Have so much you want to say in your vows, but don’t know where to start? Our Vow Builder helps you capture the unique love you feel for your partner, while also ensuring your vows balance your partner's in length and tone.
FIRST...ALIGN ON TONE AND LENGTH
We’ve all seen when one partner pours out their heart and soul, and the other person...doesn’t. Select your preferences and ensure your vows are on the same page.
NEXT... GET INSPIRED
Answer a few curated questions about your favorite stories, memories, and moments of love, and we’ll help generate a first draft without the stress.
LAST... MAKE IT YOUR OWN
Customize and edit your vows so they feel authentically you, while having fun sharing new ideas and stories to see a variety of ways it can all be worded.
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Absolutely not! We take privacy of vows extremely seriously, and there is no way for your partner to view your vows (unless you go in and manually change the privacy settings to make them visible to your partner).
While using the Vow Builder, you'll be able to select your preferred length and tone for your vows. While the content of your vows will of course be kept private (see FAQ #1), your partner's vow length and tone will show up in the Ceremony Builder Script Editing tool.
Once you generate (and polish up) your vows in our Vow Builder tool, your vows will automatically populate into the "Vows" section of the Ceremony Builder Script Editor.