Groom Quotes

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“The groom always smiles proudly because he's convinced he's accomplished something quite wonderful. The bride smiles because she's been able to convince him of it.”
Judith McNaught, A Kingdom of Dreams

Kamand Kojouri
“A poetess is not as selfish
as you assume.
After months of agonising
over her marriage of words—the bride—
and spaces—the groom,
she knows that as soon
as she has penned the poem,
it’s yours to consume.
So, without giving it a think,
she blows on the ink
and the letters fly away
like dandelions on a windy day,
landing on hands and lips,
on hearts and hips.
But more often than not,
you can easily spot
them trodden and forgotten,
becoming sodden and rotten.
Yet, she will continue to make
what’s others to take
because selfishness
is not the mark of a poetess.”
Kamand Kojouri

Ngina Otiende
“Sexual intimacy is a relationship, not just body parts coming together. The more comfortable you are with each other outside the bedroom; the easier it is to relax and the sweeter the intimacy!”
Ngina Otiende, The Wedding Night: Embracing Sexual Intimacy as New Bride

Amit Abraham
“If marriages are said to be made in heaven then why search for grooms in hell.”
Amit Abraham

Rajesh Nanoo
“Relationship ties
heart of two souls
eager to fly freely
soaring to sky feats
in full-fledged wings
unrestrained passions
to a realm in which
both remain invisible.”
Rajesh Nanoo

Israelmore Ayivor
“The rule for J.O.Y is Jesus, Others and You. You can’t have a perfect joy if all you think about is about how to groom your life!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Leaders' Watchwords

Melissa Hill
“Remember, whoever holds the purse strings for the wedding has the control. Don't accept a cent from anyone else if possible. Then you and him will be the only ones calling the shots. All the decisionswill be yours and the rest of them will just have to go along with it.”
Melissa Hill, The Guest List

Ngina Otiende
“What if, in the bigger scheme of things, God put the yearning and desire for our husbands, not so a man could fulfill all of it, but so we could catch a glimpse of what it means to fully and wholly yearn for God?”
Ngina Otiende, The Wedding Night: Embracing Sexual Intimacy as New Bride

Anna Bell
“Every woman should feel like a princess on her wedding day; it’s practically a law.”
Anna Bell, Don't Tell the Groom

Anna Bell
“I know that you always take around because you talk so much, but I like to always know what's happening in your world.”
Anna Bell, Don't Tell the Groom

Anna Bell
“Instead I’ve built a house made of lies that have come crashing down around me.”
Anna Bell, Don't Tell the Groom

Melissa Hill
“...because unlike some, I wasn't in line when they were handling out perfect genes.”
Melissa Hill, The Guest List

Melissa Hill
“Trust me, you will get plenty of "advice" from everyone and anyone on the best way to do things, and remember that you don't have to take any of it. Know that whatever you choose, THE PEOPLE WHO LOVE YOU AND SUPPORT YOU THE MOST WON'T MAKE THE DAY ABOUT THEM, they'll make it about you and him, and show up to celebrate your special day regardless of what you decide to do.”
Melissa Hill, The Guest List

Melissa Hill
“Well don't demand the spotlight if you can't handle the attention.”
Melissa Hill, The Guest List

“Growing be the goal
Success will follow ~”
Tanya Gambhir

Ngina Otiende
“A spouse who refuses to cultivate or fan physical intimacy first devalued the marriage in their mind and priorities. Spouses who defile their marriage bed first lost honor for their marriage.”
Ngina Otiende, The Wedding Night: Embracing Sexual Intimacy as New Bride

Ngina Otiende
“God has a passion for brand new beginnings.”
Ngina Otiende, The Wedding Night: Embracing Sexual Intimacy as New Bride

Richie Norton
“Sometimes it is not the marriage that is boring, it’s your life. ⁣”
Richie Norton

Anna Bell
“It’s like my whole life my left ring finger has been lacking something, and finally it feels complete.”
Anna Bell, Don't Tell the Groom

Anna Bell
“... it is easier to tell someone closer to you before you tell your partner.”
Anna Bell, Don't Tell the Groom

Anna Bell
“The fact that I am marrying the man of my dreams is all that matters.”
Anna Bell, Don't Tell the Groom

Anna Bell
“Ask yourself, if they getting married, would you be upset if you weren't invited? If the answer is no, then that's an easy name to cross off your list.”
Anna Bell, Don't Tell the Boss: a laugh-out-loud romp!

Stephanie Oakes
“...and the joy on the bride's and groom's faces at the unquestioned beauty of a minute-old marriage.”
Stephanie Oakes, The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“A wedding is an occasion during and with which the bride and groom greatly exaggerate their love for each other, especially in cases where they really love each other.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“In the bazaar of marriage, the priciest groom is the dumbest.”
Mantaranjot Mangat, Plotless

J.S. Mason
“He had been thrown into the dungeon after refusing to accept that ‘bridegroom’ was no longer an acceptable term to call a groom. Needless to say, he had been there quite a long time.”
J.S. Mason, The Satyrist...And Other Scintillating Treats