I guess it depends where you live, but in the Canadian Marriage ritual there is such a thing as a renewal of vows. My parents renewed theirs when they celebrated their 25th anniversary.
From the Canadian Marriage Ritual, Appendix IX "The Celebration of Wedding Anniversaries"
After the homily:
*"My dear John & Mary,
you have come here with your family and friends
to celebrate your faithfulness to each other
and to thank God for the years he has given you to live in mutual love.
Through the joys and sorrows, the triumphs and trials of life,
God has been with you.
The Church shares your joy today
and is thankful to you
for being such a powerful sign of God’s loyal and faithful love for the world.
(*God has enriched and strengthened you over the years by the sacrament of marriage.)
In renewing your vows today, you give witness once again to God’s love.
You have proven your devotion to each other by your life together.
Now join your right hands and renew your consent before God and his Church.
The ritual then refers the priest back to the original wedding vows – the text of the vows remains unchanged.