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September 07, 2019 Anniversary Wishes For Parents 5 comments

All newly wed couples need a little bit of advice so send them on their way to married bliss with some sensible and not so sensible words of wisdom for your best man speeches. (Groom), you will be given loads of advice from the married men here today, so let me give you mine.

Wedding Advice Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old wedding advice quotes, wedding advice sayings, and wedding advice proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.

Marriage is like a golden ring in a chain, whose beginning is a glance and whose ending is eternity.

Khalil Gibran

Love is a vessel that contains both security and adventure, and commitment offers one of the great luxuries of life: time. Marriage is not the end of romance, it is the beginning.     

Esther Perel

A strong marriage is one in which both people understand that the other person needs to have outside interests and activities which help them to feel happy and fulfilled. A strong marriage is one where both people understand that it is more important to be happy than it is to be right.

Joe Amoia

In every marriage more than a week old, there are grounds for divorce. The trick is to find, and continue to find, grounds for marriage.

Robert Anderson

Ultimately the bond of all companionship, whether in marriage or in friendship, is conversation.     

Oscar Wilde

Every marriage tends to consist of an aristocrat and a peasant. Of a teacher and a learner.

John Updike

Do everything you can to support your partner's well-being, and respect your partner as you would your best friend.

John Gerson

When you give each other everything, it becomes an even trade. Each wins all.     

Lois McMaster Bujold

Marriage is like putting your hand into a bag of snakes in the hope of pulling out an eel.

Leonardo da Vinci

Marriage is not about age; it's about finding the right person.

Sophia Bush

Marriage is the highest state of friendship. If happy, it lessens our cares by dividing them, at the same time that it doubles our pleasures by mutual participation.     

Samuel Richardson

Marriage is for the mature, not the infantile. The fusion of two different personalities requires emotional balance and control on the part of each person.     

Archie Lee

A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.

Mignon McLaughlin

Compatibility doesn't determine the fate of a marriage, how you deal with the incompatibilities, does.     

Abhijit Naskar

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What to Say in a Father of the Groom Speech: Structure and Ideas

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Advice to the groom

At the end of a best man speech it is quite common to give the groom a bit of advice as he embarks on this new chapter in his life. We’ve picked out a few examples to tickle your fancy.


Before I finish, I would like to give Al some advice on what people thought were the ingredients to a long and happy marriage so here are a few.


Remember men are like tiled floors. Lay them right first time and you can spend years walking all over them.


Marc: Firstly set the ground rules and establish whose boss. Then do everything Helen says.


There is also a card from those guys from the Avon Packet Cricket club. It says, ‘Jason was useless in all positions but we hope Christine has more luck with him later’ not sure what that means but anyway…


Congratulations on your special day Alex we will miss u All the girls from the fantasy lounge XX


Always remember to tell your wife those three important little words [pause] ‘You’re right dear’.


A happy marriage is a matter of give and take the husband gives and the wife takes.


Remember the 5 rings the engagement ring, the wedding ring, the suffering, the torturing and the enduring


Don’t forget Andrew if u buy her flowers, she knows your guilty, and she will remember to the second the last time you bought her some … and the reason why!


Whenever you’re wrong, be a man and admit it. Whenever you’re right, just “SAY nothing!” As they say a man who gives in when he is wrong is a wise man. A man who gives in when he is right is married


Someone once said that marriage is a 50/50 partnership, but anyone who believes that clearly knows nothing about women or fractions!


Never be complacent, always keep an eye out for those little tell tale signs in your relationship……….like if you see that the milkman’s wearing your socks …Or the postman starts calling round on a Sunday.


Emma you must remember, men are like fine wines, they start out as grapes and it is your job to stamp on them until they mature into something that you would like to have after dinner. By coincidence, women too are like a fine wine…They start out fresh, fruity and intoxicating to the mind…And then they turn full bodied with age, and eventually give you a splitting headache!


The 5 key tips to a successful marriage.
A man who will treat you right and always stand by your side
A man who will shower you with gifts and compliments
A man who will comfort you in times of trouble.
A man who will please you and grant your every request.
and most importantly

Ensure that each man does not know the other ones names.

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Bride and Groom Advice Box

words of wisdom for groom

How in the world do we prepare for marriage? It’s like trying to prepare for an earthquake or tornado– really quite impossible. You really can’t fathom what it’s like until you are smackdab in the middle of it. That’s really why is it so incredibly scary. Well, that, along with the fact that, as Christians, we know it is for good. It’s permanent. There’s no going back. So it’s not like we can change our minds next year if we don’t get along.

As we head into wedding season, I thought I’d share what I wrote when my oldest daughter and son-in-law got married. Maybe someone else will appreciate it.


As I was thinking a bit about this, I thought I would just share a few things that have helped your dad and I along the way. Stuff we learned early on and stuff we learned later but wished we would have learned early on (these are in no particular order)–

1. Worry most about the opinions of God and your spouse. You will get so much advice in life. People telling you how to live, what to buy, how to raise your kids. When it comes right down to it, only what God and your spouse think matters. Don’t let your decisions be dictated by your parents (yes, that means me, too!), your siblings, your friends, or your church. Consider wise counsel, study what God’s Word says about the issue, and then come to a mutual decision.

2. Remember that God has designed the man to be the spiritual head of the home. (Ephesians 5:22-25). Oh, how we women get so uptight about these verses, but if the husband loves his wife as Christ loved the church, then it is a joy to submit to him. Of course, this is in a perfect world, right? Which is where we don’t live. But we need to keep working at it. This is so important because, when you come to an impasse (which you inevitably will) someone needs to make the final decision. God has designed it to be the man.

