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Do You Know How Do I Choose The Right Reading For My Wedding?

No wonder she’s constantly asked
by friends where to find ceremony readings.Brides chief sub and production editor Emma Byrne is a
wordsmith with an English degree.  She says:

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First things first: before you start flicking through your
favourite book or googling ‘love poems to make them cry’, make sure
you know what kind of ceremony you’re having and whether there are
any limitations to the kind of reading you’re allowed.

For example, in civil ceremonies your reading can contain no
religious or spiritual references and your chosen passage must have
been approved by your registrar beforehand.

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Now the good news – anything goes! Don’t just search among the
obvious; Shakespeare’s sonnets
and 1 Corinthians 13:3 are beautiful, but chances
are you’ve heard them at every other wedding you’ve been
to.

Your favourite novel, song, or even film script, can prove
the perfect inspiration for a reading that talks about you as a
couple.

HOW TO PLAN A
WEDDING

And remember: a poem that speaks about the madness of first-love
might not be altogether relevant to you if you’ve been together for
eight years before tying the knot…