By now, you've shopped around and you've encountered, "I am my Beloved's and my Beloved is mine." On the one hand, it is a classic theme for Jewish weddings for a reason - its symmetry, sentiment, and history are appealing and reassuring. On the other, it is everywhere. For couples wanting something just a little bit different, its ubiquitousness may make it much feel less theirs.
Part 1 offers some traditional alternatives. Part 2 will offer some less traditional, but inspiring options.