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From: Tooman
Response: Hello George, It is never too late to renew your vows. You can do anything you want. It can be as simple as you and your wife alone together in a special place reciting vows to one another. Or it might be at a family picnic or casual gathering. It could be on a Sunday afternoon right after church. Or it can be a special ceremony followed by dinner and dancing. There is no specific way to plan a vow renewal ceremony. It depends on your budget and your preferences.

Because your anniversary is rapidly approaching, you have time to do something casual, but not a formal ceremony with dinner and dancing unless it is for a small group. If you want to surprise your wife, you could make calls and arrange for family and friends to meet you somewhere and go from there. Because you are already married, the ceremony is symbolic, not legal, so anyone can perform it - a friend, a son, a pastor - whoever you choose. Good luck.

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