If your future spouse-to-be is of Jewish heritage, the subject of conversion might have popped up at some point. While it’s not necessarily a requirement for all, if your partner is very loyal to their faith, you probably know that ... read more
There was a time when religion and marriage went hand in hand. Weddings were performed at the local church, with ceremonies that spoke at length about God’s intentions for marriage and the role of religion in a couple’s life together. ... read more
Unless you’re a highly curious person, you’ve probably never looked into the history of common wedding traditions. Did you know that many of them originated from superstitions? You’ll probably be observing many of these customs already in your wedding celebrations—but ... read more
If you’re looking to add something interesting to your wedding, why not look at other countries and cultures for inspiration? It can be a tasteful touch to add a bit of your distant heritage to your special day. Or, if ... read more
Cinco de Mayo is festive and fun, so why not combine it with the flair of a wedding? Throwing a wedding with a Cinco de Mayo inspiration can be accomplished in many beautiful ways. My husband’s birthday is around Cinco ... read more
Weddings are major events that bring out excitement and joy for most people. But what about folks who are very superstitious? What are some common wedding-related superstitions and should you pay attention to them or ignore them altogether? Although there ... read more
Wedding traditions vary wildly from one culture to another, and many of these traditions and rituals stem from the dominant religions of each region. Shinto weddings in Japan include the san-san-ku-do, a purification ritual that involves sharing cups of sake. ... read more
While you may be very used to the traditions and customs for weddings that take place where you live, it’s interesting to learn about the many varieties of ways that other countries and cultures celebrate this momentous day for their ... read more
When it comes to deeply held beliefs, nothing is more personal—or more polarizing—than religion. A person’s faith is shaped by a number of influences from their family to their life experiences. Once they decide on a religious conviction, it’s almost ... read more
I’m a Baptist who married a Catholic. Even if you’re a Catholic who marries another Catholic, all of the “rules” that go along with the marriage ceremony in the Catholic church can get confusing. I got my wedding notes out ... read more
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