When I was planning my wedding, my mom and I poured over the pages of book after book, searching for just the right words. My husband and I did not write our vows, but I wanted a few especially meaningful quotes read as part of the ceremony. Those readings were a very special and personal part of our ceremony for me, and I remember them well…15 years later!
Most passages couples select to read or have read at their wedding are typically from the Bible, poems, or traditional literature. But while glancing through Pinterest the other day, I ran across a fun idea for wedding readings: 15 Romantic Wedding Readings from Children”s Books.
Reading from a popular children”s book can be a whimsical and memorable way to highlight the fun, quirky side your relationship. You can read the article here.
If you are looking to write your own vows and are struggling with writer”s block, or just need a little inspiration, The Knot has some solutions. In a post titled “Real Wedding Vows You”ll Love”, they give nine examples of poetic vows, short and sweet vows, and twists on traditional vows. You can read the article here.
Have you found fun, romantic, or quirky quotes to read at your wedding? If so, share them with us in the comments section. We would love to hear from you!