3.Don’t sweat the small stuff. Before you get too far into an argument, ask yourself if this really matters. So many times your dad and I would fight over the dumbest stuff. Does it really matter where we go to eat or what color we paint the room? Sure, some of these little things add up (like being consistently late, etc) and need to be worked out, but let the little stuff go. (I can almost hear you, Jess, telling me that I have not been a very good example in this area, and you would be so right–I am still working very hard on this one).

4.Apologize sincerely. If you mess up, admit it, without excuses.

5.Accept apologies whole-heartedly. Don’t stiffen your back and refuse to forgive. Nothing good comes from that.

6. Talk openly about everything. No conversation should be off-limits– from what happened at work today to discussions on your sexual relationship to how you feel about everything from your parents to theology. Talk about everything. Communication is so very important in moving a marriage from a simple partnership to a deep and abiding friendship.

7.Keep family relationships as a priority. We have learned that friends come and go, but family is forever.

8. Keep God at the center of your relationship. Pray and study the Word together. Have discussions about spiritual things. Find a good solid church and be committed so that you are regularly fed good spiritual food.

9. Be genuinely interested when you listen to each other. We all love to talk about our hobbies and interests. You will deepen your relationship considerably if you are an active listener.

10. Please don’t let us (your parents) ever come between the two of you. It is so much more important to Dad and I that you honor God and each other, than that you do what we want you to do. If we get intrusive without realizing it, please tell us. We are here to support you and offer advice, but only if and when you want it.

11. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. If you are struggling, don’t be embarrassed or too proud to ask for help from us or another godly person that you trust. Sometimes you need some help and that’s okay!

12. And, finally, and really probably most importantly, remember that all marriages go through stages. You will have days –maybe sometimes even longer–where you don’t even really like each other. You will wonder how you can possibly live with this person for the rest of your life. But hang in there, because the good times will come again! Don’t give up. Obey God’s Word by choosing to love even when you don’t feel like it and then wait, because the feelings will return.

I am so very excited for you both! It is made so much more exciting by the fact that I can see God’s hand so clearly at work in how He brought you together and how perfect you are for each other. We are looking forward to having another son and watching the two of you live your lives together for God’s honor and glory.

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Our Stephen is getting married this weekend and, as father of the groom, I'm I assume Gorby can make Raisa giggle with just the right word, and Maggie.

My Best Advice for the Bride and Groom

words of wisdom for groom

A wedding day letter to the bride and groom is something many parents feel obligated to write. This is a time when many parents feel their child has embarked upon a journey that will change their lives forever - perhaps even more so than other significant life events. During this time, it is normal for parents to reflect upon their children's lives and want to express not only sentimental remembrances, but their hopes and dreams for the couple in the future. A beautifully composed letter is sure to be a cherished memento from the wedding and perhaps even passed from generation to generation, becoming a family wedding tradition for years to come.

Compose a Wedding Day Letter to the Bride and Groom

A letter to the bride and groom on their wedding day is a wonderful way to let your child know how you feel and welcome his or her new spouse into your family. Remember that a letter to the couple is to both of them, not just your child. Include thoughts and feelings about the spouse and the two as a new family. If you want to write something for your child alone, consider writing a special letter or poem to the bride or to the groom.

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Most letters to the soon-to-be married couple have similar features, written for the specific people. Write a letter that includes many of the following points, and your new in-law and child will feel privileged to have you as a parent.


One of the first things many parents write in a letter is words of congratulations for the wedding. This is usually a heartfelt welcome to the new spouse and words that express the parents' happiness for the union of their child to his or her spouse.

Pride in Accomplishments

Fathers and mothers of the bride and groom often want to include a small section that has moments of remembrance of accomplishments from their child's youth and adulthood. This section is often sentimental and aimed towards either the bride or groom. However, parents can easily conclude this section by bringing up favorable traits, characteristics and personal achievements of their child's spouse, too. This way, both the bride and groom know they have made their parents proud.

Words of Wisdom

Plenty of people will have wisdom to pass onto the couple on the wedding day. Plan to include several words of wisdom in the wedding day letter to the bride and groom. Let them know that no matter what happens on their wedding day or in their future lives together, the important thing is that they will be married and face challenges as a partnership. Include any additional insights into the actual wedding day in this portion of the letter.

Advice for the Newlyweds

Towards the end of the letter, it is common to give marriage advice to the couple. This advice for newlyweds is usually based upon your own experiences, good or bad. The advice can be touching or tongue-in-cheek, depending on your personality and that of the couple. Write optimistically in this section, even if you choose to discuss difficulties in life. The road ahead of the couple is full of potential and you want to reflect it in this portion of the letter.

Conclude the Letter

End the letter by wrapping up all of your thoughts. When you write the first draft or outline of the wedding day letter to the bride and groom, you may find yourself coming back to a particular theme. Repeat this theme, mantra or words to live by in the end, along with additional congratulations and words of love.

Brides and grooms are often incredibly busy working towards their wedding day and the life afterward. Parents can offer some congratulations and words of wisdom to the couple on their wedding day by composing a letter that speaks from their heart about the new journey the couple is about to embark upon together.

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Check out our father of the groom speech examples. Do you have any words of wisdom or advice for your son and your daughter-in-law?.

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