1 Thank you all for my happy wedding day.
2 dress is well chosen, too, for in a week she weds.
3 In order that we may start afresh and go to Meg's wedding.
4 Meg's wedding has turned all our heads, and we talk of nothing but lovers and such absurdities.
5 I'm too happy to care what anyone says or thinks, and I'm going to have my little wedding just as I like it.
6 So she made her wedding gown herself, sewing into it the tender hopes and innocent romances of a girlish heart.
7 Not being a dog in the manger, but the happiest fellow alive, I assure you I can dance at Jo's wedding with a heart as light as my heels.
8 In order that we may start afresh and go to Meg's wedding with free minds, it will be well to begin with a little gossip about the Marches.
9 I take it as a good omen for the future and invite you to my wedding on the spot, answered Mr. Brooke, who felt at peace with all mankind, even his mischievous pupil.
10 Go, dear, I forgot that you have any home but this, and Mrs. March pressed the white hand that wore the wedding ring, as if asking pardon for her maternal covetousness.
11 "That is the prettiest wedding I've been to for an age, Ned, and I don't see why, for there wasn't a bit of style about it," observed Mrs. Moffat to her husband, as they drove away.
12 Meg and John happened to be standing together in the middle of the grass plot, when Laurie was seized with an inspiration which put the finishing touch to this unfashionable wedding.
13 Five years after Jo's wedding, one of these fruitful festivals occurred, a mellow October day, when the air was full of an exhilarating freshness which made the spirits rise and the blood dance healthily in the veins.
14 I also doubt if any young matron ever began life with so rich a supply of dusters, holders, and piece bags, for Beth made enough to last till the silver wedding came round, and invented three different kinds of dishcloths for the express service of the bridal china.