The childrens vows are examples that can be incorporated into your wedding ceremony. They are just two of the other childrens vows in the book Wedding Ceremonies Galore and Much Much More. Your wedding day should be as special and as individual as you are.
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Traditional Vows
Religious or Spiritual Vows
Non-Religous Vows
Non-Traditional Vows
Renewing Vows
2nd or Ensuing Vow
Ring Vows
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Example 1 Children's Vows

Invite children forward.

I have pledged my love to you and promised to be a faithful husband.
Now I want to add another, different kind of vow. I promise to love (Children's Names) for all of our days and to treat them as if they were my own. I gladly accept the obligations that go along with this pledge. I love (Children's Names) and want them to be part of my life.

 

Example 2 Children's Vow

Childrens Unity Candle Ceremony

Invite children forward.

(Bride's and Groom's Names) light the candles which represent love for each other and for (Child's Name).
From the uniqueness of these separate flames, they kindle a larger and brighter flame which represents the union between (Groom's, Bride's and Child's Names).
The side candles remain burning to symbolize the continuing importance of the individual integrity within the marriage relationship. The greater height of the center candle depicts their belief that together they can become more than either could alone.

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