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Re: Celebrate

Posted by R. Berg on August 22, 2003

In Reply to: The fairest flower of them all posted by Henry on August 22, 2003

: : : : : what I trying to work on is to make this below sentence more creative

: : : : : "They celebrated their wedding on 18th August 2003 at Garden City, INDIA."

: : : : I'll leave the creativity to someone else, but you might like to weave these into it:

: : : : A mail order bride
: : : : A mixed marriage
: : : : Always the bridesmaid never a bride
: : : : An open marriage
: : : : Happy is the bride the sun shines on
: : : : Here comes the bride
: : : : In sickness and in health
: : : : Join in marriage
: : : : Last taste of freedom
: : : : Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage
: : : : Shotgun wedding
: : : : Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
: : : : Stand on ceremony
: : : : Take your hand in marriage
: : : : The blushing bride
: : : : The bride to be
: : : : Tie the knot
: : : : Till death do us part
: : : : To have and to hold
: : : : Two on the aisle
: : : : Wedding tackle

: : : But not ALL of them, please.

: : Love bloomed in Garden City ...

: and she had a face like a rose - well, that's better than rose hips.

A couple doesn't exactly celebrate a wedding (see original query). They have a wedding to solemnize their marriage. They may celebrate afterward, at the reception.