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- A thing of beauty is a joy for ever:
Its loveliness increases; it will never
Pass into nothingness; but still will keep
A bower quiet for us, and a sleep
Full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing.
- Young and tender hearts,
Filled with hopes and dreams,
Of building up a future,
Together as a team,
Always look to God,
For He holds you both,
Faith is ur foundation,
With love, peace and hope.
- The time of preparation
For the day that is to come
Is often filled with rushing
To get everything done
But take some time out
From all the fuss and bother
To focus on God
And your love for each other.
- A future filled with happiness,
A special wish for u,
Days filled with joy & happiness,
And all ur dreams come true,
To a very special couple,
Who make a perfect pair,
This brings a wish for happiness,
In the future u will share..
- A fairytale has just begun in the most perfect way,
Down on one knee a ring was given, “YES” did the lady say,
But this is not a dream you’re in, this is love that’s true,
Now all await with eagerness the day you’ll say “I do!”
- A group umbrella photo scene
For the wedding on the green
Flowers, fragrant on the breeze
Adorn the bushes and the trees
On such a lovely day as this
Shall not the groom bestow his kiss
- A future filled with happiness
A special wish for you
Days filled with joy and happiness
And all your dreams come true
- Once upon a time you met,
shared much love & laughter,
May ur Engagement continue the fairy tale,
Happy Ever After…
- Engagements are by nature temporary,
A passageway to fields in which we’ll grow.
But I have found this year of passage very
Much like the wedded world we soon will know.
There is a permanence in our relation
Drawn not from law or custom but from love.
This year has built a broad and firm foundation
That no hard rain will easily remove.
- Maybe ’twas the scent of the flowers,
That heavy with fragrance bloomed near,
But I didn’t feel natural for hours;
It was odd now, wasn’t it, dear?
Write soon to your fortunate Clara
Who has carried the prize away,
And say you’ll come on when I marry;
I think it will happen in May.