Wedding traditions and superstitions

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There are many customs and beliefs around weddings. We will explain how to follow those long-life traditions and you will also learn the meaning of the oldest ones such as the rice throwing or the well-known ‘something old, new, borrowed, and blue’.

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  • 6 secrets you should keep until your wedding day

    Wedding traditions and superstitions

    6 secrets you should keep until your wedding day
    From Anais Torreblanca 0 comments

    Keeping a little bit of mystery on your wedding will make the day more fun and unexpected. Here are 6 secrets you shouldn't reveal until your big day. You already know the first one!

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  • What to do with your bouquet

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    What to do with your bouquet
    From Charles Chamberlain 0 comments

    Many brides don’t know what to do with their bouquet during or after the wedding. Today we want to give you some great ideas.

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  • Best Man Tips for Toasting

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    Best Man Tips for Toasting
    From Monica Lorraine 0 comments

    If you have the honour of being a best man, you have probably thought about what you're going to say for the big toast. If you're at a loss for words, we're here to give you tips and make your speech a success.

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  • The Special Role of the Maid of Honour

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    The Special Role of the Maid of Honour
    From Monica Lorraine 0 comments

    Everyone knows that the maid of honour is important at a wedding, but what exactly does she do? If you've been chosen for this special role, read on for some advice and suggestions...

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  • The Language of Flowers

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    The Language of Flowers
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    Devised and made popular by Queen Victoria, the language of flowers is a code of secret messages that you convey through the flowers you display in your wedding bouquet. Here we talk about the meanings different flowers can convey.

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  • Traditional Greek Weddings

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    Traditional Greek Weddings
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    Every culture has it's traditions and rituals, especially when it comes to weddings. Greek culture is renowned for its joviality and sense of fun, so let's see how they celebrate getting married over there.

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  • Wedding Traditions in China

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    Wedding Traditions in China
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    Weddings are universal in symbolising new beginnings, the start of a new family and an excuse to have a good old get together. However, each country has its own particular wedding codes, and nonetheless China. Lets take a look at some key rituals in ...

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  • Wedding Traditions in India

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    Wedding Traditions in India
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    Western weddings are still typified by the white dress and church scenario, but we live in a multicultural society where many types of religions and weddings are practised. Here we take a look at how Hindu weddings are typically celebrated in India....

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  • History of the Bouquet

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    History of the Bouquet
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    The bouquet is the quintessential wedding item. But do you know why and what its history is? Read on to find out...

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  • Asking for Her Hand in Marriage is Back in Fashion
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    Asking for Her Hand in Marriage is Back in Fashion
    From weddingspot.co.uk 1 comments

    Like many old or outdated traditions, the act of a man asking his future father-in-law for his daughter's hand in marriage, or at least for his blessing, is regaining popularity. In this article we explain the comeback of this age old tradition.

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  • Original Ideas for the Stag Do

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    Original Ideas for the Stag Do
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    Want to get away from the typical and often overused stag party ideas? Read on for some more original takes on this special occasion.

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  • Asking for her hand

    Wedding traditions and superstitions

    Asking for her hand
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    Asking for her hand in marriage is a symbolic act by which the groom asks for the bride’s father’s permission to marry her.

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  • Stag and hen nights

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    Stag and hen nights
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    Stag and hen nights are celebrated a few days before the wedding. During which, the friends of the bride and the groom prepare a dinner or party in which they surprise them with gifts.

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  • The bridal waltz

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    The bridal waltz
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    The opening dance with a waltz with the couple continues to be one of the most deeply rooted traditions in our country. A dance of great elegance and romance that takes us back to the social receptions of the nobles of the 18th and 19th Century.

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  • Platinum wedding rings

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    Platinum wedding rings
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    When choosing your wedding rings you shouldn’t just focus on the design, but also the material. In this article you will find some tips about platinum wedding rings and their care so that they last forever.

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  • Gold wedding rings

    Wedding traditions and superstitions

    Gold wedding rings
    From weddingspot.co.uk 0 comments

    The tradition of sealing the marriage with a ring originates from Ancient Rome. At that time they used to be iron and although wedding rings can be of any metal, gold ones continue to be the preferred choice of brides and grooms.

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