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Famous Wedding Quotations

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"My wife and I went back to the hotel where we spent our wedding night. Only this time, I stayed in the bathroom and cried."
by Henny Youngman
"You can make these things for cheap. This one cost $35 million. You make $70 million on 'The Wedding Planner,' you're dancing in the streets. You make $70 million on 'Sahara' (which cost $130 million), you're not dancing in the streets."
by Matthew McConaughey
"You could already tell a week after our took a lot out of her."
by Julie Foglesong
"Your wedding may be in May; you booked the facility in December; but what if a month before the ceremony, the facility was destroyed in a fire, flood, or tornado? What would you do? Most people also opt for coverage of the additional expenses associated with arranging alternative services."
by Robert Nuccio
"So I missed the wedding, huh? I didn't get an invitation. What's up with that?"
by Spike Lee
"Here's a toast to your new bride who has everything a girl could want in her life, except for good taste in men!"
by Anonymous Toast
"I traveled 15 feet and lost a $7,000 diamond wedding ring. They looked on the ground and conveyer belt. Nothing. I thought I was in a secure area."
by John Wright
"A little girl at the wedding afterwards asked her mother why the bride changed her mind. What do you mean? responded her mother. Well, she went down the aisle with one man, and came back with another."
by Source Unknown
"A lot of people think I'm that guy in 'Betsy's Wedding', but I'm not. What it is for me is that, on some level, I connect with the character emotionally."
by Anthony LaPaglia
"A woman seldom asks advice before she has bought her wedding clothes."
by Joseph Addison
"A wedding is a funeral where you smell your own flowers."
by Eddie Cantor
"A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, trust, partnership, tolerance, and tenacity. The order varies for any given year."
by Paul Sweeney
"Don Corleone Someday - and that day may never come - I'll call upon you to do a service for me. But until that day, accept this justice as gift on my daughter's wedding day."
by Godfather, The
"Every winter, When the great sun has turned his face away, The earth goes down into a vale of grief, And fasts, and weeps, and shrouds herself in sables, Leaving her wedding-garlands to decay-- Then leaps in spring to his returning kisses."
by Charles Kingsley
"I would like to have engraved inside every wedding band 'Be kind to one another.' This is the Golden Rule of Marriage and the secret of making love last through the years."
by Randolph Ray
"I've had them both, and I don't think much of either."
by Beatrix Lehmann (watching a Hollywood wedding.)
"Like dear St. Francis of Assisi I am wedded to Poverty: but in my case the marriage is not a success."
by Oscar Wilde
"Our dog died from licking our wedding picture."
by Phyllis Diller
"She tells enough white lies to ice a wedding cake."
by Margot Asquith
"The music at a wedding procession always reminds me of the music of soldiers going into battle."
by Heinrich Heine
"The ritual of marriage is not simply a social event; it is a crossing of threads in the fabric of fate. Many strands bring the couple and their families together and spin their lives into a fabric that is woven on their children."
by Portuguese-Jewish Wedding Ceremony
"The roses, the lovely notes, the dining and dancing are all welcome and splendid. But when the Godiva is gone, the gift of real love is having someone who'll go the distance with you. Someone who, when the wedding day limo breaks down, is willing to share a seat on the bus."
by Oprah Winfrey
"The woman cries before the wedding and the man after."
by Polish Proverb
"There are three rings involved with marriage. The engagement ring, the wedding ring, and the suffering."
by Woody Allen
"There are three rings in marriage. The engagement ring... The wedding ring... and the suffering."
by Trevor Rook
"Wedding: a ceremony at which two persons undertake to become one, one undertakes to become nothing, and nothing undertakes to become supportable"
by Ambrose Bierce
"What is a wedding? Webster's dictionary defines a wedding as 'the process of removing weeds from one's garden.' by"
by Homer Simpson
"My face looks like a wedding-cake left out in the rain."
by W. H. Auden
"The most dangerous food to eat is a wedding cake."
by Proverb
"I've also always been fascinated by weddings... those surreal performances where the audience plays an integral part -- the joy, the sadness, the passion... all unfolding firstly in a house where God is served and ultimately in a house where beer is served... the knife inserted ritually into the virginal white cake to reveal the dark fruity interior... that ugly pagan concept of the father handing over his daughter to her new master... the mothers crying because they're losing a daughter, the page boys crying because they have to wear such stupid clothes... those embarrassing speeches and drunken uncles on the dance floor..."
by David Gedge, singer of The Wedding Present
"Girls usually have a paper mâché face on their wedding day."
by Sidonie Gabrielle Colette
"When widows exclaim loudly against second marriages, I would always lay a wager that the man, if not the wedding day, is absolutely fixed on."
