Frequently Asked Vow Renewal Questions
Can you give any advice that will help? Our best piece of advice is this; Throw away any of the formalities of a wedding ceremony. Really, it’s that easy. Remember that keeping it simple helps everything become stress-free.
Do I have to show my marriage license? There is no license required for a Vow Renewal ceremony!
May I have my family and friends at the ceremony? Of course! Depending on the location of your ceremony will determine the amount of people may be present for your ceremony.
Do I get to choose the location? Our Arizona vow renewal ceremonies are performed anywhere you plan on having the celebration however, you are responsible for any and all permitting, permissions and location, venue and/or park fees.
How long is a vow renewal ceremony? Our ideal length for a vow renewal ceremony is 20 to 30 minutes depending on the elements selected for the ceremony.
Do we need new rings to renew your vows? While some couples have a real connection to their wedding rings, others view the vow renewal ceremony as an opportunity to exchange new rings. … Even the experts agree, there is no traditional ring exchange at a vow renewal but you can reaffirm your love with new rings or put your own spin on your classic vows.
Can we include our children? Yes, of course and it brings such a wonderful element to your ceremony. Reading and acts of celebration can be added, at NO additional charge to help them share in the magic of your day!
How often? Vow renewals are often celebrated at 5, 10, 25, or 50 years, but can happen anytime couples wish! Some couples decide to renew vows after they’ve had children or after an important milestone.