Following our advice, you’ll be able to write the perfect groom wedding poem in no time. However, if you’d like to see how one actually looks written down, here’s an example.
Say your wife works in recruitment… you could write a fun poem based around how YOU got the job of being husband.
In a bar in Northampton I met this recruiter.
Soon after I thought ‘I think I might suit her’…
To my surprise, she gave me an interview,
Though this was probably helped by a Jäger or two.
The big day came, I was nervous, not calm,
I knocked over the wine and it spilt on her arm.
I made a fool of myself, couldn’t shut my gob.
But, yet, somehow she gave me the job.
In the ten years since I’ve been committed and keen,
Even if I don’t always keep the shower clean.
Everything’s easy, I never get cross.
Just some of the perks when you sleep with the boss.
I’m so happy I met you, as is clear from this letter.
Although to this day, I think you could’ve found someone better.
You’re the perfect bride, that is plain to see.
Signed, your new husband and happy employee.
You can make the poem as funny or as emotional as you like but, if we were to suggest a balance, we prefer if it’s further towards the funny side.
Either way, however you do it, if you follow the above steps, your wedding poem will turn out perfectly and, perhaps, you won’t just discover you make a good husband, but you could also be the next Keats.