Groom: How young we were X years ago.
Bride: How much we’ve learned since then.
Groom: We’ve learned that not all dreams are at­tain­able.
Bride: We’ve learned that peo­ple grow and change.
Groom: We’ve learned that noth­ing is quite the way we thought it would be. The hurts have been deep­er than we ex­pect­ed — and the joys have been greater.
Bride: The plea­sures have far out­weighed the dis­ap­point­ments.
Groom: If I could go back and do it over again, I would still mar­ry you.
Bride: And I would still mar­ry you.
Groom: X years ago, I thought I loved you. Now, I know I do.
Bride: X years ago, I thought I loved you. Now, I know I do.