Popular 100 Wedding Quotes

  1. A wedding dress is both an intimate and personal for a woman – it must reflect the personality and style of the bride.
  2. The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It’s a choice you make – not just on your wedding day, but over and over again – and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband or wife.
  3. There is definitely a ‘red carpet moment’ to a bride’s wedding day, but when designing for bridal, it is important to focus on the details that will captivate and capture the imagination of the bride – she has to fall in love with the gown.
  4. A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, trust, partnership, tolerance, and tenacity. The order varies for any given year.
  5. As I grew up and began identifying myself as a feminist, there were plenty of issues that continued to make me question marriage: the father ‘giving’ the bride away, women taking their husband’s last name, the white dress, the vows promising to ‘obey’ the groom. And that only covers the wedding.
  6. A young bride is like a plucked flower, but a guilty wife is like a flower that had been walked over.
  7. Love is the master key that opens the gates of happiness, of hatred, of jealousy, and, most easily of all, the gate of fear.
  8. There is such an emotional connection between the bride and her wedding dress, whereas in ready-to-wear you may just be focusing on color or prints for that particular season.
  9. It’s a funny thing that when a man hasn’t anything on earth to worry about, he goes off and gets married.
  10. My wedding preparations were done. My wedding outfit was ready. I had even bought my jewelry, and the cards were also printed. It is very sad that I had to call off my marriage one month prior to the actual date.
  11. I think everyone dreams of that nice romantic wedding.
  12. Many people spend more time in planning the wedding than they do in planning the marriage.
  13. There’s a big difference between falling in love with someone and falling in love with someone and getting married. Usually, after you get married, you fall in love with the person even more.
  14. For years my wedding ring has done its job. It has led me not into temptation. It has reminded my husband numerous times at parties that it’s time to go home. It has been a source of relief to a dinner companion. It has been a status symbol in the maternity ward.
  15. Wedding is destiny and hanging likewise.
  16. Bride: A woman with a fine prospect of happiness behind her.
  17. The most dangerous food is wedding cake.
  18. In Italy, they say rain on your wedding day is symbolic of fresh beginnings, cleansing, a pure marriage, and also a wet knot that can’t be untied.
  19. In marriage, there are no manners to keep up, and beneath the wildest accusations no real criticism. Each is familiar with that ancient child in the other who may erupt again. We are not ridiculous to ourselves. We are ageless. That is the luxury of the wedding ring.
  20. I remember when I was in school, they would ask, ‘What are you going to be when you grow up?’ and then you’d have to draw a picture of it. I drew a picture of myself as a bride.
  21. We all have special numbers in our lives, and 4 is that for me. It’s the day I was born. My mother’s birthday and a lot of my friends’ birthdays are on the fourth; April 4 is my wedding date.
  22. ‘Through sickness and through health’ sounds so simple on your wedding day, but in reality, they become significant words that are a huge responsibility and show true character to navigate.
  23. One tradition I have with my friends is that when one of us gets married, we have a ton of fragrance oils and pretty bottles at the bachelorette party. Everyone puts a drop or two in a bottle for the bride and makes a wish, and the bride wears our creation on her wedding day.
  24. Falling in love was the easy part; planning a wedding – yikes!
  25. My mother says I didn’t open my eyes for eight days after I was born, but when I did, the first thing I saw was an engagement ring. I was hooked.
  26. It’s very nice to be asked to anybody’s wedding. Particularly if it’s the Prince of Wales. I learned a lot from it, which was to end early and get away. I suppose one would have to look back historically and see who other royals had at their weddings. Were there people at Queen Elizabeth’s wedding who were common like myself?
  27. A wedding, a great wedding, is just a blast. A celebration of romance and community and love… What is unfun about that? Nothing.
  28. I was married by a judge. I should have asked for a jury.
  29. I believe the wedding vows are sacred and precious, and it’s been one of my goals as a writer to portray the kind of marriages I’ve seen modeled in my family – my parents and grandparents, who all celebrated fifty-year anniversaries and well-beyond.
  30. My father always wanted to be the corpse at every funeral, the bride at every wedding and the baby at every christening.
  31. For most couples, the first event they plan together is their wedding.
  32. If I do find myself walking up the aisle and dancing at my own wedding reception, I want the first dance to be both spontaneous and dramatic.
  33. Ariel may look a lot like Barbie, and her adventure may be limited to romance and over with the wedding bells, but unlike, say, Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty, she’s active, brave and determined, the heroine of her own life. She even rescues the prince. And that makes her a rare fish, indeed, in the world of preschool culture.
