The Best Wedding Readings

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The Best Wedding Readings
Celebrate marriage with the best wedding readings. (Digital Vision./Digital Vision/Getty Images)

The best wedding readings greatly depend on the couple's personal preference and overall desires. Some couples want to focus on religion and read quotes from the Bible or religious poems and others want to share their romance for one another by sharing romantic readings. There are also those who want to share inspirational quotes from famous authors or poets. The best wedding readings are those that reflect the couple's personal relationship and beliefs.

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Religious Readings

Quotes from the Bible and religious passages can offer some of the best wedding readings; especially for those with a strong religious background. For many couples, getting married is not only a commitment to one another, but also to God. Some Bible verses for weddings include 1 Corinthians 7: 1-16, 1 Peter 4:8 and Matthew 7: 24-27.

Romantic Poetry

Love poetry can be some of the best readings for weddings. Some famous poets that have written romantic wedding readings include William Shakespeare, William Butler Yeats, George Eliot and Anne Finch. The poem should represent the commitment and love felt for one another.

Inspirational Quotes

Choosing an inspirational quote to have a minister read can be the perfect start to a new beginning. Couples should choose something that they can both find inspiration in and live by from that day forward. Some great inspirational quotes were written by authors like Robert Browning, Martin Luther and Emily Bronte.

Homemade Readings

Some of the best wedding readings are those that come from the heart. Writing up a homemade poem or speech can be the best reading of the entire wedding ceremony. Everyone loves hearing a personal testimonial from the bride or groom.

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