Try to say exactly what is in your heart, instead of writing what comes to mind. Try brainstorming for ideas, if you are experiencing writers block. Try to be romantic and define what your promises will be, instead of trying to poetic. Once, you have decided what to say, you can write down your thoughts and feelings. Then, stop and read them out loud in front of a mirror, so you can see if they sound right. Next, you can rearrange the words or try to add rhyming words to it.
Before, you decide to use the vows that you have written, allow a friend to read over them. Sometimes, they can help you with their suggestions or they could describe the emotion with a better word. Always, be sure to proofread your final version, before saying them to your soon to be spouse. No one wants to be embarrassed on their own wedding day, in front of their family and friends. With the right inspiration, you can create vows that will melt your fiance's heart.
Try reading poetry written by others or just change a few words in the traditional vows, in order to get your creative juices going. There are endless possibilities that you can create, in order to tell your spouse exactly how you feel about the commitment you are making. The memories of these personal vows will be cherished forever, by your new spouse. Plus, it doesn't usually cost anything extra to write own vows and to recite them at your wedding.