The best famous phrases for weddings and newlyweds

today, we have a selection of famous phrases for weddings, poems for weddings and civil celebrations.

If you have friends who are getting married or are the one to pass by the altar, this is your chance to sign up for some dedication on love and courtship. You must start your life as a couple on the right foot!

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Famous phrases for weddings and poems for civil celebrations

Without delay, let’s find out what are these famous quotes about love which can be integrated into a ceremony as well as a wedding.

1. Love opens the parenthesis, marriage closes it. – Victor Hugo

2. When two people are in the grip of the most violent, the craziest, the most illusory and the most fleeting of passions, they are asked to swear that they will continue in this excited, abnormal and exhausting state continually. until death separates them. – George Bernard Shaw

3. You ask me if you should get married or not; then you will regret whatever you do. – Sophocles

4. The age of marriage comes long before the age of love. – Friedrich Nietzsche

Phrases and dedications of love and on marriage

5. In marriage, one must have qualities which resist, which last, and the great passions soon pass; to the stage that an affable condition at all times is good. – Mariano José de Larra

6. There are such unjust husbands who demand from their wives a loyalty that they violate themselves, they are like generals who cowardly flee the enemy, who yet want their soldiers to hold their place with courage. – Plutarch

7. The only objection to scientific marriage that deserves definitive attention is simply that such a thing could only be forced upon unimaginable slaves and cowards. I don’t know if the science matchmakers are right or wrong when they say it. – Anonymous

Beautiful dedications for weddings

8. I have known many happy marriages, but not a single compatible one. The whole point of marriage is to fight when the incompatibility becomes unquestionable and to survive it. -Gilbert Keith Chesterton

9. Before marriage, love is theoretically considered; in marriage it is put into practice. However, everyone knows that theories don’t always agree with practice. – Henrik Ibsen

poems

My tactic is to watch you

learn how you are

love you as you are

my tactic is to talk to you

and listen to you

build with words an indestructible bridge

my tactic is to stay in your memory

I don’t know how or I don’t know

under what pretext

but stay with you

my tactic is to be frank

and know that you are frank

and that we do not sell simulacra

so that there is no curtain between the two

no abysses

my strategy is rather

deeper and simpler

my strategy is that any day

I don’t know how or I know

under what pretext

you finally need me.

– “Tactics and Strategy” by Mario Benedetti

Last night I had a dream.

I dreamed that I was walking on the beach

in your company.

On the night screen

the days of my life have been planned.

I looked back and saw footprints on the sand:

an imprint of mine and another of yours.

When my days were over

I stopped and looked back.

I saw that in some places there was only one footprint.

These places coincided

with the days of more anguish, more fear,

the greatest pain of my life.

Then I asked you:

You said you were gonna be with me

every day of my life?

Why did you leave me alone

just in the worst times?

You replied to me :

The days when you saw a single imprint on the sand,

were the days

in which I carried you in my arms.

– Footprints, Anonymous

More phrases on courtship and married life

10. The problem with marriage is that it ends every night after having sex and has to be rebuilt every morning before breakfast. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

11. When a man marries a second time, it is because he adored his first wife. -Oscar Wilde

12. In any marriage that has lasted more than a week, there are grounds for divorce. The key is to always find reasons to get married. – Robert Anderson

13. When two people are in the grip of the most violent, the craziest, the most illusory and the most fleeting of passions, they are asked to swear that they will continue in this excited, abnormal and exhausting state continually. until death. separates them. – George Bernard Shaw

So far, the famous phrases for weddings

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