Weddings Quotes

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Groucho Marx
“Hollywood brides keep the bouquets and throw away the grooms.”
Groucho Marx

Lisa Kleypas
“Weddings are never about the bride and groom, weddings are public platforms for dysfunctional families.”
Lisa Kleypas, Blue-Eyed Devil

William Goldman
“Mawwage. Mawwage is what bwings us together today.”
William Goldman

Sarah Ruhl
“A wedding is for daughters and fathers. The mothers all dress up, trying to look like young women. But a wedding is for a father and daughter. They stop being married to each other on that day.”
sarah ruhl, Eurydice

Tom Waits
“Oh I don't mind going to weddings, just as long as it's not my own...”
Tom Waits

Patricia Briggs
“Some of the fae have an odd idea of bride send-offs," he explained "including, according to Zee, kidnapping." "I forgot about that." And I was appalled because I knew better. "Bran and Samuel are probably more of a danger than any of the fae," I told him. "Someday, I'll tell you about some of the more spectaculare wedding antics Samuel's told me about." Some of them made kidnapping look mild.”
Patricia Briggs, River Marked

Emme Rollins
“Every bride is beautiful. It’s like newborn babies or puppies. They can’t help it.”
Emme Rollins, Dear Rockstar

Roman Payne
“The lot of the bride
to be wed before bed
desired until rotten.
The lot of the author
to be read before bed
admired then forgotten.”
Roman Payne

Jane Austen
“It is such a happiness when good people get together -- and they always do.”
Jane Austen

Roman Payne
“Be there a picnic for the devil,
an orgy for the satyr,
and a wedding for the bride.”
Roman Payne, The Basement Trains

Jen Campbell
“Who wouldn't want to get married in a room full of love stories?”
Jen Campbell, The Bookshop Book

Ariel Meadow Stallings
“Life, weddings, relationships, road trips, gardening, making out, haircuts: few of the fun things in life always go as expected.”
Ariel Meadow Stallings, Offbeat Bride: Taffeta-Free Alternatives for Independent Brides

Ariel Meadow Stallings
“Make peace with the fact that there will be those who bitch no matter what you do. You might as well do what makes you happy, so at least when you hear the bitching, you'll know that the event they're griping about was exactly the one you wanted.”
Ariel Meadow Stallings, Offbeat Bride: Taffeta-Free Alternatives for Independent Brides

Sloane Crosley
“I was stunned. I pulled the phone away and looked quizzically at the hole-punched speaker. Aside from the blood obligation to be my sister's maid of honor, it had never occured to me that I would get asked to be in anyone's wedding. I thought we had reached an understanding, the institution of marriage and I. Weddings are the like the triathlon of female friendship: the Shower, the Bachelorette Party, and the Main Event. It's the Iron Woman and most people never make it through. They fall off their bikes or choke on ocean water. I figured if I valued my life, I'd stay away from weddings and they'd stay away from me.”
Sloane Crosley, I Was Told There'd Be Cake: Essays

Judith Martin
“A small wedding is not necessarily one to which very few people are invited. It is one to which the person you are addressing is not invited.”
Judith Martin, Miss Manners on Painfully Proper Weddings

William Makepeace Thackeray
“... I regularly frequent St. George';s, Hanover Square, during the genteel marriage season; and though I have never seen the bridegroom's male friends give way to tears, or the beadles and officiating clergy in any way affected, yet it is not at all uncommon to see women who are not in the least concerned in the operations going on -- old ladies who are long past marrying, stout middle-aged females with plenty of sons and daughters, let alone pretty young creatures in pink bonnets, who are on their promotion, and may naturally taken an interest in the ceremony -- I say it is quite common to see the women present piping, sobbing, sniffling; hiding their little faces in their little useless pocket-handkerchiefs; and heaving, old and young, with emotion.”
William Makepeace Thackeray, Vanity Fair

Hilary McKay
“Darling Daddy,
This is Rose.
Very good news. Caddy is going to marry Micheal. In case you have forgotten because you have not been home for so long he is the one with the ponytail and the earring that you do not like. And Caddy says she will have a white lace dress and three bridesmaids, Saffron and Sarah and me, and a big party for everyone, all her old boyfriends too. Fireworks. A band. A big tent called a marquee. But where will we put it? Carriages with white horses for us all to go to the church. Afterward Caddy and Micheal will go for a holiday to Australia to visit the Great Barrier Reef. Caddy has it all worked out and Mummy says Yes She Can Of Course You Can Darling Of Course You Must Do That. Saffron said That Will Cost a Few Weeks Housekeeping and Mummy said Yes But We Do Not Need to Worry About That. DADDY WILL PAY.
Love, Rose.”
Hilary McKay, Indigo's Star

Susan Jane Gilman
“...weddings are giant Rorschach tests onto which everyone around you projects their fears, fantasies, and expectations -- many of which they've been cultivating since the day you were born.”
Susan Jane Gilman

“Just because you can, doesn't necessarily mean that you should!”
Bill Collins

“Newspaper columnist Dave Barry once wrote that the motto of the wedding industry is, 'Money can't buy you happiness, so you might as well give your money to us.”
Denise Fields, Bridal Bargains: Secrets to Throwing a Fantastic Wedding on a Realistic Budget

“Just because you can, doesn't necessarily mean that you sh”
Bill Collins

Devan Sipher
“Love means never having to shave your back.”
Devan Sipher, The Wedding Beat

Jyoti Patel
“When the mind is filled with ego,
when the heart is filled with hate,
when the souls are not connected,
when you are at war within,
a big and precious wedding ring
holds no value
- The fact”

Dmitry Dyatlov
“So... I've been thinking about starting a wedding planning Business... You know, like an arranged marriage sort of thing. So... who wants to be in the presence of True Love??”
Dmitry Dyatlov

Lisa S. Gayle
“She had no idea a man could even get that upset without having to go to four different flower shops in one day.”
Lisa S. Gayle, Weddings Coordinated: A Romantic Comedy

“Weddings are funny things. Celebrations, and so many people privately reconciling the lives they didn’t get.”
Meg Fee, Places I Stopped on the Way Home: A Memoir of Chaos and Grace

Elizabeth Mckenzie
“According to Adolf Guggenbuhl-Craig, the Swiss analyst and author of Marriage: Dead or Alive, a wedding is more than a party or a legality. It's not less than a boxing ring, two people facing off, acknowledging their separate identities rather than their union, in the company of all the people who lay claim to them. A wedding is the time and place to recognize the full clutch of the past in the negotiation of a shared future.”
Elizabeth Mckenzie, The Portable Veblen

Fábio Moon
“The Maronite Christian women in Manaus could not tolerate the notion of Zana marrying a Muslim. A mere tinker, a peddler, a roughneck, a Muslim from the mountains of Southern Lebanon, they’d say. Ah, these passions in the provinces. It’s like being onstage, listening to the audience booing two actors playing two lovers. The more they booed, the more perfume I put on the marriage sheets. It was a greedy and vengeful kiss, I silenced those rattling tongues…and all of Abbas’s ghazals were in that kiss.”
Fábio Moon, Two Brothers

“The character of a king is a way of believing things happen for a reason. The queen is a way of being angry at someone besides God. A witch is a woman who thought her story ended with that wedding a dozen pages back and now she'd be allowed to do as she pleased.”
Kathryn Nuernberger, The Witch of Eye

Kate Baer
“When someone asks for the secret to a happy marriage, remember you don't know. This is not a happy ending. This is not a fairy tale. This is the beginning of a life you haven't met.”
Kate Baer, What Kind of Woman

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