Top 30 Wedding Day Love Quotes For Brides And Grooms

Today we are share with you best 30 wedding love quotes for brides and grooms. You can get it below and pick your favorite quotes to make a lovely wedding day speech. Never forget about social sharing and congratulation for your big day. 🙂

  • On my wedding day. I didn’t want a natural, blushing-bride look – I had a full-on hairdo and red lips. I thought it would be disingenuous to do the whole virginal look, so even though I had the white dress, I had pink net underneath.
  • Growing up, I was never the kind of girl to dream about wedding dresses and pretty houses.
  • It’s interesting because a lot of my 16-year-old kids’ friends know me from ‘Wedding Crashers,’ and not so much Bond. My kids have a good laugh. I was 20 then. The look I had then was the look that a lot of their friends are assuming now. They think it’s cool. What goes around comes around.
  • A wedding, people decide to get married, it comes out of such love for one another and then women can turn into these other people. They’re planning something that’s the biggest event they’ll ever plan in their lives and it turns them into this other person, so it’s not totally the guy’s fault that he’s feeling disconnected from this person.
  • I’m a jewelry girl. I became with friends with designer Irene Neuwirth a few years ago. At that point, I just used to wear my wedding rings. Very low key. Now, if I could, I’d be draped from head to toe in her jewelry all the time. Everything she makes is beautiful.
  • I can wear a sexy dress to any red carpet event. My wedding is my chance to go all the way and wear a princess silhouette.
  • I’d hesitated to have a wedding because my gay and lesbian friends don’t have that right.
  • It’s very nice to be asked to anybody’s wedding. Particularly if it’s the Prince of Wales. I learned a lot from it, which was to end early and get away. I suppose one would have to look back historically and see who other royals had at their weddings. Were there people at Queen Elizabeth’s wedding who were common like me?
  • That’s What She Said’ is not Hollywood’s standard picture of women: preternaturally gorgeous, wedding obsessed, boy crazy, fashion focused, sexed up ‘girl’ women. These are real women, comically portrayed, who are trying to wrestle with the very expectations of womanhood that Hollywood movies set up.
  • I just wrapped this movie called ‘The Wedding Crashers’ which was a pretty big break for me.
  • The wedding ring on my left hand was bought by my grandfather, Samuel Multiband, in Brussels in 1920. I never knew him, as he died when I was one. But his ring was kept by my aunt until it was placed on my finger by my wife Louise 32 years later.
  • It has been the experience of a lifetime to work with Catherine Middleton to create her wedding dress, and I have enjoyed every moment of it. It was such an incredible honor to be asked, and I am so proud of what we and the Alexander McQueen team have created.
  • I am happy. I have a wonderful marriage. I was in a not-great second marriage for 20 years, then I fell in love with Steve, my first husband, again, and we remarried. I wore the dress from our first wedding in 1982 – it was tight, but I could get into it.
  • I love both real and fake jewelry. My kids make me necklaces, and I wear those, too. Every day, I wear my gold wedding band and the Cartier watch my husband gave me.
  • As a child, as a cinemagoer, I think there is nothing better than being in a cinema or watching a film. I think it’s just a while magical… it almost feels like you’re at a big party in India, where you’re singing, you’re dancing, you’re laughing, you’re crying, you feel like you’re at a wedding because our films invariably cover all emotions.
  • What an electric thrill it sends up and down the spine, how it sets the heart racing: A Royal Romance! A Royal Wedding! The pomp and the pageantry!
  • I think the biggest thing that I have to do is to remind people that poetry is there for us to turn to not only to remind us that we’re not alone – for example, if we are grieving the loss of someone – but also to help us celebrate our joys. That’s why so many people I know who’ve gotten married will have a poem read at the wedding.
  • That to me was the most poignant part of Diana’s wedding; as she was walking up the aisle and her eyes were going left to right, looking at people and smiling in the way that Diana did – and that diamond tiara glittering like mad. It was great.
  • Where does it stop? You get offered money for your wedding, then for your kids, new houses, holidays… We earn enough from football and sponsorships, why do you need any more?
  • Do I believe in coupling? Do I believe in commitment? Do I believe in co-parenting, raising children together, having a family, and growing old with someone? I absolutely believe in all of those things. I just don’t believe that you need to be married to do that. I love going to weddings, though. I do love a good wedding.
  • I love dress shopping, and I love talking about the wedding food. That’s what makes me happy. If you tell me to do a guest list, I cry. I hate it.
  • My problem with the wedding industry started when I studied in college and liked to have the television on in the background, and ‘A Wedding Story’ on TLC always came on, and I’d get irritated that the story of two people making a lifelong commitment to each other could be encapsulated in a half-hour show about the party they throw.
  • It gave me a lot of pleasure and prides that 90 percent of the crew for ‘Monsoon Wedding,’ and most of my film, is women. We get the work done, you know, much lesser play of ego… And I really believe in harmony, I believe in working in a spirit of agelessness and that the film is bigger than all of us.
  • The wedding took place in Vermont, where they have legalized gay civil unions, and I married a woman.
  • I’ve been married before, but I’ve never had my dream wedding in Vegas. I wanted to do it there because it’s casual, quick, not religious and, most of all, very romantic.
  • I only did karaoke once in my life. It was with Courtney Love and it was a total disaster. She pulled me on stage in front of 500 people at a wedding. I’d never done karaoke before.
  • I hope that when I’m 80 years old, people will still be talking about my wedding.
  • Well, I’ll tell you something; this wedding is something that I will always, always cherish. It was a show of love and support and kindness like I’d never seen from the people, and that’s who I entertain. I entertain the people.
  • People ask if my parents are hippies, but they’re actually very conservative. A girl called Rebel sang at their wedding, and that’s where my name came from.
  • I think my first experience of art, or the joy in making art, was playing the horn at some high-school dance or bar mitzvah or wedding, looking at a roomful of people moving their bodies around in time to what I was doing. There was a piano player, a bass player, a drummer, and my breath making the melody.

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