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Wedding Poems – The Best Short, Funny, and Romantic Ideas for Your Big Day

Find the perfect wedding poem for your ceremony

Wedding poems – where do you start looking for the perfect words?

Roses are red, violets are blue, it is difficult to find the perfect wedding poems. Let us do it for you …

We’ve found 10 of the best wedding poems that say it all – whether you’re looking for fun wedding poems to add a bit of humor to your service, or short, romantic wedding poems to bring your guests to tears (within your strict time limit).

Just a few things to keep in mind before browsing through our collection of wedding poems – the readings you choose for your ceremony should be selected together. Before you make your choice, think about what is important to you – do you want the reading to make people laugh? Scream? Think about the meaning of true love (best leave some time to think). Share a favorite band? Consider a reading from one of her songs. Do you love Disney? How about a Mickey and Minnie love party? Is it important to you that your favorite wedding poems have been published in the last 10 weddings you attended (wonder why, if it’s really perfect?) Or do you want something really unique?

With this in mind, we have put together some classics and some more unusual tips for you. So without further ado (or “I’ll do it” if you like) let’s present 10 of our favorite wedding poems.

Wedding poems

A passage out Captain Corelli’s mandolin by Louis de Bernières

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Love is a temporary madness
it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides.
And when it wears off, you have to make a decision.
You need to find out if your roots are so interwoven
that it is inconceivable that you should ever split up.
Because that’s love.
Love is not short of breath,
it’s not a fuss
it is not the proclamation of eternal passion.
It’s just being in love with what any fool can do.
Love itself is what is left when love is burned away.
and this is both an art and a happy coincidence.
Those who really love have roots that grow underground in the underground.
and when all the pretty flowers have fallen from their branches,
They find that they are one tree and not two.

love by Roy Croft

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I love you,
Not just for what you are
But for what I am
When I am with you.

I love you,
Not just for what
You made of yourself
But for what
You make me

I love you
For the part of me
You bring that out;
I love you
To lay on
In my filled heart
And pass over
All the stupid, weak things
That you can’t help
Gloomy to see there
And for drawing
Into the light
All the nice things
That no one else had looked
Find it far enough.

I love you
Because you did it
More than any creed
Could have done
To make me well
And more than any fate
To make me happy.

The two of us by A.A. Milne

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Wherever I am, there is always pooh,
There is always Pooh and me.
Whatever I do, he wants to do
“Where are you going today?” Pooh says:
“Well, that’s very strange because I was too.
Let’s go together, ”says Pooh.
“Let’s go together,” says Pooh.

… “I wasn’t afraid,” said Pooh.
“I’m never afraid of you.”
Wherever I am, there is always pooh,
There is always Pooh and me.
“What would I do?” I said to Pooh:
“If it weren’t for you,” and Pooh said, “Right,
It’s not much fun for one, but for two,
Can hold together, says Pooh, he says. “So it is,” says Pooh

Sonnet 116 by William Shakespeare

Do not let me admit obstacles to the marriage of the true spirit.
Love is not love that changes when it finds a change.
or bends with the remover to remove:
Oh no! It is always a firm brand.
It looks like storms and is never shaken;
it is the star for every wandering bark,
its value is unknown, although its size will be taken.
Love is not the fool of time
although rosy lips and cheeks come in the compass of his bending sickle;
Love doesn’t change with its short hours and weeks
but even carries it to the brink of doom.
If this is a mistake and is proven to me,
I never wrote, nor has a man ever loved.

The passionate shepherd of his love by Christopher Marlowe

Come live with me and be my love
And we will show all joys
These valleys, groves, hills and fields,
Forests or steep mountain yields.

And we’ll sit on the rocks
To see how the shepherds feed their flocks,
Through flat rivers to their waterfalls
Melodious birds sing madrigals.

And I’ll make rose beds for you
And a thousand fragrant bouquets
A flower cap and a skirt
Everything embroidered with myrtle leaves;

A dress made from the finest wool
What we draw from our pretty lambs;
Fairly lined slippers for the cold,
With pure gold buckles;

A belt of straw and ivy buds
With coral closures and amber buttons:
And if these joys move you
Come live with me and be my love.

