If you're walking down the aisle in a beautiful wedding dress with the man of your dreams on your arm you'll probably want to remember the moment forever.
For some people the occasion is so special they want to relive it again and for these couples, renewing their wedding vows could be the ideal option.
Of course, there are loads of reasons you might want to celebrate your marriage for a second time. Perhaps you have reached a significant milestone like ten or 20 years of life as husband and wife and want to mark the occasion.
Some of you may just want to reaffirm your love for one another, while others could celebrate every anniversary by saying your wedding promises again and reminding each other just how in love you are.
Take celebrity couple Heidi Klum and Seal. They are known for throwing a party every year to celebrate their anniversary and renew their vows, often with a theme such as 'white trash' to add a twist to the occasion.
Similarly, Mariah Carey and her husband Nick Cannon have also renewed their vows every year since they tied the knot and in May 2010, they walked down the aisle for the third time.
Speaking about their nuptials, Cannon once said: "I encourage everybody to do it. If you are happy and in love, celebrate it. Doesn't everybody do that? Don't Heidi Klum and Seal do the same thing every year? It's just something fun to celebrate. We renew our vows and exchange gifts."
It seems he thinks all of you should be saying your wedding promises more than once and there are loads of reasons for doing so. Plus, there's no limit to how many times you can go through the ceremony.
Maybe you got married abroad and want to have a second celebration closer to home for all your family and friends to attend? Or perhaps the recent economic downturn meant money was a little tight and you couldn't have the ceremony you dreamed of. Renewing your vows gives you the opportunity to tie the knot for a second time and indulge your fantasies when it comes to wedding flowers or a cake.
At the same time, you may be in the opposite situation and not have as much money as you did the first time round. Don't fear, because this is not your wedding day all over again. The ceremony doesn't have to be anywhere as big and extravagant as your nuptials so you don't have to worry about spending a fortune and breaking the bank.
The only reason not to renew your vows is, according to About.com, because you fancy throwing a big bash.
It states: "The focus of any wedding, but especially a vow renewal, should be the promises you are making to each other and the sacred ritual of marriage, not the party."
There are no rules with this and pretty much anything goes. The occasion can be as elaborate or as simple as you like and you could have a private affair or invite hundreds of people - it's up to you.
Renewing you wedding vows can be a beautiful gesture and if it feels right to you then we say go for it!