TRADITIONAL WEDDING VOWS
I Will Love You Without Reservation
I, (Bride or Groom), take you, (Bride or Groom), to be my (lawfully wedded) husband/wife. I am secure in the knowledge that you will be my constant friend, my faithful partner in life, and my one true love.
On this our special day, I (affirm/give) to you in the presence of God and all those around us, my (pledge/sacred promise) to stay by your side as your (faithful) husband/wife in sickness and in health, in joy and in sorrow, and through the good times and the bad.
I promise to love you without reservation, comfort you in times of distress, encourage you to achieve all of your goals, laugh with you and cry with you, grow with you in mind and spirit, always be open and honest with you, and cherish you for as long as we both shall live.
More Traditional Wedding Vows
I, (Bride or Groom), take you, (Bride or Groom), to be my (lawfully wedded) husband/wife in the eyes of God, of the law of this land and of society from this day forward.
In the presence of all our family and friends, I give you my solemn promise to stay with you faithfully in our times of happiness and of sadness, in our times of health and of sickness, in our times of plenty and of need, through good times and through bad times.
I vow to you that I will give you my unconditional love and support, that I will honor, respect and cherish you for the rest of my life.
How Do I Love You
How do I love you, my (spouse’s name)?
Let me count the ways. I love you to the depth and breadth and height that my soul can reach. I love you to the level of every day’s most quiet need, by day and by night. I love you freely and honestly. I love you passionately and with my deepest faith. I love you, my (spouse’s name).
I promise to love you, to take care of you, to cherish you, to support you and to respect you. And if my lifetime of loving you is not enough, I promise you that I shall love you even better after death.