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From: Tooman
Response: You will be renewing your vows, not vowels. Because you are already married, the ceremony is symbolic and therefore anyone can perform it. If you have a father, uncle, or close friend that you would like to do it, that is fine.

The wording of the traditional wedding vows are changed to reflect your situation, so you would, for instance, vow to continue to love one another in sickness and health, etc. You can also write your own vows to reflect your lives, mentioning things such as your children, or situations that your family has overcome together. There is no right or wrong way to do it.

The ceremony can be as formal or as casual as you want it to be.

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