With Best Compliments – Famous Wedding Poems

A wedding is a most auspicious occasion. That two people have found each other and are willing to commit to spend their lives together is nothing short of a miracle. This event is a time of unparalleled joy. There are many different styles of weddings based on the traditions of the families involved.

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Source: Family Poems from Family Friend Poems

1. Wedding Thoughts

Down the long trail he awaits me,
at the other end I stand feeling free.
Soon my life will no longer be mine,
it will then soon be with him intertwined.

Is two heads always better then one,
I keep on thinking is it going to be fun
a smile or a frown which should I use,
as I ponder on the color of my shoes

Everyone rushing and running around,
looking to help me find the right gown.
Not knowing who’s to be invited there,
matching the party up into pairs.

Reception is hard to many for seating,
cash is to low not much for drinking or eating.
The time has come, the music begun,
down the trail I go thinking should I run.

As I get closer there he stands,
waiting for me with his open hands.
My heart beats faster as I get near,
his smile, his eye, chasing away my fears.

I reach the end and by his side,
I wonder if my lifes to die.
but in three words he makes it all true,
as he looks over at me and say I LOVE YOU.

2. Just Yesterday

I can’t believe this day is finally here,
Just yesterday we were building tents in your room,
When did the time disappear?
It seems like just yesterday.

Remember when you used to tickle me until I would say that you were the best?
Every time it would take me a little longer to give in,
But I’m sure you could have guessed,
It seems like just yesterday.

Now looking back on the days when I used to do your hair,
You’d have ten frizzy pigtails in all different color ties,
And would go outside without a care,
Doesn’t it seem like just yesterday?

But here you stand before me,
So different but still the same,
And I’m sure that there isn’t one person who would disagree,
On how beautiful you look today.

So congratulations on your wedding and picking a great guy,
Be sure to love him with all your heart,
As he will in reply.

Thank you for all the memories that I hold so dear in my heart,
And as time goes by new ones will form,
But the old will shall never depart.

3. The Wedding

The groom stood by his solemn bride before the country preacher
Angelic hosts had gathered close to notice every feature
The tall man stood in suit of blue, the short bride dressed in green
He looked upon with loving eyes the prettiest girl he’d seen

The bridesmaids both stood wide-eyed as awaiting sacred cue
While the flower girl danced from foot to foot in shoes that were so new
The best man stood too poor to buy a coat for the occasion
But posed there patiently to hear the preacher’s recitation

The one lone groomsman took his place trousers hiked up to his calf
Yet no one really seemed to mind or even thought to laugh
The ring boy ran from left to right unsure of where to settle
Then darted to his mother’s side to show the shiny metal

Someone met the singer one hour from the wedding’s start
But the way that he was singing seemed to touch the coldest heart
No eye was dry in earth or sky as the preacher boldly said
Can anybody tell me why these two should not be wed

A quiet hush fell through that place in defiance of an answer
All stood still to hear God’s will except the little dancer
So be it… cried the preacher… So be it… cried the crowd
So be it… cried the ring boy though only half as loud

Every eye beheld the pair as they took each others hands
Exchanging one another’s love with inexpensive bands
The vows were said I do, I do… You now may kiss the bride
No earthly words could dare express the joy they felt inside

Overhead the angels watched and turned their blessings there
The preacher bowed his head to pray one final closing prayer
The small crowd left, but turned their heads to a voice which seemed to say
Look not on this with eyes of man… God’s work’s been done today

4. Don’t Cry For Me

My little Girl, Don’t cry for me
I’ll be right by your side.
I’d never miss out on this day
that you become a bride.

I’m here with you to hold your hand
and give your heart away
To a man God chose to take care of you
forever from this day.

Today, I place your hand in his
with blessings and with pride.
My little Girl, Don’t cry for me
I’ll be right by your side

Source: Family Poems from Family Friend Poems

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