Sending Nuptial Wishes
Sending your congrats is a must when you find out someone you know is getting married. You could give them a call, send them a email or a card in the mail. Or you could take a card personally to the soon to be married couple to offer your best wishes in person. This is such an exciting time in a couples life.
Of course When sending a card you may not be sure of what you want to write in it. Apart from the normal congratulations, you guys are going to be so happy together. Why not take it one step farther. Make it a little bit more special by adding a poem or quote about the happiness of marriage. Or even some marriage advise that you’ve read of if you have years of experience, then some advise you’ve acquired over the years!
Marriage Poems are a nice addition to any card. Below you will find a few examples of marriage poems:
From This Day Forward
From this day forward,
To Be One With Each Other
What greater thing is there for two human souls than to feel that they are joined together to strengthen each other in all labour, to minister to each other in all sorrow, to share with each other in all gladness, to be one with each other in the silent unspoken memories?
George Eliot (1819-1880)
You may find marriage quotes to be a nice way of congratulating the newlyweds and maybe even giving them some marital advice. Below you’ll find some examples of marriage quotes:
A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, and always with the same person.
In marriage, each partner is to be an encourager rather than a critic, a
forgiver rather than a collector of hurts, an enabler rather than a
Motto for the bride and groom:
A happy marriage has in it all the pleasures of friendships, all the enjoyment of sense and reason - and indeed all the sweets of life.
We hope the information we have provided has helped you decide on what type of marriage congratulations you want to extend to the newly married couple. For more quotes on being married visit marriage quotes, and check out poems about marriage for more marriage poems.
Content written by Julie Hebert