Wedding Quotes Quotes

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Trix Wilkins
“There are no words that can be said to justify the beauty of a bride walking down the aisle in anticipation of sharing the rest of her life with the man she esteems and loves the most, nor of the look on that man’s face, when he beholds the one who will be entrusting her life to him to protect and her heart for him to love. All that can be said is that all who witnessed it found themselves overwhelmed with the joy that comes with seeing that one moment when all feels and is as it should be.”
Trix Wilkins, The Courtship of Jo March: a variation of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women

Matshona Dhliwayo
“A woman’s beauty is worth little to you, a woman’s intelligence is worth much to you, a woman’s virtue is worth more to you, a woman’s love is worth the most to you, and a woman’s loyalty is worth everything to you.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

Alaric Hutchinson
“Love starts when peace begins.”
Alaric Hutchinson, Living Peace: Essential Teachings for Enriching Life

“Marriages are for the grownup people.
Fortunately or unfortunately, I am not yet the one!”
Lukhman Pambra

Lauren Groff
“Please. Marriage is made of lies. Kind ones, mostly. Omissions. If you give voice to the things you think every day about your spouse, you'd crush them to paste. She never lied. Just never said.”
Lauren Groff, Fates and Furies

Lauren Groff
“He longed for something wordless and potent: what? To wear her. He imagined living in her warmth forever. People in his life had fallen away from him one by one like dominoes; every movement pinned her further so that she could not abandon him. [...] They were pressed so close that when they laughed, his laugh rose from her belly, hers from his throat. He kissed her cheekbones, her clavicle, the pale of her wrist with its rootlike blue veins. His terrible hunger he'd thought would be sated was not. The end apparent in the beginning.
'My wife,' he sais. 'Mine.' Perhaps instead of wearing her, he could swallow her whole.
'Oh?' she said. 'Right. Because I'm chattel. Because my royal family traded me for three mules and a bucket of butter.'
'Nobody belongs to anybody. We've done something bigger. It's new.”
Lauren Groff, Fates and Furies

“Wedding Photography is an ART.”

“You ain't wedded to her and you are caught up with pursuing her around and continually checking her telephone,Very soon you will bite the dust of hypertension or heart assault”
Genereux Philip

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