Quirky Liddiment love

RicVic

Introducing Mr & Mrs Ric & Vic Liddiment
Meant to be together, as husband and wife
From a double “I do”
Signed and celebrated
Saturday 8 November 2014

All our world was a stage
Norwich Puppet Theatre
Converted medieval church
Saint James the Less
Apostle, messenger, patron of milliners

Joined in matrimony
Joined by family
Parents made asunder
Rejoined for love

Brothers and sisters
A favourite aunt
Of a favourite nephew and new niece in law
Glorious grandmothers
Ghosts of grandfathers
Rejoicing for love

An audience of friends
No Punch & Judy
No pretence
Real feelings, intense, proud, joyful
That’s the way to do it
The Ric and Vic way

Our man waiting for his bride
Not looking, anticipating
Turning
Eyes full of love, of tears
Grown men and women crying
In empathy and love

Tears and cheers
Applause and laughter
Why falling in love is like a dog
By Taylor Mali
“Love loves you and never stops”
Read by a brother, unprepared
Knowing the joke was on him
On love and owning a dog

Guest @Yohi_The_Dog is missed
Spontaneously toasted in French fizz
In the groom’s speech
Spoken in courage as words are hard
But you are loved and adored
Clearly, consistently
Unconditionally loved

A quirky, personal, lovely tribute
Drained by the truth of love expressed
With humour and honesty
Beards and tattoos
Kisses and hugs

A beautiful, bright bride
Glowing in angel wings and satin
A memory of meeting
A present of stuffed pants
Framed as survival
Life’s battles overcome

Under a heart of lights
Light in our hearts
A perfect wedding
Perfectly planned
By two people as partners

A magical marriage day
Communication of love
I love you both
Mr & Mrs Ric & Vic Liddiment

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