  34. You have to make your wedding day all about you.
  35. No wedding bells for me anymore. I’ve been happily married to my profession for years.
  36. Every wedding is slightly different from the other. But you always get to meet the funny uncle and the weirdo relatives, and there’s always someone trying to beat you up for not playing enough Beatles songs or something.
  37. Wedding dress shopping is basically like dating. You pick the one based on how you feel.
  38. I wanted to define the vocabulary of a wedding both visually and intellectually. The book is about more than weddings or wedding dresses. It’s a metaphor for women’s lives, their creativity.
  39. The Queen’s wedding dress in 1947, there was some embroidery on the train which was definitely there to illustrate new dawn/post-war optimism, that sort of thing.
  40. A lawyer I once knew told me of a strange case, a suffragette who had never married. After her death, he opened her trunk and discovered 50 wedding gowns.
  41. On the night of the winter solstice, when the dead get their annual reprieve, they go up to the 24-hour donut shop and wedding chapel to get hitched. Marriage is a good and proper pursuit for dead people. For a while, it relieves the dark, shuddering loneliness of the afterlife.
  42. Choosing elements for your wedding day should be fun, but these choices won’t make any difference in the stuff that matters. For better or worse, you’ll end that day married to your partner, and that’s the truly exciting part.
  43. Growing up, I was never the kind of girl to dream about wedding dresses and pretty houses.
  44. Getting married, for me, was the best thing I ever did. I was suddenly beset with an immense sense of release, that we have something more important than our separate selves, and that is the marriage. There’s immense happiness that can come from working towards that.
  45. That is ever the way. ‘Tis all jealousy to the bride and good wishes to the corpse.
  46. I have great hopes that we shall love each other all our lives as much as if we had never married at all.
  47. You can give poor people this royal wedding to watch and make them feel good about themselves, or you can give them something useful like, I don’t know… a toaster.
  48. Even if you believe a creator god invented the laws of physics, would you so insult him as to suggest that he might capriciously and arbitrarily violate them in order to walk on water, or turn water into wine as a cheap party trick at a wedding?
  49. Weddings are important because they celebrate life and possibility.
  50. My attachment to my wedding ring is a powerful symbol of the infinite love that I have for my wife and children.
  51. The chain of wedlock is so heavy that it takes two to carry it – and sometimes three.
  52. My wedding was a very private affair for close family and friends, so I had decided to hold a reception in my native town.
  53. A wedding dress is both an intimate and personal for a woman – it must reflect the personality and style of the bride.
  54. The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It’s a choice you make – not just on your wedding day, but over and over again – and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband or wife.
  55. There is definitely a ‘red carpet moment’ to a bride’s wedding day, but when designing for bridal, it is important to focus on the details that will captivate and capture the imagination of the bride – she has to fall in love with the gown.
  56. A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, trust, partnership, tolerance, and tenacity. The order varies for any given year.
  57. As I grew up and began identifying myself as a feminist, there were plenty of issues that continued to make me question marriage: the father ‘giving’ the bride away, women taking their husband’s last name, the white dress, the vows promising to ‘obey’ the groom. And that only covers the wedding.
  58. A young bride is like a plucked flower; but a guilty wife is like a flower that had been walked over.
  59. Love is the master key that opens the gates of happiness, of hatred, of jealousy, and, most easily of all, the gate of fear.
  60. There is such an emotional connection between the bride and her wedding dress, whereas in ready-to-wear you may just be focusing on color or prints for that particular season.
  61. It’s a funny thing that when a man hasn’t anything on earth to worry about, he goes off and gets married.
  62. My wedding preparations were done. My wedding outfit was ready. I had even bought my jewelry, and the cards were also printed. It is very sad that I had to call off my marriage one month prior to the actual date.
  63. I think everyone dreams of that nice romantic wedding.
  64. Many people spend more time planning the wedding than they do in planning the marriage.
  65. There’s a big difference between falling in love with someone and falling in love with someone and getting married. Usually, after you get married, you fall in love with the person even more.
  66. For years my wedding ring has done its job. It has led me not into temptation. It has reminded my husband numerous times at parties that it’s time to go home. It has been a source of relief to a dinner companion. It has been a status symbol in the maternity ward.
  67. Wedding is destiny and hanging likewise.
  68. Bride: A woman with a fine prospect of happiness behind her.
  69. The most dangerous food is wedding cake.
  70. In Italy, they say rain on your wedding day is symbolic of fresh beginnings, cleansing, a pure marriage, and also a wet knot that can’t be untied.
