the United States, there is no law or religious dictate that says the bride must take the groom’s last name. However,
approximately 70% of Americans agree that a bride should change her last name.
The phrase “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something
blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe” symbolizes continuity, optimism for the future, borrowed happiness, fidelity,
and wealth or good luck, respectively
lower girls traditionally threw flower
petals in the bride’s path to lead her to a sweet, plentiful future
Wedding rings are often placed on the third finger of the left
hand because ancient Egyptians believed the vein in that hand (which the Romans called the “vein of love”) ran
directly to the heart
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