Weddings and literature have one thing in common, romance, and it means that literary weddings work really, really well. We’ve covered the topic a few sites at For Reading Addicts and with the wedding season upcoming, we’re at it again.
last year we brought you brilliantly bookish wedding ideas offering a stack of ideas for your literary themed wedding, and today I stumbled across this lovely slideshow, showing all the aspects of a literary themed wedding.
If you’re looking for some inspiration, here it is. If you’re planning a wedding on a literary theme, you might want to take notes.
John Green is an enthusiastic You Tuber, and a big reading advocate. His channel is a varied explosion of creativity, books, literature and life and fans of the author should probably subscribe. Read More
As the video explains, in the first sketches Pooh was considered to be a grumpy looking figure, which meant the whole thing just didn’t work. In the end, Milne took inspiration from the real Christopher Robin’s teddy bear, creating the first sketches of the bear we can all recognise on sight. Read More
Although little known, the poem was originally published without title. The name Invictus (Latin for unconquered) was added later by editor Arthur Quiller-Couch. The message of the poem is fortitude in adversity, strength, and the stiff upper lip we associate with the Victorian period. Read More