Integrate your Irish heritage into your wedding day, whether it's in Ireland or not.
Irish writers and poets are amongst some of the greatest there ever was, so including some quotes and poetry into the lines of your wedding vows can be the perfect touch of Irish charm you need for your wedding vows.
“The aim of love is to love, no more, no less” - Oscar Wilde
“The consciousness of loving and being loved brings warmth and richness to life that nothing else can bring” - Oscar Wilde
“I would take the world, and break it into pieces in my hands, to see you smile watching it crumble away” - William Butler Yeats
“Hearts are not to be had as a gift, hearts have to be earned” – William Butler Yeats
“First we feel, then we fall” – James Joyce
“Never love anyone who treats you like you’re ordinary” – Oscar Wilde
“Love will heal what language fails to know” – Eavan Boland
“The thing about love is that we come alive in bodies not our own” – Colum McCann
“The most important things to do in the world are to get something to eat drink and someone to love you” – Brendan Behan
“If you do not love me, I shall not be loved, If I do not love you, I shall not love” – Samuel Beckett
Something as Gaeilge
“Níl leighas ar an ngrá ach pósadh” – There is no cure for love other than marriage.
“Mo chuid den tsaol” – You are my everything.
“Capall an tsaoil an grá” – Love makes the world go around.
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