A vow renewal is a time to celebrate and there are many ways to do that. Here are 5 of our recommendations.

Reuniting the Flame: 5 Ways to Celebrate Your Vow Renewal
Reuniting the Flame: 5 Ways to Celebrate Your Vow Renewal

Congratulations! You have survived your 1st/5th/10th/50th year of marriage. No matter how much you love each other, marriage is a lot of work and you deserve to celebrate your commitment to each other. Planning a vow renewal ceremony can be a fantastic way to recommit for the year's to come and show the world how much you are still in love after all these years. We have compiled a list of 5 ways that you can celebrate your vow renewal as you move on to the next chapter of your life together.

1. Throw a BIG Party

If the original wedding wasn't what you had hoped for, or you just want all your family and friends to celebrate with you, a big party can be a great solution for your vow renewals. Some couples choose to include aspects of their original wedding into the party, such as the same wedding cake design, or excerpts from your original vow ceremony. The nostalgia factor is a great added touch. 

2. Go off and "elope"

Many resorts offer vow renewal ceremony packages to their guests. Choose an all-inclusive resort such as Sandals, and jet off to an island just the two of you. You can, of course, invite other guests. But the allure of 'eloping' can add excitement to your decision to renew your vows.

3. Renew your Vows in the Church

If you were married in the church, you may find the idea of renewing your vows in the church very symbolic. Many couples choose this option who are wanting a more traditional approach to the ceremony. If you'd like, you can plan a reception at a different venue to celebrate the commitment you have just shared.

4. Have a Destination Vow Renewal

Take the whole family to Hawaii and rent out a luxury hotel for the evening. Have your vow renewal ceremony on the beach, and then make a vacation of it. This is a great option for couples who are looking for an excuse to take their children and grandchildren on a big trip together.

5. Have a Wedding

For couples who got married at the courthouse because they couldn't afford a wedding, vow renewal weddings are extremely popular. From bridesmaids to elaborate floral arrangements, a vow renewal wedding can be almost like the real thing. Since you don't need to worry about any legal paperwork, the options are as endless as your imagination.

Whether you choose a private getaway that is just the two of you, or a huge party with all your family and friends, a vow renewal is a very special way to show each other how the vows you took on your wedding day are still meaningful today. 

To book your vow renewal at home or abroad, contact us today!

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