Post # 1
I ripped off the first two sentences from a Hershey’s kiss poem I’ve seen before and then my Fiance and I came up with the rest. We’re getting married at a country club and he loves golf so we’re trying to make a fun activity out of an old tradition.
Please no tinkling of glasses
or bells rung out loud.
We’d prefer something different from this lovely crowd.
We’ve set aside a game for you
and the lovely couple that just said I do.
Step up to the cup and take your ONE shot
to see a kiss from the couple that just tied the knot.
If you putt and you miss then you’ll just have to wait
for the next person to rely on their(missing a word?) kissing fate.
or…….for the couple to rely on their own kissing fate.
Not too sure on the last sentence can you think of something better? …argh. So close.
Post # 3
I would take out the last part/paragraph. I think it works finishing up with just the first three.
Post # 4
Yeah, you can skip that last stanza. Or, something like “for the next person to decide (or determine) their kissing fate”
Post # 5
Ah! That’s cute! I also vote for leaving the last stanza out.
So I’m a little confused. Will you guys be standing in front of a long line of guests, waiting to try their hand at putting?
Post # 6
Yeah I agree plus it sounds more positive to leave the last stanza out. Thanks guys.
I’m asking one of my bridesmaids to read it while we all eat dinner. Its directed towards the avoidence of tapping on the crystal to get the bide and groom to kiss. People have to get up, walk over to putt,and then make the putt ontop of that to get us to kiss. This way we get to have those kissing moments come from the heart a litte more.