Step 9: Can you think of a funny or touching experience that put your partner in a new light? Like how the way he played with your little cousin or helped your grandmother up the stairs showed you that under his macho exterior is a sweet soul and you love him for it. Commitments and pledges of fidelity are great for your vows, but go easy, slavery ended with Lincoln. Your guests want to know what's on your heart and what led you to this moment, standing before them, as you speak to the one you love. Write down the most memorable moments you have shared with your future spouse. This could be anything from your amazing vacation to Napa Valley to the time he stayed in to watch two days worth of bad television with you when you had all of your wisdom teeth taken out. You can still share the best parts of who you are and what your relationship means without isolating, confusing, or boring your audience. Does Grandma Flo want to hear about your beloved's amazing foot massages?
I look forward to _ as we _. Step 15: What metaphor would capture your love? Think of something that describes or defines your love: Is it strong like a castle?