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hey Christine, or anyone else who accomplished this awesome idea: how did it turn out? Do you have any pictures?

Thanks for all the quotes too, there are so many it's hard for me to pick and choose!

sorry Mel, I didn't see your post. Everyone loved the idea and I will be putting the book together soon (before your wedding) I will post pics.

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I just found these on Wording
Hey Amy did you found any quotes in Spanish? I really like the idea of naming the tables with quotes...

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I'm not sure where I found these and I don't even think I fully understand the meaning of some, but here are some...

 

I'm still looking for more..

 

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  • La medida del amor es amar sin medida.

    (San Agustín)

  • El amor que se alimenta de regalos siempre está hambriento.

    (Anónimo)

  • A batallas de amor, campos de plumas.

    (Luis de Góngora)

  • El amor semeja un árbol: se inclina por su propio peso, arraiga profundamente en todo nuestro ser y a veces sigue verdeciendo en las ruinas de un corazón.

    (Victor Hugo)

  • Entre lo que existe y lo que no existe, el espacio es el amor.

    (Anónimo)

  • El amor es como la salsa mayonesa: cuando se corta, hay que tirarlo y empezar otro nuevo.

    (Enrique Jardiel Poncela)

  • Con la moral corregimos los errores de nuestros instintos y con el amor corregimos los errores de nuestra moral.

    (José Ortega y Gasset)

  • El amor, como ciego que es, impide a los amantes ver las divertidas tonterías que cometen.

    (William Shakespeare)

  • El grande amor, medroso, desconfía; el pequeño, con tino, es atrevido.

    (Fernando de Herrera)

  • No hagas nada por retener a la mujer que se va ni al pájaro que vuela; deja que el destino se cumpla.

    (Amado Nervo)

  • El amor lleva en sí su propia plenitud.

    (Amado Nervo)

  • Amar es despojarse de los nombres.

    (Octavio Paz)

  • ¡El verdadero amante en toda parte ama y siempre se acuerda del amado!

    (Santa Teresa)

  • El verdadero amor no es el que perdona nuestros defectos, sino el que no los conoce.

    (J. Benavente)

  • El amor es invisible y entra y sale por donde quiere, sin que nadie le pida cuenta de sus hechos.

    (Miguel de Cervantes)

  • El amor es el único tesoro que no se saca con pico y pala.

    (Pedro Cruz López)

  • Amar a alguien para hacerlo distinto significa asesinarle.

    (Igor Caruso)

  • Hacer el amor entre dos enamorados no hace falta poque el amor entre ellos ya esta hecho.

    (Anónimo)

  • El amor nace de un flechazo; la amistad del intercambio frecuente y prolongado.

    (Octavio Paz)

  • Siempre que haya un hueco en tu vida, llénalo con amor.

    (Amado Nervo)

  • ¿Sufre más aquél que espera siempre que aquél que nunca esperó a nadie?

    (Pablo Neruda)

  • A menudo los labios más urgentes no tienen prisa dos besos después.

    (Andrés Calamaro)

  • Es tan corto el amor y es tan largo el olvido.

    (Pablo Neruda)

  • No puede ser bueno aquél que nunca ha amado.

    (Cervantes)

  • El mayor obstáculo para el amor es el temor secreto de no ser dignos de ser amados.

    (Juan Pablo Valdés)

  • El amor abre todas las puertas; el rencor las cierra.

    (Fasto Cayo)

  • El amor más fuerte y más puro no es el que sube desde la impresión, sino el que desciende desde la admiración.

    (Santa Catalina de Siena)

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Anyone have any beachy love quotes?
"My bounty is as boundless as the sea, my love as deep. The more I give thee, the more I have, For both are infinite" Shakespeare

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