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Wedding quotes

Before you get married, keep both eyes open, but close one afterwards.
From Jamaica

Lovely in the brides' curls / the virginal wreath plays / when the bright church bells / invite you to the feast's shine / Oh! The most beautiful celebration of life / ends also the May of life, / with the belt, with the veil / the beautiful delusion tears in two.
Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805), German poet

Wedding - a landing that looks like a takeoff.
Paul Hubschmid (* 1918), Swiss. actor

It is and always remains advisable / For a young woman / To choose a man / And possibly to marry.
Wilhelm Busch (1832-1908), German writer, painter and draftsman

Because where the strict and the delicate, where the strong and the mild are paired, there is a good sound. Therefore check whoever binds himself forever, whether the heart finds itself to the heart. The madness is short, the regret is long.
Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805), German poet

You don't marry someone of flesh and blood, but the idea you have of him; one marries images and illusions. The exciting adventure of marriage is finding out who the partner really is.
James L. Framo

With a woman you love, enjoy life all the days of your life that he gave you under the sun.
Old testament

As recently as the late 1970s, NASA did not allow bachelors into space. Husbands were only taken because they were trusted to be more balanced.
Author unknown

Do you know where the love between man and woman actually comes from, the longing for the other? You will surely have your own explanation, but I will tell you now where it really comes from. Plato, the great Greek philosopher, informed us about it: Originally there were only people who were man and woman at the same time, beings with four arms and four legs - but unfortunately very cheeky. "They wanted to go high and attacked the gods," says Plato. The gods did not put up with that, of course, and Zeus decided - I quote - "to cut people in half, as one cuts pears for canning ..." Now that the original being had been cut in two, each half went longingly in search of the other. They wrapped their arms around each other, intertwined with one another in the desire to grow together ... Since then, love for one another has been implanted in people, it leads back to the primordial being, it wants to make one out of two and heal human nature. So each of us is a fragment of a human. Everyone is forever looking for their counterpart ...
Friedhelm Franken (* 1943), German journalist and publicist

"Mom, why does a bride wear a white dress at the wedding?" - "White is the color of joy!" - "And why is the groom wearing a black suit?"
Author unknown

"Why did you marry your husband?" asked the neighborhood gossip. "Everyone can see that you are very different." - "It is once again the old story of the opposites that attract each other," explained the woman. "I was pregnant and he wasn't."
Parts Pups, USA

The married man comes to the priest on Friday and orders the wedding for Monday. "It can't be done that quickly," objected the pastor. "Do what you want!" replies the impatient. "I'll start on Monday."
Author unknown

It takes a mother twenty years to turn her boy into a man and another woman takes twenty minutes to turn him into a fool.
Robert Lee Frost (1874-1963), Americ. Lyric poet

Honeymoon - the first attempt to escape the marriage reality.
August Strindberg (1849-1912), Swedish poet

I was the goldsmith of my chains!
Paul Valéry (1871-1945), French poet

In a Berlin church there is a picture of the crucifixion above the altar, and beneath it are the words: "Father, forgive them because they do not know what they are doing." At weddings, however, the sexton usually conceals this saying with bouquets of flowers.
Author unknown

Someone asked Socrates whether or not to get married. "Whatever you do," replied the philosopher, "you will regret it."
Author unknown

If you want to trade the admiration of numerous men for the criticism of a single one, get married.
Katharine Hepburn (* 1909), Americ. actress

Love, what a lovely haze! But in marriage, there is the art.
Theodor Storm (1817-88), German writer

The common happiness of two people is nothing more than two small lines carved next to each other into infinity.
Robert Musil (1880-1942), oestr. Narrator, playwright and essayist

The yoke of marriage is so heavy that it takes two people to carry it - sometimes three.
Alexandre Dumas, the Elder (1802-70), French novelist and theater writer

My home is my wife. I want to be where she lives.
Peter Alexander (* 1926), oestr. Actors, singers and entertainers

Without my wife, marriage would be unbearable.
Don Herold (1889-1966), Americ. writer

Only the man who understands every word that his wife has not said is really married.
Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980), British-American Film director and author

As far as the earth can be heaven, so is it in a happy marriage.
Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach (1830-1916), östr. Writer

Anyone who tells their wife everything is only married at a young age.
From Scotland

How do you actually manage to be married for forty years? That, it seems, is more of a miracle than the division of the Red Sea, although my father, in his naivety, considers this to be the more important achievement.
Woody Allen (* 1935), eigtl. Allen Stewart Konigsberg, americ. Director, actor, gag writer and writer

If one is wise, two are happy.
German proverb

Perfect Wife = One who knows that no man is perfect.
Author unknown

It goes without saying that two people, the bride and her mother, are required for marriage to come about.
Joey Adams

Married couples who love each other say a thousand things without speaking.
From China

It is not the lack of love but the lack of friendship that makes marriages unhappy.
Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900), German philosopher

It is the secret of a good marriage that a series performance is always given a premiere atmosphere.
Max Ophüls (1902-57), real Max Oppenheimer, French director of German origin

It is the goal of every woman to make the man what he claimed to be before the wedding.
Micheline Presle (* 1922), French actress

If you are married you have to quarrel every now and then, otherwise you won't find out anything about each other!
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), German poet

Again and again I am asked about the recipe for my long and happy marriage. Well, my wife and I go out twice a week. A relaxing dinner by candlelight and romantic music, a few laps on the dance floor. She goes Tuesday, I go on Friday.
Henny Youngman

Heaven and earth come together in a good marriage.
From Brasil

Every woman who enters into marriage continues to create the man where God left off.
Lin Yu-tang (1895-1976), Chinese writer

