Vow renewals are joyous celebrations of the love between two individuals that can occur any number of years into a marriage. With divorce rates for new marriages rising, vow renewals become even more celebratory and rare. There are a variety of reasons a couple may choose to say “I do” a second time and in a previous blog we’ve touched on a few of the most common ones. Here are a couple more:
Sometimes, two people are so in love they just can’t wait to get their lives started with one another and end up eloping or making a quick trip to the courthouse for the nuptials. While they may not regret this quick marriage, down the line they may regret not having certain family and loved ones there to celebrate. Vow renewals allow those joined in quick marriages to have a formal ceremony with friends and family.
Above all else, one of the best and simplest reasons to renew vows is because of love. Sometimes, two people very much in love can fall out of it with time, but there are always couples that defy this and love each other more each and every day. Vow renewals are a great way to celebrate this happy and successful union.