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Define “Husband”

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What does the word husband mean? Why do we call a married man a husband? Ufda. If you love the Vikings You’re going to Love this!

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Neo-Pagan Wedding

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Wiccan wedding, Neo-pagans have a place to go with their Christian families and still hold a pagan wedding. Blending faith and family – Rev Pam of Chicago Pagan Wedding

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Something Old, New, Borrowed, and Blue

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 Where did this tradition come from? and Why Blue? 

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New Handmade Brooms to Jump

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Hand Made Broom to Jump at your Wedding, bride, groom sold on ebay. Jump the broom ceremony language. Chicago pagan weddings.

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The Bread & Salt Tradition of Poland

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When it comes to an age old world traditions, the sharing of the bread, salt, and wine in Poland dates far back into their history.

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13 Coins Wedding Tradition

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Originating in Spain, the 13 coins wedding tradition symbolizes Christ and his 12 apostles. This wedding tradition is usually associated with Hispanic families and involves the groom giving the coins (either gold or silver) to his bride.

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God’s Knot Wedding Ritual

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The Gods Knot wedding ritual is a beautiful and easy addition to a christian non-traditional wedding ceremony. Performed by Rev Pam in Chicago at Pine Manor.

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Honeymoon A tradition or a Must?

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Why do people go on honeymoons?  After the wedding bells have rung, the cake has been eaten, the vows have been made, and the guests have gone, what is left to do?  Honeymoon of course.  Couples go on a honeymoon as a celebration of their marriage.  It can be seen as the grand finale or […]

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Bride over threshold

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The custom of the groom carrying the bride over the threshold is a very old one. As rumor would have it, traditional European weddings were followed by bride kidnappings.  So it was customary for the groom to whisk away with his bride and to hold her close so that no one could kidnap her.

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Ring Origin

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The French believed the blood vein on the left hand ring finger was the only vein directly to the heart that’s why we wear the wedding ring on our left hand.

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