Category: Wedding Traditions

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Indian Wedding Traditions You Didn’t Know About

We’ve seen it in the movies—bouquet tossing, the white dress, the bridesmaids—wedding traditions are a big part of most cultures. In some cultures, the history of wedding traditions are forgotten but the customs remain prevalent, while in others, the root is as important as the tradition. There are so many...

Indian Wedding Traditions

10 Wedding Traditions Found Around The World

The most special thing about the world is observing new and different traditions. In many cultures, weddings are a significant milestone that spark great celebrations. Although some wedding traditions, such as bouquet throwing and wearing white dresses, can be seen throughout various countries, each culture also has it’s own twist...

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12 Wedding Planning Myths to Start Ignoring Today

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8 Fun Alternatives to the Traditional Rice Toss

Throwing rice at a wedding is a tradition that is seemingly ingrained in wedding culture. Tradition says that tossing rice over the newlywed couple as they leave the ceremony will shower them with prosperity, fertility and good fortune. The small grains of rice are meant to drive the idea that...

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Make Your Something Blue Something Meaningful

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. We all know of this little rhyme that tells us the four things we must have on our wedding day for good luck. But it is left for interpretation and is quite open-ended. We can choose whatever we want to be our something old,...

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10 Creative Something Old Items For Brides

We’ve all heard the saying, “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” This fun little rhyme is an age old wedding tradition describes different items that a bride should have with her on her wedding day for good luck and a happy marriage. Finding items that fulfill these requirements...

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The Roles of Parents in Weddings

An engagement is generally thrilling news for the families involved, but it also means that family members will be busy with planning and executing all of the details surrounding the wedding. The parents in particular play a major role in ensuring that the wedding is both successful and memorable. Whether...

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A Brief History of the Most Common Wedding Traditions

There are many things associated with weddings that everyone knows about and includes in their weddings without thinking twice. For example, the wedding bouquet, the garter toss and the bridal veil are all typically included in weddings today, but do you really know why or what they represent? Some of...

Wedding Superstitions

Seven Wedding Superstitions Exposed

Your wedding day is one of the best days of your life. There are many wedding superstitions out there meant to predict how long a marriage will last. These superstitions can apply to the bride, groom, or the couple as a whole. Photo Credit: Style and Elegance 1. Allowing a Cat...