  71. In marriage, there are no manners to keep up, and beneath the wildest accusations no real criticism. Each is familiar with that ancient child in the other who may erupt again. We are not ridiculous to ourselves. We are ageless. That is the luxury of the wedding ring.
  72. I remember when I was in school, they would ask, ‘What are you going to be when you grow up?’ and then you’d have to draw a picture of it. I drew a picture of myself as a bride.
  73. We all have special numbers in our lives, and 4 is that for me. It’s the day I was born. My mother’s birthday, and a lot of my friends’ birthdays, are on the fourth; April 4 is my wedding date.
  74. ‘Through sickness and through health’ sounds so simple on your wedding day, but in reality, they become significant words that are a huge responsibility and show true character to navigate.
  75. One tradition I have with my friends is that when one of us gets married, we have a ton of fragrance oils and pretty bottles at the bachelorette party. Everyone puts a drop or two in a bottle for the bride and makes a wish, and the bride wears our creation on her wedding day.
  76. Falling in love was the easy part; planning a wedding – yikes!
  77. My mother says I didn’t open my eyes for eight days after I was born, but when I did, the first thing I saw was an engagement ring. I was hooked.
  78. It’s very nice to be asked to anybody’s wedding. Particularly if it’s the Prince of Wales. I learned a lot from it, which was to end early and get away. I suppose one would have to look back historically and see who other royals had at their weddings. Were there people at Queen Elizabeth’s wedding who were common like myself?
  79. A wedding, a great wedding, is just a blast. A celebration of romance and community and love… What is unfun about that? Nothing.
  80. I was married by a judge. I should have asked for a jury.
  81. I believe the wedding vows are sacred and precious, and it’s been one of my goals as a writer to portray the kind of marriages I’ve seen modeled in my family – my parents and grandparents, who all celebrated fifty-year anniversaries and well-beyond.
  82. My father always wanted to be the corpse at every funeral, the bride at every wedding and the baby at every christening.
  83. For most couples, the first event they plan together is their wedding.
  84. If I do find myself walking up the aisle and dancing at my own wedding reception, I want the first dance to be both spontaneous and dramatic.
  85. Ariel may look a lot like Barbie, and her adventure may be limited to romance and over with the wedding bells, but unlike, say, Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty, she’s active, brave and determined, the heroine of her own life. She even rescues the prince. And that makes her a rare fish, indeed, in the world of preschool culture.
  86. You have to make your wedding day all about you.
  87. No wedding bells for me anymore. I’ve been happily married to my profession for years.
  88. Every wedding is slightly different from the other. But you always get to meet the funny uncle and the weirdo relatives, and there’s always someone trying to beat you up for not playing enough Beatles songs or something.
  89. Wedding dress shopping is basically like dating. You pick the one based on how you feel.
  90. I wanted to define the vocabulary of a wedding both visually and intellectually. The book is about more than weddings or wedding dresses. It’s a metaphor for women’s lives, their creativity.
  91. The Queen’s wedding dress in 1947, there was some embroidery on the train which was definitely there to illustrate new dawn/post-war optimism, that sort of thing.
  92. A lawyer I once knew told me of a strange case, a suffragette who had never married. After her death, he opened her trunk and discovered 50 wedding gowns.
  93. On the night of the winter solstice, when the dead get their annual reprieve, they go up to the 24-hour donut shop and wedding chapel to get hitched. Marriage is a good and proper pursuit for dead people. For a while, it relieves the dark, shuddering loneliness of the afterlife.
  94. Choosing elements for your wedding day should be fun, but these choices won’t make any difference in the stuff that matters. For better or worse, you’ll end that day married to your partner, and that’s the truly exciting part.
  95. Growing up, I was never the kind of girl to dream about wedding dresses and pretty houses.
  96. Getting married, for me, was the best thing I ever did. I was suddenly beset with an immense sense of release, that we have something more important than our separate selves, and that is the marriage. There’s immense happiness that can come from working towards that.
  97. That is ever the way. ‘Tis all jealousy to the bride and good wishes to the corpse.
  98. I have great hopes that we shall love each other all our lives as much as if we had never married at all.
  99. You can give poor people this royal wedding to watch and make them feel good about themselves, or you can give them something useful like, I don’t know… a toaster.
  100. Even if you believe a creator god invented the laws of physics, would you so insult him as to suggest that he might capriciously and arbitrarily violate them in order to walk on water, or turn water into wine as a cheap party trick at a wedding?