Romantic Wedding Readings!

June 9, 2013

Choosing a romantic reading for your wedding is one of the most exciting parts to planning your special day.  It’s also one of the more memorable moments at any wedding ceremony for both yourselves, as the bridal couple, as well as for all your wedding guests.

In the past, wedding readings were typically selected from poems, religious passages or other traditional literature.  Over recent years, a new type of genre for wedding readings has become increasingly popular among many quirky bridal couples; reading extracts from children’s books.  Many of today’s fun-loving couples prefer this choice over the more traditional or religious readings, when looking for something that reflects their playful spirit.

Cute, deeply sentimental and oh-so-romantic wedding readings from children’s books allow you and your partner to highlight your fun whimsical and quirky side.  One of the many reasons these readings are so popular today, is due to their light heartedness.  So, if you are looking for creative ways to show off who you truly are as a couple, then a reading from a children’s book is the perfect way to do this!

Below we’ve compiled a melt-in-your-mouth list of 15 romantic wedding readings for the young at heart; our favorite extracts from children’s books of all genres.  We think they’re just perfect readings for a quirky, fun couple who like to reveal a bit of personality during their wedding ceremony and, at the same time, show off their sweet romantic side.

Here they are… ENJOY!

■The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams

■I Like You by Sandol Stoddard Warburg

■Oh The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss

■The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint Exupery

■The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear

■Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

■Us Two by A.A Milne

■A Lovely Love Story by Edward Monkton

■The Battle of Chiriguaná of Louis de Bernières

■Mira and the Secret of Happiness

■The Magic Well

■Snow White and Rose Red

■Poodle and Hound by Kathryn Lasky

■You Can Be Anything by Gary Craig

What do you think?  Are these readings for you?  Or do you think you will take a more traditional approach?  No matter which route you choose, make sure it’s reflective of YOU!  After all, there is no right or wrong answer when it comes to choosing the readings for YOUR wedding!  Have fun with it!  Make your readings reflective of your styles and your personalities; after all, your wedding day is all about YOU!  Cheers!