Writing your own vows can be romantic because they are personal and intimate. It also gives you a chance to let your personality show — and your imagination run wild. Thanks to the power of the internet we have collected ten of the funniest, strangest vow.
A hairy situation
This girl I know from high school posted her wedding vows on Facebook, and the closest thing she made to an actual vow was telling him she’d shave his back when they get old.
Now that’s competition
I vowed to my husband that I would always find him hotter than Vin Diesel.
It’s forever… Terms and conditions apply
At my father’s second wedding, he and his wife vowed to “Love and be faithful for as long as we can stand each other.”
It’s a kinda magic…not!
I went to a wedding where they wrote their own vows. The groom’s vows were very romantic, the bride… well she said something along the lines of “I like that you let me love Harry Potter even though you hate it.”
The bride was trying to be funny and promised to change her groom’s diapers when he got old.
Love vs sport
“Until death do we part…or until you become a Cubs fan.”
Clearly not a romantic
My brother’s wedding was super sketch. He made the vows up on the spot and it included this line: “I promise to clean your glasses when you smudge them.”
Hunting for a compromise
At a wedding last summer, and the hunting-loving groom promised not to spend too much time hunting. The bride promised to be quiet in the tree stand.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day
From a wedding I photographed in Germany was, “And I promise there will always be bagels.” That morning, the bride had planned to make the groom a bagel, as he loves them so much. When the bakery in the small town didn’t have any, she cut the middle out of a normal bread roll and stuck in a sign saying, “I’m a bagel.”
Live long and prosper
The groom promised to be the bride’s slave, and then they had everyone stand to give them a Vulcan blessing.