A.A. Milne Quotes (Author of Winnie-the-Pooh)
10 Funeral Readings From Winnie the Pooh
We trawled through our archives to find romantic wedding readings and some with some real talk that we hadn't yet featured in our pretty substantial Read more. Be warned: this is one set of love quotes that will conjure ALL your inner kid feels… hardcore. I may have gotten misty just sourcing these bad boys. We can thank A.
I think it's called love. You have to go to them sometimes. We shall get there some day. Not sure how, but it could be. I have my friends. Milne's famous creation Christopher Robin, tells his story in his own words. Christopher recalls the 'enchanted places' he used to play, from The Hundred Acre Wood to Pooh Sticks Bridge, and paints a memorable portrait of his father.
When I began writing this post, the idea was 'ways to include children in your wedding ceremony'. Cute huh? In fact, the deliverance and understanding of these words as read by an adult may even have more gravitas than if they were read by a child. Being for children they all have one thing in common, the simplicity of the message, a message of love. If you fall in love with these passages just as I have but you're not too sure how you coordinate it, why not hire a speech coach to make sure everything runs as lovely as you hoped.
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Choosing the wedding readings for your ceremony is one of the nicest jobs of wedding planning — whatever type of ceremony you are having, there is usually room for a personal reading or two. Some of the choices I think would make excellent wedding readings for little ones to read, but if you go down this route, make sure you have a backup plan in case of stage fright! Which is your favourite? Have we included any of your chosen readings? Who will be reading during your ceremony? Tell us all about it!
Searching for some truly unique wedding readings for your big day? True love comes in many different guises, from the cynical to the intimate and the romantic to the revolutionary. Wedding readings are a case in point. The internet has more love poems that you could shake a diamante-clad veil at, but choosing something that speaks to you is a tough proposition. It also needs to strike the balance of being affectionate and moving without setting your teeth on edge. Some couples prefer to opt for wording that reflects true love - with all its residue difficulties and challenges - rather than revert to an abstract lexicon of hearts, harps and flowers.