Wedding Celebration of Love Poems | Heartfelt Sayings & Sonnets

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The hidden power of wedding love poems and Shakespeare’s sonnets during your ceremony transforms the celebration into a memorable and special occasion. With powerful words you spice up your personal vows. And your nuptials becomes a warm, inspiring and heartfelt moment.

But, how do you celebrate the event in a unique way? With beautiful sayings you share the universal and human understanding of the importance of infinite love. Another thing, it will make the day more meaningful by leaving a message of hope, happiness and joy. It’s a strong and lifelong impression.

Therefore, instill a sense of romance, passion and magic during your shining moment. Equally important,  your celebration of love speech adds the finishing touch to the script. So, whether you are hosting a non-religious wedding or civil marriage these handpicked tips are perfect to enhance your vows. Read on…

Wedding Love Poems

Powerful wedding love songs

Though lovers be lost, love shall not. Dylan Thomas Read more at

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Tip.1  Beautiful poetry

As a matter of fact, powerful poetry is based upon rhythmical timing, rhyme and reason. This inspires, raises an eyebrow and excites the guests at your event. What you need to know is that your poetic gesture during your celebration of infinite love ceremony is extremely important.

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Growing Old Together “Love is not living together,Love is growing old together”

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Tip.2  The born poet

In addition, get writing or typing today; for your  celebration of love speech.  Put pen to paper and record your voice. Better still, jot down your feelings, emotions or wishes in a diary or notebook. Whatever feels right for you is the best thing to do! You’re a “poet and you didn’t even know it!” The perfect poem, quote or speech could be pounding in your heart. Find great rhyming words at and

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My bounty is as boundless as the sea, My love as deep; the more I give to thee, The more I have, for both are infinite. (Romeo and Juliet, 2.2.139-41)

Tip.3  Gift of words

All things considered your poem will be infinitely different, real and unique. So, it doesn’t matter what you write, when you write or how you write. You have a remarkable story to deliver. Ultimately you have a revelation to share and some juicy anecdotes to tell. Get more inspiring ideas from


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Life is a puzzle of love! There are three things that last: faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is love. ~  I Corinthians 13:13 ~

Tip.4  A mighty pen tells all – wedding love poems

Fundamentally, there’s no need to worry,  if you have the gumption to write something special, you can find a quote, one-liner or poem on the internet.  As a result you’ll be able to recite a poem. Whatever you decide your family and friends will truly appreciate it. Create the perfect celebration of love ceremony. And make sure it is a true reflection of your unique friendship and love for each other. 

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“No marriage stays in the same pattern forever. It is both the best feature of marriage and the worst, that it inevitably changes.” ― Lisa Kleypas, Love in the Afternoon

Tip.5 Shakespeare’s sonnets – wedding love poems

Second to last, Shakespeare can help you express your sincere feelings for your partner. And your warm, loving words, heartfelt speech, and sincere emotions will have an everlasting effect on everyone. So, convey your true thoughts during the wedding ceremony with


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Tip.6 Dylan Thomas – wedding love poems

Let’s be honest, you might find it difficult to find the right emotive words to say, at your ceremony. Because, you feel you’re not a charismatic, witty or eloquent speaker. Keep calm! Just practice your lines in front of a mirror and ask a good friend to listen in. Remember to use humor, add anecdotes and express pure sentiment. Be passionately honest about your love poem and use musical accompaniment.



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About Clover Jean: I'm a Londoner based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Being a specialist celebrant | marriage officiant | wedding ceremonies MC with a gospel & soul choir is rewarding work. So, my guilty pleasures are fine dining, travel hotspots and on-line retail therapy. What's yours? Get in touch, via Instagram #cloverjeanamsterdam or Facebook. LIKE, SHARE, SPREAD THE LOVE & see you soon!

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