Cupid's Pulse Article: ‘Teen Mom’ Stars Leah Messer and Corey Simms Get MarriedCupid's Pulse Article: ‘Teen Mom’ Stars Leah Messer and Corey Simms Get Married

Teen Mom 2 fans finally got to see show favorites Leah and Corey get married on the season finale. According to UsMagazine.comLeah, 18, and Corey Simms, 20, who have two 15-month-old twin daughters, tied the knot in October of last year.  “We want the girls to have their mommy and daddy forever,” Corey said of their decision to marry. On a lighter note, the groom talked about a funny moment during the ceremony.  “Leah messed up the vows!” Corey added, “She said a couple of words wrong, so we laughed a little bit.”

Should you write your own vows at your wedding?

Cupid’s Advice:

Exchanging vows during your wedding is your chance to tell your fiance how you feel, and writing them yourself is the perfect way to personalize the moment. Cupid has some tips on how to decide if you should write your own vows:

1. Express yourself: If you have something you really want to say to your mate on the big day, write your own vows.  It’s the perfect opportunity to share your emotions and hopes for the future with your family, friends and spouse-to-be.

2. Value tradition: Some religions will insist that you use certain vows at your wedding.  So if you plan on having a traditional ceremony, you might want to stick to the standard verses instead of writing your own.

3. It’s your day: The bottom line is, you should do what you want to do. If writing your own vows makes you uncomfortable, don’t do it.