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Wedding vows: 9 frequent couples mistakes

1. IMPROVISION
Many couples are sure that there is no need to prepare oaths in advance, it is enough just to speak from the heart. But it is not. At a crucial moment, both of you are likely to just lose your head and can hardly cope with emotions. And, of course, all the beautiful phrases just fly out of your head.

2. DO NOT DELAY!
You always put off writing oaths and remembered that she was not ready, just on the eve of the wedding? It is not right! The best time to write an oath is one to two weeks before the marriage. This is enough not only to formulate what you want to say, but also to have time to learn the text.

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3. DON’T GET INVOLVED
Make sure your oaths are succinct and concise. List, for what you appreciate your partner, how he attracts you, and, if you wish, describe in a few words what your life together represents. This is enough, do not need unnecessary details and long memories.

4. PERSONAL DETAILS
An oath is not a love letter. You should not delve into the description of some personal experiences and especially details that should be known only to you two. When writing oaths, remember that it is your intention to tie the knot in the presence of witnesses. No more!

5. NO CONSENT
There is nothing more awkward than a situation where the oath of one of the partners consists of a couple of words, and the speech of the other takes a few minutes. Agree in advance about how long the oath of each of you should last. Take into account the total duration of the ceremony so that it does not get too long.

6. DON’T FORGET THE MICROPHONE
This advice is especially relevant if there are many guests at the wedding. Even if you hold hands, take the microphone in your free hand, otherwise guests will not hear your words. And do not forget to practice in advance to speak it.

7. FORGET THE WORDS OF THE OWL
This happens much more often than you think. That is why you should grab the text of the oath with you. He can be given to the witness or to one of the relatives. After the marriage ceremony, save it as a souvenir.

8. DON’T TAKE BOW TIE
If he has nowhere to hide, give him to save one of the bridesmaids so that he is ready at the most touching moment. Or the bridegroom so that he can calm you down if you do not cope with emotions.

9. BETWEEN A WOMAN AND A BRIEF NO CONTACT
This is the most common mistake when the bride and groom do not look at each other at the time of their vows. It seems that it is important for them to just correctly pronounce the text, without delving into its content. Therefore, do not appeal to the hall, but to your loved one!

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