Wedding Poems

Wedding Poems

Poems for Weddings

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. Of all occasions, weddings and funerals are probably the occasions where traditions are most observed. These are time when we mark our relationship to life. At a wedding we celebrate the beginning of the forming of a new family.

Wedding Poetry 1-10 of 15

  • by Chastity
  • Published: 5/13/2008
My Little Girl 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 …

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  • Rating: 4.6
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My dad passed away 4 months before my wedding. I decided to walk down the aisle alone as I knew he would be at my side. That was 39 years ago this June. My dad passed on Feb 15. This beautiful poem …

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  • by Lacey D. Karlek
  • Published: 2/15/2006
My Wedding Day

I think about the time,
Not so long ago,
That when I needed a helping hand,
You where the first to know

I think about the memories,
The good times we've shared,
I think about …

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  • Rating: 4.48
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This poem is amazing - have been looking for a wedding poem to be read out at the ceremony - not sure I'll use this but it's beautiful - very well written xx

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  • by John B. Langley
  • Published: 2/15/2006
Country Wedding Poem, 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 …

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  • Rating: 4.46
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It has touched me in a way you will never believe it makes me think about my husband. We are always together and working on my wedding vows. I hope I do good as yours are. We are getting married in …

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  • by Shannon Smith Harwell
  • Published: 10/5/2008
My Darling Daughter, My Ashley

My darling daughter, Ashley,
I just want you to know
wherever your life takes you,
my heart shall also go.

When I learned that you were coming,
it was a wonderful night!
But …

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  • Rating: 4.37
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My Ashley is getting married tomorrow and I cannot be there. This poem said it all and I just sent to her. Thank you so much.

  • by Angie
  • Published: 5/19/2008
Heirloom Of Love

There she sits before her mirror
Primping in excitement, her face flushed
Today is her day; she will never know
How much I hurt, how scared I am
Of the void she will leave behind …

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I am not the bride's dad but brother....and I found this poem extremely emotional...I literally had tears in my eyes while reading this... love it

  • by Danielle Neidich
  • Published: 7/5/2007
Just Yesterday

Jenny,
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 …

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  • Rating: 4.28

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  • by Andrew
  • Published: 7/18/2011
Today's My Daughter's Wedding Day

Today's my daughter's wedding day.
And a wonderful thing it is;
To see her so excited,
So happy to be his.

But once she was my baby girl;
My first born, love of my life.
But now …

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  • Rating: 4.21
  • by Mark S. Rogers
  • Published: 2/15/2006
Wedding Day Thoughts


On your wedding day we ponder
All the stages that you've known
From the time that you were little
Until now that you are grown
But most of all we look forward
And try to guess, and …

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  • Rating: 4.18

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