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Something Borrowed – Wedding Infographic

The time honored traditions of something old, borrowed, new and blue is still upheld by many brides today. With your dress likely being new, and plenty of cute “something blue” ideas on Pinterest, the tricky parts are finding something old and something to borrow! We love the idea of satisfying both superstition with borrowed antique […]

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Wedding Traditions Explained: Jumping the Broom

This tradition of unity has the couple literally jumping over a broom that is laid on the floor. The jumping of the broom may come after the exchanging of the wedding rings, a short prayer, poem or even a song. It is said to represent the joining of families and the sweeping out of the […]

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Wedding Traditions Explained: The Cake Cutting

Whether it’s the bachelor party, the bridal shower or a list of items borrowed and blue, there are many recognizable customs inherent and adhered to when celebrating a wedding. Of course, all of these traditions are steeped in historical precedent, though not all of those origin stories are well known. One of the more fascinating […]

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Wedding Traditions Explained: Something Old, Something New Borrowed & Blue

As modern as most weddings are, brides are still sentimental when it comes to the old fashioned tradition of getting married. The traditional wedding phrase has been around for centuries, and is still being honored today. Brides-to-be choose to follow the tradition, of acquiring something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. Brides want […]

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Wedding Traditions Explained: The Garter Toss

Any single man who’s attended a wedding has likely stood in a circle of other men without wedding bands and tried to catch the bride’s garter, recently removed from her leg by the groom. Where did this custom come from, and why do we still toss bits of the bride’s underwear to single men in […]