternity, Experience, Faithful, Fidelity, Forever, Friend, Friendship, Fulfilled, Future, Gift, Goals, Happiness, Harmony, Heart, Honest, Honor, Hope, Ideal, Inspiration, Integrity, Join, Journey, Joy, Learning, Lifetime, Loyal, Meaning, Mindful, Mutual, Nurture, One, Partner, Patient, Possibilities, Precious, Promise, Pure, Real, Regard, Relationship, Respect, Responsible, Sacred, Search, Share, Side-by-Side, Soul, Soul mate, Steadfast, Strengthen, Support, Thankful, Together, Treasure, True, Trust, Unconditional, Understanding, Union, Unite, Unity, Unwavering, Uphold, Value, Wish, and Worthy!

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As a professional ceremony officiants I believe in the power and effectiveness of ceremony and ritual to serve basic needs, both of society and you as an individual. In close collaboration with you and your loved ones, I love to create and perform personalized ceremonies that reflect your beliefs, your philosophy of life, and your personality.

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