If I asked you
If I asked you Wedding Vows of Brian and Kim. These vows were exchanged at the same time with Brian and Kim alternating Brian and Kim together: I promise to pay attention to details Kim: I promise to tell you I love you and need you Brian: I promise to love you Brian: I promise to love you [ Note: Notice how the vows start out real serious and then Kim says- "to quit screaming at the TV when Jay Cutler throws an interception.
The same thing happened again when Brian mentioned Nascar and Kim answered him with her own come back. This is an outstanding use of humor in a vow exchange. Wedding Vows of Trey and Amanda.
I knew from the moment I met you that day that there was something different about you and I was right - you're a Cubs fan! Looking back, I would have to say it was your stunning blue eyes and true smile that got my attention first.
But there was more there that wouldn't let me stop thinking about you after I left that day, and I haven't stopped thinking about you since even during both of my bachelor parties!
I went back a couple of days later and mustered up the courage to find you again and ask for your number and I have to say it was the best decision I've made in my life. You are everything, and then some, I could have ever hoped for in a woman.
Loving, caring, nurturing, sympathetic, thoughtful, intelligent. I would keep going but I don't want your head to get too big.
Seriously though, as my best friend Brian said. You like to be punctual and prepared, I tend to be a little late and throw things together at the last minute and for the record, I am better than I used to be, but I have to admit it's because of your positive influence.
I have never felt such balance in a relationship and that is one of the main reasons I believe that we will be able to overcome anything together. It' just too bad there's only one great baseball team in Chicago right now and we know who that is right?
I look forward to raising a family together, and spending the rest of my life with you. You're going to make a wonderful mother when the time comes, I just hope that time comes a little later rather than sooner because I'm not ready to share you just yet! I promise to be faithful, to be as selfless as I can be, by putting you, us, and eventually our family above all else.
It may seem like I forget a lot of things, but I will never forget our first handshake in the parking lot at Champs.
I will never forget our first kiss in that Bennigan's parking lot. And I will never forget the kiss we share today in this ceremony and I hope it's a long, long time before we share our last kiss. I love you always and forever! Amanda to Trey From the first time I laid eyes on you, I absolutely melted, literally!
My hands were clammy and I became a sweaty mess. And there was something about that feeling that let me know there were good things to come. From our first date, to our first handshake, our first kiss, our first Cubs game, and for your sake- a Sox game.
We've shared our first ski trip- or "tumble down the mountain", an awesome trip to Hawaii and had many other amazing firsts. So when someone asks me how I knew you were "the one" I can easily say I have found someone, who just like me, has been raised by amazing parents and surrounded by awesome friends.If you need additional assistance writing your vows, I recently read a page Wedding Vow Toolkit that has a lot of examples and good suggestions to get you going.
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