5 examples of what to write on a wishing well card

Wishing Well

Wishing Well card, The Hello Bureau, Melbourne
You can write whatever you like on the wishing well - and it doesn't necessarily have to rhyme. To help you get some ideas, I've compiled a list of the wishing well poems I've come across while designing invitations. 
1. This one is short and cheeky!

Because at first we lived in sin
We've got the sheets and a rubbish bin!
A gift from you would be swell
But we'd prefer a donation to our wishing well!

2. If you already live together and don't require any household gifts

A home together we already share
furnished with love, pride and care.
So when we look at all we've got
we really do not need a lot.

So we'd like to ask, if you don't mind,
for a gift of another kind.
Instead of searching for inspiration
you can simply make a monetary donation.

Place your gift in the wishing well,
make two wishes but do not tell.
One for us and one for you
and trust that both will come true.

Please don't feel obliged
to do it this way.
Your presence is all we want
on our special day.

3. Focus the wishing well on your honeymoon

Your presence is all we want on our special date.
To share with us our happiness and to help us celebrate.

However if you were thinking of giving a gift to help us on our way,
a gift of money towards our honeymoon would really make our day.

But if you prefer to purchase a gift,
feel free to surprise us in your own special way.

4. A sweet poem about presence over presents

We'd love to have you with us
when all our dreams come true!

We want you to know that your
presence over presents will truly do.

But if we're honoured with a gift from you,
please think to wish us well.

May we respectfully request a donation
to our wedding wishing well.

5. No need to rob any banks

To save you shopping, sit back and rest.
A contribution to our wishing well is all we request.

Don't go overboard or rob any banks,
any amount will make us smile with thanks.

​Now we have saved you all the fuss,
we would love if you could come and celebrate with us!

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