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Vow Booklets - Why they are great and terrible for your ceremony!


Wedding items are on sale everywhere this week, and you may be tempted to buy those cute, little vow booklets from Indigo, Chapters, or online. Here is my insight into what to consider before buying them for your wedding.

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πŸ‘ If you both have the same books, it looks consistent and tidy.

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πŸ‘ They put context to your photos on the moment you were saying your vows (rather than cell phones, which just look like your checking email!)

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πŸ‘ They are a great keepsake to read again on your 1st yr anniversary 🎊

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The DOWNSIDES:


πŸ‘Ž They often have way too many pages to turn, which can be awkward if you are holding a microphone 🎀.

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πŸ‘ŽThey are bulky in pockets, and if you don't have pockets, you need someone to hand yours to you.

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πŸ‘Ž You have to be able to read your own writing πŸ˜ƒ and hand writing isn't as easy for editing. Your book doesn't look as good if it is full of scribbled out words.

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My #officianttip ...opt for greeting cards instead, or get booklets with fewer pages. Print and paste your vows out from your computer. And finally, give them to a Wedding Party Person with pockets to hold and present during the ceremony.

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These tips and more on Vow Writing in my blog.



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