July 11, 2003

Serving Your Wedding Program Needs

I was going thru my old bin of collected quotes last night and came across these gems. In the unlikely event you need a quotation to put at the bottom of your wedding program, I offer these possibilities. Some are a little more romantical than others, see if you can tell the difference:
“When I said I would die a bachelor, I did not think I should live till I were married” – Shakespeare

“…their collected
Hearts wound up with love, like little watch springs.” – Stephen Spender

"I may chance have some odd quirks and remnants of wit broken on me, because I have railed so long against marriage.” – Shakespeare

“Hasty marriage seldom proveth well.” – Shakespeare, apparently favoring long engagements

“Love is not love which alters what alterations finds, or bends with the remover to remove.” – Shakespeare (I'll have to show my wife that one)

“Neither me without you nor you without me.” - anon

“I’m getting married in the morning,
Ding! Dong! The bells are gonna chime.
Pull out the stopper;
Let’s have a whopper;
But get me to the church on time!” - Alan J. Lerner

“May God, the best maker of all marriages, combine our hearts in one” – Shakespeare

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