What would you do if you lost your wedding vows?
You spend weeks, if not months, preparing your wedding vows for the all-important day. You want to make sure you get it right and it is on your mind 24/7. Now imagine if you lost your wedding vows when you are preparing them. Worse still, what if you couldn’t find them just before your ceremony.
It makes sense, and gives you peace of mind, to back them up.
Many modern couples read their vows directly from phones or tablets. We are surrounded by technology invading every part of our lives. Why not your wedding?
Gone are the days of scraps of paper for your notes or the A4 sheet with your vows just in case you forget them. It is far more common than you may think for one of a couple to forget their vows. Wedding vows are becoming more complicated, more in-depth, and more forgettable.
Use technology to make sure it all goes to plan.
From the off, instead of using scraps of paper to keep your notes, you should be using a more permanent and shareable way to plan your wedding vows. At the least, you should prepare them and store them on a computer. This way you can call them up any time to make changes or additions.
Better still, back them up online. Use one of the many cloud services to store your vows so you can access them anywhere. There are many options around but one of the best has to be Evernote. Remote access at any time including your ceremony if you need to.
Imagine misplacing your vows on your wedding day just when you would like to read them through. Imagine standing at the altar and your mind going blank.
One final safeguard, email your wedding vows to yourself and a trusted person.
It makes perfect sense to have a copy online and your phone in your pocket. If the worse comes to the worst, at least you can save the day.