I keep noticing that you ask the same types of questions almost every time you post and Hayley is generally the one to answer. Since she seems to have a respiratory of such things, maybe you should try PMing her before flooding the boards with "I need a poem for" xxxx posts.
I thought that was what this board was for??? I thought we were here to help the other brides? I cant help it that Hayley is the one that answers me. And this is only the 2nd time I have posted asking for a poem.
The kissing bells suck. Just saying. I couldn't eat, we had to run across the room mutiple times, by the end of the night we wanted to shove the bells down everybody's throats. In fact, 3 months later, we were on vacation last week and one of my nieces tried to ring the damn bell to get us to kiss and I stole the bell and didn't give it back till we left. LOL
On that note: Uhm ours said our names and date on one side and "Ring the bell as you wish to see the bride and groom give one another a little kiss."
Justine I did google kissing bell poem but didnt find any I liked so I was posting to see if any of the ladies on here were more creative and could help me out. @Tiffany, I was trying to come up with something less annoying but FH really wanted the bells. LOL
Mrs. Gonzales, I appreciate you posting this because I had no clue what kissing bells were! I had seen them but I didnt realize they were actually for anything other then decor. Sorry some have to be rude...Hayley always has awesome poems and such, so anytime time she posts them are very much appreciated by others.
I'd much rather see the boards flooded with useful ceremony info then half the drama crap that floats around anyways.
Same here about the kissing bells, no idea and thankful for the post =) plus I love reading poems even WHEN I'm NOT looking for them, help me befor eI even think I need help =) thanks and happy posting!
Heres a shorter one, "This tiny wedding bell salutes the joyful Bride and Groom, The laughter, love, and happiness that fills this merry room. Ring this bell! The newlyweds are certain not to miss The tinkling sound which signals them: “Kiss, lovers, kiss!”
Also would add, personally I would go with the suggestion of taking lines you like and make your own poem. If you dont want people ringing them just to make you kiss, maybe use just the lines saying ring for happiness or goodluck..or whatever you want them to be rung for