Who Wrote the Traditional Wedding Vows?


The traditional wedding vows were published in 1549 in the Book of Common Prayer but the author is not named. The vows were to be recited by the bride and groom and the priest would say 'You have declared your consent before the Church. May the Lord in his goodness strengthen your consent and fill you both with his blessings. What God has joined, men must not divide. Amen.' This was the trend up to 1922 when some alterations were like removal the word to obey by the Episcopal Church. At present people write their own wedding vows.
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