Weddings

Bride Is Cheered On As She Replaces ‘Poorer’ With ‘Richer’ While Reciting Her Marriage Vows

   

For richer or poorer’… is the marriage vow a curse?

The essence of the marriage vows is to remind couples that they have to stick together irrespective of their condition,  because we pray to experience only good things in our marriage, but challenges are inevitable and part of life.

However, many people don’t believe in saying ‘for poorer’ and ‘in sickness’, so they focus on confessing positive words only.

A video posted online shows a new bride reciting her vows, “For richer and for richer,” she said and laughed with cheers from the crowd.

She wasn't taking any chances! Tag someone that can do this…. . . #Wedding #AfricanWedding @ejay_diamond1 @faithfullyswodz

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