The shepherds’ swans are said to dance and sing
To your delight every May morning:
If these joys can move your mind
Then live with me and be my love.

What is Mickey without Minnie? Unknown author

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What is Mickey without Minnie?
Or piglet without a pooh,
What is Donald without Daisy?
I am without you.

If Ariel doesn’t sing
and pooh hates honey,
when tigger stops bouncing
and goofy is not funny.

If Peter Pan can’t fly
and Simba never roars,
when Alice doesn’t fit anymore
through small doors.

When Dumbo’s ears are small
and luckily it’s not true

Even then, I won’t stop loving you.

Proud of Louise Wilson

As I approach the dark, open wooden doors
When I hear the music start to play
A rush of excitable nerves takes away my fear
As far as I remember what it took to get to this day.

Hiding under a sign of friendship
Create a network of lies
Not knowing that everyone was watching me fall in love
The love in my heart shines through my eyes.

Defeated opinions and comments shared,
I tell everyone I’m in love!
My heart taken from a beautiful woman
For once, love is enough.

So here I am today
I’m so proud of you
I am in awe because I only see your beauty
I can’t hear the music or see the crowd.

I take your hand in mine
How we fit so perfectly, so wisely
By far the most perfect day in my life,
Our proud civil wedding.

Yes, I will marry you by Pam Ayres

Yes i will marry you dear
And here’s why:
So I can push you out of bed
When the baby starts to cry
And when we hear a knock
And it’s creepy and it’s late
I give you the torch you see.
And you examine.

Yes, I will marry you, my dear.
You can’t understand it
But when the dryer goes
You have to fix it
You have to face the neighbor
Should our Labrador attack him
And when a drunk caresses me
You have to hit him.

Yes i will marry you
You are masculine and slim
My house is like a pigsty
They can help keep it clean.
The sexy little dinner
What you served by candlelight
How I do chipolatas
You can cook it every night!

You need to machine the drill
and set up the curtain track,
And if I have PMT, it’s you who gets the flak
I see great advantages
But none of them for you
And before you see the light
I do, I do, I do!

I will be there for you by Louise Cuddon

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I’ll be there, darling, through thick and through thin
When your mind is upset and your head is spinning
If your plane is delayed and you missed the last train.
If only life threatens to drive you crazy
When your exciting unit has lost its last page
When someone tells you that you are your age
When your coffee is too cool and your wine is too warm
If the forecast says “Good,” but you’re in a storm
If your hotel takes a short break, it turns into a slum
And your vacation photos only show your thumb
If you park in a resident’s bay for five minutes
And come back to find that you have been towed
If the jeans you bought in hope or in a hurry
Just stick on your hips and don’t reach around your waist
When the food you like the most produces red rashes
When the bloody thing crashes as soon as you start up
So my darling, my darling, my darling …
If you break a rule when you act the fool
If you have the flu when you’re in a stew
The last time you are in the queue, you don’t feel blue
I tell you I’ll be there

Oh the places you’ll go from Dr. Seuss

Today is your day.
You are on the way to great places!
You are gone and gone!

You have a brain in your head.
You have feet in your shoes.
You can steer yourself in any direction you choose.
You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the guy who decides where to go.

…Oh! The places you’ll go!

You are on the way up!
You will see great sights!
You will join the high-flyers who fly to great heights.
You won’t be left behind because you have the speed. You will pass the gang and soon take the lead. Wherever you fly, you will be the best of the best. Wherever you go, you will surpass the rest.
Except when you don’t.
Because sometimes you don’t.

You will of course get confused, as you already know. You will be mistaken for many strange birds on your way. So be sure when you kick. Be careful and tactful and remember that life is a great balancing act. Just never forget to be skilled and skilled. And never confuse your right foot with your left.

And will you be successful?
Yes! You will indeed!
(98 and ¾ percent guaranteed.)

Child, you will move mountains!
So … be your name Buxbaum or Bixby or Bray or Mordecai Ale Van Allen O’Shea, you are on your way to great places!
Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting.
So … get on your way!

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