Wedding Traditions Around the World Part 2

Wedding Traditions Around the World Part 2

Hello everyone! Today we have part 2 to our other five wedding traditions’ post, so without further ado, let’s get started!     1)”San-san-kudo”sake tradition A Japanese tradition, the bride and groom each drink from three cups of...

Wedding Traditions around the World (part 1)

Wedding Traditions around the World(part 1)   There’s so many different wedding traditions and unique ideas around the world, that more often that not, we find ourselves borrowing from other cultures. Here are 5 different wedding traditions, all from different...

DID YOU KNOW? Wedding Facts

Did you know that Queen Victoria’s white wedding dress began the trend of white bridal gowns? She married Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha on February 10, 1840, during the Victorian era where red was considered the popular color for wedding gowns. Queen...

Wedding Customs and Traditions in Mexico

Most Mexican weddings are held in a Catholic church, and include a nuptial mass if both parties practice Catholicism. “Sponsors” who are close friends or relatives of the bride and groom, are chosen to assist in financial and personal points of the wedding, and are...
Wedding Customs and Traditions in Spain

Wedding Customs and Traditions in Spain

Spanish and Latin weddings are very well known for their lovely use of vibrant colors, traditions and old-world designs. While each Latin culture has unique twists on certain aspects of a wedding, they usually stem from a traditional idea! When it comes to decor in...

Wedding Customs and Traditions in USA

For decades, countries around the world have practiced several customs during a wedding ceremony to honor their religion and culture. Some customs served superstitious purposes, while others were done simply to entertain guests. These traditions have supported the...