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yes you can, you will need to meet with the clergyman/woman of the the church you wish to marry in who will go through everything with you.
There are two types of vows that are said at a marriage ceremony, the first are legal vows that are part of the marriage act and have to be said by law.
The second are personal vows, where you can say whatever you like, these are written by yourself as it has to come from the heart, and it is what you are going to promise each other for the rest of your lives. You can put in fun things, such as I promise not to complain when the footy is on, or I will not squeeze the toothpaste tube in the middle, also something romantic as well so you get a nice balance.
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