You're happily married if you'd rather come home than leave.
Heinz Rühmann (1902-94), German actor and director

Two people make a covenant against the world and then mistakenly mistake this égoisme à deux (egoism for two) for love and familiarity.
Erich Fromm (1900-80), Americ. Psychoanalyst of German origin

One should not believe that marriage is easier than celibacy.
Joseph Ratzinger (* 1927), German Catholic. Theologian, 1977-82 Archbishop v. Munich and Freising, see 1981 Prefect d. Roman Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith

My greatest achievement was that I knew how to convince my wife to marry me. It would have been impossible for me to get through everything I went through without their courage and without their help. The most joyful experience of my life was my marriage.
Winston Spencer Churchill (1874-1965) British statesman; 1940-45 and 1951-55 Premier, 1953 Nobelpr. f. Lit.

Can you have confidence in a woman who takes you as a husband?
Curt Goetz (1888-1960), German actor and writer

It does not occur to anyone to ask of an individual that he is happy - but if someone marries, one is very astonished if he is not!
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926), oestr. poet

A good marriage is an interview that never ends.
Gregory Peck (* 1916), Americ. actor

Remember that a good marriage depends on two things: first, finding the right person, and second, being the right person.
Jackson H. Brown

Because I married you to love you in God and according to the needs of my heart, and to have a place for my heart in the strange world.
Otto von Bismarck (1815-98), Prussian-German Statesman, founder d. German Empire and its first Chancellor from 1871-90

The only line of business in which the majority of senior positions are held by women is marriage.
Robert Lembke (1913-89), German television presenter and journalist, 1949-60 editor-in-chief and television director. Bayer. broadcast

Marriage works best when both partners stay a little unmarried.
Claudia Cardinale (* 1939), Italian film actress

Marriage is a science.
Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850), French novelist

Marriage - the mutual tenderness of two whetstones.
John Osborne (1929-94), British playwright and film producer

Marriage - the most important journey of discovery that a person can go on.
Sören Kierkegaard (1813-55), Danish. Theologian and philosopher

Marriage - the union of two people, one of whom can never remember birthdays and the other never forgets them.
Ogden Nash (1902-71), American Writer and journalist ("New Yorker")

Marriage - a just institution: the woman must cook the food every day and the man must eat it every day.
Alberto Sordi (* 1920), Italian film comedian

Marriage - a lottery in which men risk their freedom and women risk their luck.
M. Rieux

Marriage - a journey with an unknown destination - the discovery that people not only have to share what they do not know about each other, but also what they do not know about themselves.
Author unknown

Marriage - an attempt to be at least half as happy as a couple as one was alone.
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), Irish writer

Marriage - a contract in which the man gives up half of his food so that she can cook him the other half.
Fred Flintstone, cartoon character

Marriage - too interesting an experiment to try just once.
Rita Hayworth (1918-87), registered Margarita Carmen Cansino, Americ. Dancer and film actress

Marriage - mutual deprivation of liberty by mutual consent.
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), Irish writer

Marriage - the state or mood of a community consisting of a master, a mistress and two slaves, i.e. a total of two people.
Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914), Americ. Writer and journalist

The Secret of a Long Marriage? It's simple: you just have to find the right woman and get old enough.
Gordon A. Craig (* 1914), Americ. historian

In doing so, people made marriage hell for themselves, that they wanted to make it their heaven.
Friedrich Hölderlin (1770-1843), German poet

Marriage is and will remain the most important journey of discovery a person can embark on.
Soren Kierkegaard (1813--1855)

Marriage is a structure that has to be rebuilt every day.
André Maurois (1885-1967)

Love is ideal, marriage is real. And one never confuses one with the other with impunity.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)

Marriage is the beginning and summit of all culture.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)

Sometimes in a marriage you have to quarrel, that's the only way to learn about each other.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)

When we get married, they take on a sealed letter, the contents of which we will only find out when we are on the high seas.
Lilli Palmer (1914-1986)

Rings look lovely today, tomorrow they will be shackles.
Sigismund von Radecki (1891-1970)

The second marriage is the triumph of hope over experience.
Samuel Johnson (1709--1784)

Marriage is when you still love.
Clemens Brentano (1778-1842)

The marriage is worth just as much as the one they get into.
Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)

An ideal wife is any woman who has the ideal husband.
Queen Elizabeth II (born 1926)

A good marriage would be that between a blind woman and a deaf man.
Michel Eyquem de Montaigne (1533 - 1592)

Marriage gives the individual limitation and thereby security to the whole.
Friedrich Hebbel (1813--1863)

There is always a very clever woman behind a long marriage.
Ephraim Kishon (born 1924)

The secret to a happy marriage is to forgive one another for marrying one another.
Sacha Guitry (1885-1957)

Should you get married or not? Do what you want of both and you will surely regret it.
Socrates (470-399 BC)

In marriage, the script and direction are from the man, dialogue and tone from the woman.
Frederico Fellini (1920-1993)

Marriage is the attempt as a couple to cope with problems that one would never have had alone.
Woody Allen (born 1935)

Definitely get married! If you get a good wife, you will be happy. If you get a bad one, you become a philosopher, and that too is useful to a man.
Socrates (470-399 BC)

Getting married is not the happy ending, it's always just the beginning.
Frederico Fellini (1920-1993)

In marriage there is usually always one of the fools, only when two fools get married - that can sometimes go well.
Kurt Tucholsky (1890-1935)

In our monogamous part of the world, getting married means halving one's rights and doubling one's duties.
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)

Men marry because they are tired, women because they are curious; both are disappointed.
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)