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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.
Having a ring warming in your wedding is a wonderful way to involve all of your guests in your wedding ceremony. A ring warming is when each of your guests gets the opportunity to hold your wedding bands and bless it with a prayer for a long and healthy marriage. This loving tradition dates back […]
It is traditional for the bride to throw her bouquet at the reception and for all single women in attendance to try to catching it. Tradition states that the lucky woman who catches the bouquet is said to be the next in line to get married.
A wedding cake is often the centerpiece of a wedding and is usually placed where guests can admire it. This carefully planned masterpiece is a tradition going back to Medieval times.
According to www.weddingceremonyideas.info The Bride & Groom not Seeing Each Other Before the Ceremony comes to us from Jewish tradition. But there’s more…
The flowers begin to bloom, the birds begin to chirp, and there is a longer period of daylight (so it seems). That’s the beauty of spring! Particularly within the Vernal Equinox, which happens at the beginning of spring, so the day and night are equally long but it might seem like the daylight is slightly […]
Have you ever heard of the saying: Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. Sounds intriguing but what does it mean?
Wedding Ceremony Tradition – Handfasting Don’t just get married – Tie The knot! Today, more and more couples are looking for a way to express a deeper commitment to each other.
Where did the wedding veil tradition come from? Rev Pam researches wedding traditions and brings posts the truth about the origins. Beautiful customs from around the world, traditions and ideas to personalize and create the perfect and unique wedding ceremony ritual.
The tradition of the Unity candle is a fairly new one. It is mostly practiced in the United States but is a tradition all over the world. When a ceremony is held, two taper candles are used, usually by the bride and groom, to light a pillar (unity) candle. In some ceremonies some couples will light the