You might love your mom’s wedding dress—but you also might not be sure if you want to actually wear it on your big day. No problem! You can still honor your mom and remain close to her on your wedding ... read more
Weddings have always been an important event across nearly all cultures. So, it might not surprise you that many customs still implemented today have been around for a very long time. But, it might also intrigue you that certain details ... 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
It’s a Leap Year in 2020, and if you remember the 2010 movie of the same name starring Amy Adams, you might remember that, according to Irish tradition, women are allowed to propose on February 29th for good luck. So, ... read more
Before you start planning your wedding, it’s wise to first figure out how much you can spend on the event. Unless you’re footing the entire bill yourself, you probably assume that one or a few of your relatives will pitch ... read more
Every guest at a wedding plays a role, but it can be argued that the father of the bride holds one of the most important. As a key member of the bridal party, the father of the bride is expected ... read more
Weddings have a lot of ingrained traditions but in today’s modern world, couples are more frequently opting to skip these traditions altogether. While activities such as the bouquet toss or even wearing a garter have been forgotten by many, there ... read more
If there’s one thing besides love associated with weddings, it’s traditions. There are so many of them that date back years—in some cases, centuries. Many couples are familiar with these as they begin the wedding planning process, but what an ... read more
Like many millennials, you and your betrothed have decided to get married at city hall. Congratulations! While getting hitched at your local courthouse is meant to be a simple and intimate, if not modern, affair, it doesn’t mean you have ... read more
Often performed in a marriage ceremony after the couple exchanges vows, a unity ceremony acts as a metaphor for the fusion of the couple and their families. If the vows are a verbal promise to one another, the unity ceremony ... read more
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