When you write your own wedding vows why not include your children ‐‐ and even your guests?!
If there are children involved in your relationship then it’s a nice touch to include them in your wedding vows, either by mentioning them by name, or giving them their own special lines to say.
Groom: Today, ___, I ask you to by my wife. To be loving, tolerant and loyal, supporting me in my life. I ask that you vow to do your best for our relationship, for our children and for our lives together. Will you promise this?
Bride: I will. And I ask you, ___, to be my husband. To be devoted and faithful, loving and supporting me and working for the good of our relationship and our family, Will you promise this?
Groom: I will.
Registrar/celebrant: As ___ and __ come together as husband and wife, they create a new family, The children of __ and __ are now going to ask for a promise from their parents.
Children (together or taking one line each): Will you accept us as part of your family together? Will you love and care for us? Will you guide and support us?
Bride and Groom: We will
Registrar/Celebrant: Today __, __ and their children have made anew family, and together they promise to consider each other, to be loving, respectful and devoted to each othe
I pledge today that I will be a loving and devoted husband/wife to you, and a loving and devoted parent to__ and __.
In front of our children I promise to keep only to you for as long as we both shall live.
I, ___, take you, __, to be my lawful wedded wife and your children, ___and __, to be our family.
I look forward to spending the rest of my life with you and our children, __ and __ saring the good times, supporting you through the bad.
I offer myself to you as a partner in life, and to our children as a parent.
I promise to accept the responsibility of being a loving and guiding parent to your children.
From this day forward, I make this solemn vow, that I will always be there for you and our children, in sickness and in health, for richer or poorer, till death us do part.