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Too often at weddings and other social occasions a host is at a loss for words to express heartfelt sentiments in invitations, toasts and tributes. As an ASCAP songwriter, I use my lyricist skills for custom-written original and personalized rhymes for a wide range of personal, family and business occasions.

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IBM, Lord & Taylor and hundreds of just folks

What do you like about this subject?

It's fun to help people celebrate momentous events

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

A clever rhyme can always make any subject more appealing, even those with strong sentimental issues

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Recent Answers from Felicia Reymont

2009-10-07 Informal engagement party invitations....:

I think a rhyming invitation can satisfy the humor requirement. I'd be happy to help you via my website ( but would need some background on the couple and the event plan. You can see

2007-12-04 Dedicating a song:

Wendy, you have so many choices of songs. And, of course, the choicd really depends on the lyrics to reflect what you  want to say to your sister.  If no song comes immediately to mind, you might think

2007-11-07 invitation wording:

Forgive me for plugging my service BUT the most creative way to word the invitation is to do it in rhyme. Please visit my site (, see how easy it is to input the data and rough wording

2007-10-14 Wedding Speech:

Ben, a speech would be wonderful but I would need to know more about the lucky girl. What might be even more fun would be to do it in rhyme.  If you'd like me to work with you, visit my website (www.rhymeshop

2007-07-16 wording of invitation:

I wish I had a simple answer but your dilemma is terribly complicated. Since so many folks have been treated, who will be offended if they miss one more event. Why not just you, your beloved husband and


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