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25 Commitment of Vows Certificates
each with a different background and variety of text

  • Commitment Vows Certificate
    Commitment Vows Certificate
  • Commitment of Vows Book
    Commitment of Vows Book
  • 600 Readings suitable for Commitment Vows and other Ceremonies
    600 Readings suitable for Commitment Vows and other Ceremonies
  • 8 Complete Commitment of Vows Ceremonies
    8 Complete Commitment of Vows Ceremonies
  • Commitment of Vows Ceremony Program
    Commitment of Vows Ceremony Program
Commitment Vows Certificate
Commitment Vows Certificate

What is a Commitment of Vows Ceremony?


Usually a Commitment of Vows is celebrated very much like the Renewal of Wedding Vows.

 

Just as a couple may choose to Renew their Wedding Vows on their Wedding Anniversary, a couple who has just become engaged may choose to celebrate their Commitment in a public ceremony.


Two well-known people who held a Commitment Ceremony were Lady Hamilton and Lord Nelson. Neither being free to marry each other, they exchanged vows and rings in a private Commitment Ceremony of their own.


Their Commitment to each other was so strong, that when mortally wounded in a battle, Nelson's last thoughts were for Lady Hamilton when he asked that the Commitment Ring she gave him would be returned to her at his death.


In the same way couples today, who are not quite ready to marry, or for some reason are unable to marry, exchange vows - and perhaps rings - to underscore their commitment to each other.

 

In particular, where either one or both partners have children, and have decided to set up a home together, they may arrange a Commitment Ceremony in front of their family and friends, to reassure the children of the seriousness of their intentions.

 

The Commitment Ceremony has no legal requirements or consequences. It is a ceremony in which partners express their feelings for each other, their hopes for the future, their gratitude for the past they may already have shared. They may like to involve family and friends in the ceremony itself or invite them as guests.


Some couples, who have decided to get married overseas, like to celebrate their Commitment in front of all those people who will not be able to join them for the wedding itself.


Looking for Commitment of Vows Certificates?


Here are 25, differently designed Commitment of Vows certificates for just $15.


They will be sent to you as a Word Document, where you simply substitute your own details for those that have been added as a sample for you to follow. As well as a different design, you will also find a variety of text to help you create a Certificate to suit the couple and their situation.

 

You can, mix and match, as you need to, and then simply print out the certificate on your own printer.

 

You can even change the format of the wording, if you want to. Each certificate is an A4 document that you can edit as you do the letters you write.


For just 60 cents a certificate, you will never need to buy another certificate for a Commitment of Vows Ceremony.


Order your 25 Commitment of Vows Certificates here