Thank You for Coming Wedding Poems from the Bride and Groom

Amy Finley
Woman writing on Thank You card

Use thank you for coming wedding poems from the bride and groom as a cute way to let your guests know how much they mean to you. Writing traditional heartfelt thank you cards is hard for many couples, so using a poem is a great way to change up this necessary but often difficult task.

Ways to Say Thank You in Poetry

You want your guests to know you appreciate their attendance at your wedding. Instead of just writing a little sentence at the bottom of your wedding program, you can use a poem to express your gratitude. Couples with a religious background may want to incorporate their faith into the poem, while couples with a comical streak may want to infuse some humor into their verse. However you choose to write the poem, be sure it reflects your sincere appreciation to everyone for their attendance at your wedding.

Thank You for Attending Our Wedding

Thanks for sharing our wedding day.
Though we wish you all could stay,
We hope you go happily on your way.
Our dear friends as you depart,
We hope we have done our part
In sharing what we feel in our heart.
By Amy Hoover

Blessed Day With Friends and Family

Thank you tag on wedding favor

Sara and Joe would like to say
Thanks for sharing our special day.
Friends and family share our love
That has been blessed by God above.
Please know that as you depart
A special place you hold in our heart.
By Amy Hoover

Thank You From Our Hearts

Thank you all from the bottom of our heart.
We are so happy to say
That you have had a part
In our special wedding day.
The bells have rung;
Vows have been read.
The choir has sung;
The "I do's" have been said;
Our life together has begun.
By Amy Hoover

Thank You From the Bride and Groom

We are so grateful that you've been a part
Of the greatest day in joining our hearts.
We appreciate your love and warm wishes,
Thoughts and prayers as we became Mr. and Mrs.
No matter where our journey goes,
We'll never forget what your being here shows.
Your support and sharing in our special day
Will forever stay with us as we go on our way.
By Amy Finley

Lucky to Have Friends and Family Like You

We may not agree on everything,
But of one thing we can be sure,
You're being here to see the ring,
hear the vows (and eat the cake!)
Means the world to us.
We wouldn't be where we are today,
Without your love and support.
We thank you in many ways,
You're all the jolliest sort!
We're lucky to be surrounded
By caring friends, and family too,
Your wisdom will keep us grounded
As our journey goes from one to two!
By Amy Finley

Dearest Guests

From the walk down the aisle
To the vows and the kiss
To our perfect day
You've all been a witness.
Dearest guests, we thank you
For coming here today
We're blessed by your presence
In every single way.

Our Love Always,
The New Mr. and Mrs.
By Amy Finley

When the Day Is Over

When this day is over,
The flowers will be gone,
The cake eaten,
The music silenced,
But what remains is our true love
and the knowledge
That you were in attendance
To share the most precious day of our lives.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts
For coming to our wedding.
By Amy Finley

Just to Say Thank You…

Just a simple note to say,
Thanks for sharing our wedding day.
It means so much to both our hearts,
You were here to see our new lives start.
By Amy Finley

Thank You (Acrostic)

Thank you!
Having you here
Always will be remembered.
Now and forever.
Know your attendance means so much.

Your support and love
Only makes this day more special.
Upon starting our new lives, we thank you.
By Amy Finley

When to Say Thanks

While no thank you ever goes unappreciated, there are times where a poem fits best. For example, a generic poem in a thank you card for gifts after the wedding can be considered impersonal. But using one as part of a wedding favor tag will make your guests smile, and you do not have to worry about being impersonal. Since wedding thank you poems for favors work especially well, you may want to consider a short poem that works with your homemade favors or favor theme.

Other times to use a wedding or marriage poem include:

  • At the rehearsal dinner
  • The back of the wedding program
  • In a toast at the wedding reception
  • On a sign near the venue exit
  • On the back of the wedding program

If you choose to write a poem in your thank you notes, be sure to include a personal message to the guests telling them how much you enjoyed their presence at the wedding and thanking them for any help or gift they may have given. You could also use the poems above as inspiration to create your own original wedding thank you messages from bride and groom.

Heartfelt Thanks From Brides and Grooms

Thank you poems from the bride and groom can be a beautiful way to thank guests for their presence on your special day. From whimsical limericks to heartfelt, romantic verses, there is a poem out there to express every type of gratitude, thanks, and appreciation.

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Thank You for Coming Wedding Poems from the Bride and Groom