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Need some nerdtastic, funny, and sweet vow inspiration? Frankie and Garrik's wedding vows were peppered with tips on keeping love exciting, nerdy references, and a very cheeky way to get everyone to turn off their phones. You'll want to take notes on these unplugged vows with a side order of He-Man.

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As with anything in our lovely little circle of weirdos: You can add and/or remove any wedding traditions to make your ceremony feel more "you." So my answer is yes, you can totally not do a first kiss if you are uncomfortable with PDA. But if you feel like you want to replace it with something, here are some options…

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The Bard is the man. He's definitely said a fair few words about love. And other topics totally relevant to weddings. I decided to trawl Shakespeare's most famous works and pick out some rad quotes and readings from which to steal for your vows, readings, speeches, ironic ramblings, and ceremony in general. Shakespeare was a tongue-in-cheek dude, so there's lots of snark, sweetness, realism, and general awesomeness to nick for your needs.

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Secure your love 5ever with this love lock unity ceremony

Jessica and Tyler's Magic the Gathering wedding featured a love lock unity ceremony where they clasped a lock around a metal tree. Love locks are popular in many cities, including Paris (so popular at the Pont des Arts, Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor, and the Pont de l'Archevêché bridges that it's becoming an architectural problem), but also a lovely idea that, when translated into a love lock unity ceremony, makes us swoon.