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Writing the Perfect Wedding Vows

There are a lot of important moments in a wedding ceremony such as the signing of the marriage certificate or the presentation of the ceremonial items. However, none of them are as most-anticipated than the Exchanging of the Wedding Vows. Save for the Kiss, of course. The exchange is a rather straightforward affair. The bride and […]

 
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Weirdest Wedding Traditions Around the World

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Each country have their own wedding traditions. These traditions are usually evident as most wedding couples would like to follow them for good luck. Here are some weirdest wedding traditions as collated by Charlotte Long. 15 of the weirdest wedding traditions from around the world Shoe’ll be sorry! In […]

 
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Wedding Tradition: Wedding Rings

We have previously shared with you some wedding traditions we usually see on wedding ceremonies. These traditions usually came from one or both of the couple going to be wed. Upon reading some articles regarding another wedding tradition being out of fashion, we wanted to write something about it since we are on that subject. […]

 
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Wedding Tradition: Throwing of Rice/Grains/Flowers

Weddings are one type of an event where heartwarming traditions are mostly incorporated and infused. These wedding traditions are usually dependent on the wedding couple’s background, history and religion. Among the few wedding tradition we have discussed is about the bride wearing a white dress and something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. […]

 
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Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Different wedding traditions are being incorporated by the Bride and the Groom when planning on their big day. These traditions may come from the traditions passed on by each of their family to them. But, one thing I think most Brides try to incorporate on their Wedding, regardless […]

 
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Bridal Garters

Wearing a garter on your wedding day is a time honoured tradition said to have originated in the 14th Century when guests were of the belief that owning a piece of the bridal dress would bring them good luck. Brides started to wear a garter in attempt to stop guests from trying to snatch a […]