2. Start Composing
Now that you have some thoughts down, it’s time to begin forming your vows in a more formal way. With what you already have, your vows should start to come together. If you have trouble, ask a close friend or family member with a knack for words to help you put things together. Everyone wants their wedding vows to sound beautiful, but also keep in mind that your fiancee knows you and loves you completely. So it’s okay to show your personality (even if part of your personality is not being a great writer).