This is something that every couple thinks about. Sometimes the last minute. There are many different vows out there. Some couples prefer to write their own, others will just say you do it. Either way that is the main part of the wedding.
Which type to use is the biggest debate. Traditional, comtemporary, or civil. If you are looking for vows that mention God go with the traditional or comtemporary. The biggest difference in the two is the wording of them. Traditional vows are like the ones you hear on tv or in movies, more of a King James style of writing. Thy, Thee, Whosoever is the wording here. The scriptures used here are the same way, more of traditional style verses. Contemporary vows are more modern day verbage and have verses that are more in tune with today's time. I suggest that the couple look for verses that are meaningful to them and talk to your minister about what may be right for you.
Civil vows have no mention of God in them and are what you would hear from a Justice of the Peace. You as a couple still have the ability to change up the vows to make them personal to you. Do think that it is just a cookie cutter vow that you have to go with.
I use the above as templates to start off vows. I prefer to custom write vows and combine from all three when I can. They all have very good points and some very touching sentences. The choice is yours as a couple on how you want your day to be.
Blessings and good luck on your wedding day.