You want a wedding poem you involve in being perfect, you want to give your daughter a surprise in her wedding day, you want your wife happy when 2 of you stand at a church and exchanging vows. Then you‘d better collect or write a poem for them, so as the wedding day will become very special.
Poetry is an essential part of the wedding ceremony. Wedding poems can be short or long, light or serious, but the thing is the receiver always loves it, so reading poems during a wedding can enhance the beauty of the event.
There are many other places where these wedding related poems can be used, for example cards, invitations, as wedding favor poems, gifts, You can use them in toasts and speeches as well.
If you write your own poem, don’t mind it is perfect or not, you just show your congratulation, your enthusiasm, send the entire wish you have. The receiver will surely appreciate your kindness, thus hardly anyone can say no to such sincere gift
There are many way to read a poem in a wedding:
All members in family write a poem together and one person will read it in wedding day like a gift. If some people not have good skills in writing poem, they can ask for professional wedding poet, and one family member will read it in the wedding.
A father won’t sleep the day before his daughter leave his house to get marries, because he will be busy writing a poem for his daughter and hope that she never forget him.
A from-a-best-friend-to-best-friend poem will give infinitive happiness to one wedding day.
It is very romantic if the husband writes a poem and read during his wedding and let his wife know how much he love her.
And it is ok if the bride’s ex boyfriend read a beautiful poem in her wedding, hopping she will be happy.
How to read poems in the wedding:
Step 1:Select the most appropriate poem from some famous poets or you may make your own poem.
It's all I have to bring to-day
~ Emily Dickinson
It's all I have to bring to-day,
This, and my heart beside,
This, and my heart, and all the fields,
And all the meadows wide.
Be sure you count, should I forget, --
Someone the sum could tell, --
This, and my heart, and all the bees
Which in the clover dwell.
Step2: Time and place: Your poem can highlight the reception as a toast to the bride, groom, or their families. It can serve as an added personal touch between the bride and groom when exchanging vows so choose the best time and place to read your poem is very important.
Step 3: Read it with all your heart. Good luck