Your wedding day will undoubtedly be one of the most important and most memorable days of your life, and, your vows are your most important contribution to the wedding ceremony.
Writing wedding vows to make him cry means you are making a sincere promise of love, for a lifetime.
Even for the most macho and toughest of guys, expressing your most heartfelt and genuine vows may bring tears of happiness to his eyes. You just need to put all your thoughts and feelings into the right words to get your message across.
Tips of writing wedding vows
Here are a few tips that are sure to help you write wedding vows to make him cry:
Sample Wedding Vows to Make Him Cry
With these tips, you can write the perfect wedding vows to make him cry. But if you are still stuck, here are a few sample wedding vows to make him cry:
From the day I met you, I knew this was going to be something special. I’ve always admired how you acted towards your friends, family and even complete strangers.
You have always supported and helped me to grow as a woman. I have you to thank for boosting my self-confidence and for reminding me that I’m smart, beautiful and loveable even on my worst days.
For this reason, I am proud to make you my husband. I promise to love and cherish you always and keep the love and fire you have in your heart burning strong.
I promise to support you during the good times and the bad and to never let this world break your kind, loving spirit.
Alex, you are my one true love, my rock, and my peace. Thank you for being a part of my life now, and forever.
You are my heart, my light, my love, and my soulmate. You make all the wrong things right, and you always manage to put a smile on my face.
Whenever I am with you, I get this feeling that words cannot describe. It is something that I would hate to lose and that’s why I pledge my heart and soul to you.
I pledge to stand by you always, no matter the consequences. And to let you know when you’re wrong.
I pledge to uplift and honor you, even after you make me mad by leaving the toilet seat up.
I pledge to be open and honest with you, even when it might be hard to hear.
And I pledge to love you always, even when we’re old and grey and today is a distant memory.
Marcus, to me you one in a million. For that reason, I promise to love and cherish you as my life partner and to always stick by your side when obstacles come our way.
I promise to be the best wife I can be, and the best mother to our son, Anthony.
I love you with all my heart and soul, and every fiber of my being.
There is no man like you on this planet, so fortunately, I have the best one.
I never thought that I would end up marrying the son of my mom’s best friend, but here we are today in front of everyone we know and love, taking this step to become man and wife.
Honestly, I hated you growing up. You were always breaking my dolls and ruining my coloring books and I dreaded Aunty Leslie coming over because I knew her little monster would be right behind her.
But as we got older, you grew up to be the most handsome, caring young man who always made sure I was doing okay and that the boys were treating me well at school.
I never knew that I would meet my husband at the age of three, but I am truly honored that I got to watch you grow up and become the man of my dreams.
I love you Jordan. I hadn’t always, but I know I will from this point until the end of time.
William and I met three years ago in our final year of college. By then, he was top of his class and every girl was swooning over him.
I never thought he would notice this four-eyed, short, nerdy girl but he did. And now he wants to make me his wife.
The thought of that always fills me with joy and I just know the rest of our lives will be filled with true love and happiness.
William, I love you.
Your vow may not be as long or as short as these, but what matters is that they come from the heart. Listen to your heart.
What is it telling you to say?