In this week’s blog entry on wedding traditions explained, we dive into the tradition of throwing rice after a ceremony. Most people of course don’t throw rice anymore, but only because some venues won’t allow it. But those that do, it’s been an on-going ritual for hundreds of years!
This week, in our wedding traditions explained series, we talk about the age old Something Old New Borrowed And Blue that so many brides go through the trouble of having at their ceremony. A common theme that you’ve no doubt noticed throughout these blog entries is that humans used to be (and still are today) a superstitious bunch. […]
There are so many traditions that take place at a wedding. The first dance, bouquet toss, cake cutting, and grand exit, just to name a few, yet most people don’t know the meaning behind them. That’s why we decided to start this series about the meaning behind a few different wedding traditions so we can all […]
There are so many different traditions a bride and groom can follow during their big day. One is the bouquet toss, which is a wedding tradition that is slowly dying. Many years ago the majority of weddings included a bouquet toss. Today, more and more couples are foregoing this tradition, with only about 30-40% of weddings […]