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Reception Wedding Poems

These Reception Wedding poems are examples of Wedding poems about Reception. These are the best examples of Wedding Reception poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Chapter 152 -- DAMIAN DELILAH MALLORY HOLANNYA: pt 4 Almost Time for a Wedding
April 3,  2051

Dolly speculated about home, "the kids."
And decided Skype contact before
The dawn of day. Next day early morning.
Dolly was thinking, "this turned out...

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Categories: wedding, absence, allusion,

Premium Member October Wedding
October brings best wedding time,
When couples heart unite sublime,
Its colorful hues of hills & trees,
Seems like a painting on a piece.

On bright sunny wedding epoch,

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© Jay Narain  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wedding, october,

Split Personality - Duelling Proverbs
Mum said "birds of a feather flock together" 
so I searched for a man who liked similar weather 
until Dad stressed "opposites attract" 
and I...

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© David Kidd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wedding, hilarious, humorous, marriage, relationship,

Premium Member Ode To a Theme Wedding
A couple are wed
At a tiny chapel
On a country road
The guest are waiting 
Outside to congratulate

The guest gather outside
only the wedding party
Are allowed inside
For the...

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Categories: celebration, wedding,

Premium Member Getting Engaged At a Wedding
The Hedgehog wedding was the talk of Dry Gulch Creek.
There were moles, badgers, chipmunks and mice that squeak.
Cheering commenced when the bride bent kissed the...

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Categories: wedding,

The ceremony is over,
The register has been signed:
Two people, very much in love,
Walk slowly down the aisle.
The bride, radiant and happy –
The man she loves...

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Categories: love, marriage, wedding,

Premium Member A Wedding-Multiple Choice Quiz
Weddings most often take place in June because...
a. It's the traditional month 
b. More flowers are in bloom then
c. Mother's coerce their daughters to choose...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, confusion, wedding,

Premium Member Instigator of the Mayhem
beautiful wedding
priest gave a lovely talk
message was “marry someone you are proud of”
Three couples broke up during the reception
Socialized behavior went out the window
Yelling, screaming,...

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Categories: wedding,

Premium Member My Wedding Anniversary Today
We married, on your birthday! 
In San Francisco City Hall. 
There was no family present, 
Just you and I~ that's all! 

We were two very...

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Categories: wedding, anniversary, i miss you,

Premium Member Winter Wonderland Reception
A couple got married in the Winter Wonderland
For the reception they hired a mariachi band
They danced a Spanish jig,
Then left in a borrowed rig
Stiffing the...

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Categories: humor, wedding, winter,

Premium Member Something Old Something New
Written for the contest “SOMETHING OLD SOMETHING NEW.” My original poem was written in 2017 as an epithalamium. The edit for John Lawless’  contest...

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Categories: wedding,

Premium Member Champagne and Caveats
Best man, maid of honor, 
Father of the bride.
Toss the bouquet and the garter, 
Groomsmen on the side.
In-laws, photographers, caterers…
Don’t forget to tip the waiters.

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Categories: truth, wedding,

Premium Member Grandmothers At a Wedding
The bride was sweet, the groom was an unknown entity.
Not old enough to be married, she was barely twenty.

I protested all the way to the...

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Categories: grandmother, wedding,

Premium Member The Bride and Groom Were Giggling
I attended a wedding where the bride and groom were giggling
Everything seemed to be a secret between the two of them.
They looked way too young...

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Categories: wedding,

Premium Member Wedding Anniversary With No You

We married, on your birthday!
In San Francisco City Hall.
There was no family present,
Just you and I~ that's all!

We were two, very young, and 
very much...

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Categories: wedding, anniversary, death, husband, love,