Wedding Things

Wedding Things

Tomorrow, my little auntie is going to marry. So I have checked some interesting things about wedding for every pals here. I hope you will get more fun here. And I wish, my little auntie, the happiest bride of tomorrow, will get happiness of her lifetime. God Bless Her!


It is thought unlucky for the bride to make her own wedding dress. It is also unlucky for the groom to see the bride in her wedding dress before until she arrives at the ceremony. The bride should not wear her entire outfit before the wedding day. Some brides leave a final stitch on the dress undone until it is time to leave for the ceremony when the outfit is completed.

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Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue Something old must be something that has belonged to a happily married woman to ensure the transfer of happiness.Casablanca

Something new is normally the gown or shoes.

Something borrowed should be gold to ensure future wealth and fortune. Something blue, symbolizes modesty, fidelity, and love.


Bridesmaids were dressed in a similar way to the bride for the same reason as the origin of veil. The bridesmaids were thought to act as decoys to confuse evil spirits and thus protect the bride.


After the reception the bride throws her bouquet back over her shoulder where the unmarried female guest group together. Tradition holds that the one who catches the bouquet will be the next one of those present to marry.

A parallel custom is for the groom to remove the garter worn by the bride and throw it back over his shoulder toward the unmarried male guests. Again the one who catches it will be the next to marry.


John Smith, do you take this woman, Mary White ,to be your lawful wedded wife, to live together in the estate of matrimony! Will you love her honor her ,comfort her and keep her in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others ,be true to her as long as your both shall live?

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