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Wedding Reading Ideas For Your Non Religious Ceremony

When it comes to finding non religious wedding readings, it can be really hard to plough through the cheese, or find something that resonates to both you and your partner. Today we’re sharing some of our favourite, more unusual wedding reading ideas. More and more of you seem to be doing the legal bit in a small and intimate way, then going hell for leather on a humanist ceremony where you can have whatever readings and songs you fancy.

As always, we LOVE to find readings we’ve not come across before, so if you’re having something really different please let us know in the comments box below the post. Although I don’t think anyone will be able to top this wedding where they used the lyrics from ‘Ain’t Nobody’ by Chaka Khan 😉

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Close Close All Night By Elizabeth Bishop

From First Poems By Rainer Maria Rilke

Better Together by Jack Johnson

I Wanna Be Yours by John Copper Clarke

A Vow by Wendy Cope

Bridled Vows by Ian Duhig

God Only Knows by The Beach Boys

Love Sonnet by Pablo Neruda

The Life That I Have by Leo Marks

I'll Be There by Louise Cuddon

Sunscreen by Baz Luhrmann

Your Personal Penguin by Sandra Boynton

Alternative Wedding Readings

And if you’re after more wedding reading inspiration, then do visit this post from our archives which is bursting with even more lovely ideas to make your ceremony special.


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Author: Fern Godfrey
Fern spends most of her time dreaming about weddings and trying to convince her long-suffering boyfriend to propose. Lucky enough to live in sunny Cornwall, if you need her – you’ll find her at beach.

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