by Henry Fielding
"Wedding is destiny, and hanging likewise."
by John Heywood
"To keep your marriage brimming, with love in the wedding cup, whenever you're wrong, admit it; whenever you're right, shut up."
by Ogden Nash
"Don't let your past dictate who you are, but let it be a part of who you will be."
by My Big Fat Greek Wedding
"The man is the head of the house, but the woman is the neck; and the neck can turn the head into any direction."
by My Big Fat Greek Wedding
"Why can you not stop saying what is in yours? Why must you lead, when I want to lead? If I want to dance I will ask you to dance. If I want to speak I will open my mouth and speak. Everyone is forever plaguing me to speak further. Why? What good is it to tell you you are in my every thought from the time I wake? What good can come from my saying that I sometimes cannot think clearly or do my work properly? What gain can rise of my telling you the only time I feel fear as others do is when I think of you in harm? That is why I am on this porch, Ivy Walker. I fear for your safety before all others. And yes, I will dance with you on our wedding night."
by Lucius Hunt, 'The Village'
"When you love someone you say it--right then, out loud--otherwise the moment just passes you by."
by My Best Friend's Wedding
"Many people spend more time in planning the wedding than they do in planning the marriage"
by Zig Ziglar
"We held hands on the last night on earth. Our mouths filled with dust, we kissed in the fields and under trees, screaming like dogs, bleeding dark into the leaves. It was empty on the edge of town but we knew everyone floated along the bottom of the river. So we walked through the waste where the road curved into the sea and the shattered seasons lay, and the bitter smell of burning was on you like a disease.In our cancer of passion you said, 'Death is a midnight runner.' The sky had come crashing down like the news of an intimate suicide. We picked up the shards and formed them into shapes of stars that wore like an antique wedding dress. The echoes of the past broke the hearts of the unborn as the ferris wheel silently slowed to a stop. The few insects skidded away in hopes of a better pastime. I kissed you at the apexof the maelstrom and asked if you would accompany me ina quick fall, but you made me realize that my ticket wasn't good for two. I rode alone. You said,'The cinders are falling like snow.' There is poetry in despair, and we sang with unrivaled beauty, bitter elegies of savagery and eloquence.Of blue and grey. Strange, we ran down desperate streets and carvedour names in the flesh of the city. The sun has stagnated somewhere beyond the rim of the horizon and the darkness is a mystery of curves and line.Still, we lay under the emptiness and drifted slowly outward,and somewhere in the wilderness we foundsalvation scratched into the earth like a message. the untitled poem--afi"
by Anonymous
"The little word is has its tragedies: it marries and identifies different things with the greatest innocence; and yet no two are ever identical, and if therein lies the charm of wedding them and calling them one, therein too lies the danger."
by George Santayana
"I'd imagine my wedding as a fairy tale... huge, beautiful and white."
by Paris Hilton
"And thus Snow White became the prince's bride. The wicked queen was invited to the wedding feast..."
by Anne Sexton
"Come away! For you shall hence upon your wedding day."
by Shakespeare
"How happy a thing were a wedding, And a bedding, If a man might purchase a wife For a twelvemonth and a day;"
by Thomas Flatman
"I wear my wedding ring He will cut off your finger And the blood will linger Little bird!"
by Allen Tate
"Our wedding day, twenty years ago! A happy day. Darling is handsomer than she was then, with a glorious flow of friendly feeling and cheerfuln..."
by Rutherford Birchard Hayes
"Reunion after long separation is even better than one's wedding night."
by Anonymous
"The massive weight of Uncle's wedding band Sits heavily upon Aunt Jennifer's hand."
by Adrienne Rich
"The stars are pears that no one can reach, even for a wedding. Perhaps for a death."
by Anne Sexton
"The wedding was a quiet affair, and when called upon to enjoy my promotion from lodger to lover did I experience only bitterness and distaste?..."
by Vladimir Nabokov
"Well, the wedding is over, the good folks are joined for better for worse—a shocking clause that!—'tis preparing one to lead a long journe..."
by Frances Burney
"Wedding is great Juno's crown, O blessed bond of board and bed!..."
by Shakespeare
"We should be careful never to imagine, that the wedding-day is the burial of love, but that in reality love then begins its best life; and if ..."
by James Boswell
"Wooing, wedding, and repenting, is as a Scotch jig, a measure, and a cinquepace; the first suit is hot and hasty, like a Scotch jig, and full ..."
by Shakespeare
"Women who marry early are often overly enamored of the kind of man who looks great in wedding pictures and passes the maid of honor his teleph..."
by Anna Quindlen

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