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What is Church Wedding Vows and Vows and the Law of the Vows

The vows that you will make are a BIG part of your wedding day and have been spoken by millions of couples over the centuries. They can NOT be re-written or CHANGED in any way for legal reasons– they are the words of commitment to a shared life that define you as ‘married’.      The marriage vows are spoken before God and in front of your family and friends { witnesses } . Along with the vows, you will make are a ‘DECLARTIONS !’, of an OATH !!! which you are taking as you confirm that you will always love and care for each other in a way that will please God. The lifetime commitment of these promises and statements are represented when you give the rings to each other, as a symbol of unending and from that day you put the ring on as you giving the stamp of confirm and combined the vows so the rings are the part of the wedding that's is like coat of arms. So soon YOU put a ring on you have the stamp of promises and love of intention of marriage in law. But the ring symbol what you had said and finished vows but SOON you take off of the ring just for washing up or for scratched your finger or anything  it mean you have broken your promise of your vow in law ! of love and the intention of marriage and it doesn't matter you put the ring back on you have STILL BROKEN what said in law and in the intention of marriage so from that day you put a ring on that the day it stay`s on for rest of your life so anyway soon you said the vows and said enough hours and in love and low. This completes the marriage, meaning you can now sign the Register as a legal record and that confirm the oath you taken what you have said is now legal in law and in the intention of marriage at that point when the vows are said, you turn to each other, take each other’s right hand and say:

I, Martin , take you, John
to be my husband,
to have and to hold
from this day forward;
for better, for worse,
for richer, for poorer,
in sickness and in health,
to love and to cherish,
till death us do part,
according to God’s holy law.
In the presence of God I make this vow.’

So these vows are unique to the church weddings. By making these promises in the aoth and in law of the intention of marriage and in the church, You invite a loving and profoundly caring God to help you KEEP !! THEM FOR LIFE !!!.
But you can we write our own vows?
The official vows cover all those things I hope from a good marriage and are a legally binding, so they can not be changed. However, there may be some special, additional things you and your partner want to say to each other in this setting.
Some couples have done this by writing something as an additional reading, or using poetry or an extract from a book to say those things in a personal way. 
So if you are going make your vows up just think of something that is personal to you I mean something that you want to promises. In the oath and in law of the intention of marriage but try make it more special by looking into your heart and going deep down and find why you love him or her and something about that person and by the way you love that person and how much you care but the vows you make still  is a DECLARTIONS !’, of an OATH !!! which you are taken  as confirm that you will always love and care for each other in a way that will please the the law and you. The lifetime commitment of these promises  intention of marriage. So if you are kind of person that is funny and loud kind of person you can make your vow  funny and loud to make it more who you are and more personal but do try to keeping simple but not too long so this what a funny vow can be like

I Simon, take you Susan, to be my lawfully wedded wife.
To be together in happiness and strife,
To have and to hold,
Even if your cooking grows meld.
I love you in richness and in debt,
And cherish all moments since we have met.
I promise to love you until the end of my days,
As long as you stay out of my baseball plays.
I pledge to be faithful
Even when we're old and dull. 

What does it mean of a vow? 
a solemn promise, pledge, or personal commitment: marriage vows; a vow of secrecy. 2. a solemn promise made to a deity or saint committing oneself to an act, service, or condition. 3.