“A” is for “Adore”

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!


Whether your wedding is an impromptu affair or has been months, or even years, in the making, I want to help you fashion a ceremony that reflects your history, philosophy, creativity, personality, and style – as individuals and as a couple.

Let’s craft a wonderful, meaning-filled ceremony that expresses the most significant aspect of your lives…one that recognizes the profound commitment you are making, as well as the sheer joy of the occasion.