Renewing your vows is a special celebration for a married couple. Any married couple can renew their vows any time they want, but having a reason for doing so can make the occasion feel more special. Maybe you couldn't afford a big wedding the first time around but are ready to throw a big party now.
Maybe you or your partner have overcome a major life difficulty, such as an illness or a career crisis, and you want to show that your love is stronger than ever. Maybe you've patched things up after one of you strayed and want to reaffirm your commitment to each other.
Though these reasons, as well as special anniversaries, are excellent for renewing your vows, you should do it whenever and wherever - in a forest, on a beach, on a mountaintop or anywhere that is special for you and your other half.
Regarding your vow renewal ceremony – some couples choose to walk down the aisle together and they may want to involve their children and grandchildren into the ceremony.
I will craft a very personal and memorable vow renewal ceremony catering to the couple’s wishes.
Remember that, the first time around, you had a bridesmaid and bestman, that they were officially there to serve as witnesses. You don’t need them this time around because the ceremony isn’t an official or legal matter, and you don’t need more witnesses.