quote by Kiersten White

And I’d choose you; in a hundred lifetimes, in a hundred worlds, in any version of reality, I’d find you and I’d choose you.

— Kiersten White

Craziest Wedding Vow quotations

I love you for the part of me that you bring out.


Wedding vow quote Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it. And if I was a bird I would fly
Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it. And if I was a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.

She wasn't doing a thing that I could see, except standing there leaning on the balcony railing, holding the universe together.

Never is true love blind, but rather brings an added light.

The secret to having a good marriage is to understand that marriage must be total, it must be permanent, and it must be equal.

I love thee, I love but thee, With a love that shall not die.


a good marriage is that in which each appoints the other guardian of his solitude

If ever two were one, then surely we. If ever man were loved by wife, then thee.

The free exchange of consent properly witnessed by the Church establishes the marriage bond. Sexual union consummates it - seals it, completes it, perfects it. Sexual union, then, is where the words of the wedding vows become flesh.

I love thee, I love thee with a love that shall not die.

Till the sun grows cold and the stars grow old.

I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold or all the riches that the East doth hold.


That love is all there is, Is all we know of love.

And if God choose I shall but love thee better after death.

They slipped briskly into an intimacy from which they never recovered.

Well, I can't describe her exactly-except to say that she was beautiful. She was-tremendously alive.

Love is a temporary madness. It erupts like an earthquake and then subsides.


I want all of you, forever, you and me, everyday

There will always be people who will accept you for what you are!

Understand, I'll slip quietly away from the noisy crowd when I see the pale stars rising, blooming, over the oaks. I'll pursue solitary pathways through the pale twilit meadows with only this one dream: You come too.

Indeed, baptism is a vow, a sacred vow of the believer to follow Christ.

Just as a wedding celebrates the fusion of two hearts, baptism celebrates the union of sinner with Savior.

I love thee freely, as men strive for right.

I love thee purely, as they turn from praise. I love thee with the passion put to use


I love thee to the level of everyday's most quiet need, by sun and candle light.

..I love thee with the breath,smiles,t ears,of all my life.

It was just enough to sit there without words.

The world is a glorious place, and filled with so many unexpected moments that I'd get lumps in my throat, as though I were watching a bride walk down the aisle - moments as eternal and full of love as the lifting of veils, the saying of vows and the moment of the first wedded kiss.

I don't want learning, or dignity, or respectability.

I want this music, and this dawn, and the warmth of your cheek against mine.

If ever wife was happy in a man, compare with me, ye women if you can.


Now you will feel no rain, for each of you will be shelter for the other.

Now you will feel no cold, for each of you will be warmth for the other. Now there will be no loneliness, for each of you will be companion to the other. Now you are two persons, but there are three lives before you: His life, Her Life, and Your life together.

When I did get married, and specifically after I got married and the New York Times style section featured my wedding in the vows column, which is really traditionally kind of seen as an elitist column, and it is, but I was happy to be in it. I thought it was good that they were covering a feminist wedding.

A wedding was a strange ceremony, she thought, with all those formal words, those solemn vows made by one to another; whereas the real question that should be put to the two people involved was a very simple one. Are you happy with each other? was the only question that should be asked; to which they both should reply, preferably in unison, Yes.

To make a vow for life is to make oneself a slave.

Instead of reading vows at the wedding ceremony, they read hacked Sony emails.


If you exchanged wedding vows, tape them to your bathroom mirror and read them aloud to yourself every morning along with the ritual brushing of teeth. It's not realistic to believe that you will live your promises as a daily practice -- unless you're a saint or a highly evolved Zen Buddhist. Not where marriage is concerned. But you can make a practice of returning to your vows when the going gets rough.

As I grew up and began identifying myself as a feminist, there were plenty of issues that continued to make me question marriage: the father "giving" the bride away, women taking their husband's last name, the white dress, the vows promising to "obey" the groom. And that only covers the wedding.

Proper wedding vows are more a promise of mutually binding future love than a declaration of your present love.

The wedding vows are a license to be a complete jerk, with full knowledge that the person you married has agreed, no matter how large a horse's ass you are, to stay by your side until death. A fool could tell you this is a bad deal.