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Thursday, February 11, 2016
Wedding Traditions Around the World
Have you ever wondered about wedding traditions in other countries and where do they come from and what do they mean?
Believe it or not, something old, new, borrowed, and blue comes from an Old English rhyme: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.” Though no one carries around sixpence, the first four objects are signs of good luck. Something old signifies continuity; something new represents optimism for the future; something borrowed symbolizes borrowed happiness; and something blue represents purity, love, and fidelity.
Like the “something old, something new” custom, the origin of throwing the bouquet also originated in England as an alternative to guests ripping the bride’s dress for good luck. But what about wedding traditions outside of England? In Germany, it’s tradition for the bride and groom the saw a log in half together. In India, the bridal party steals the groom’s shoes. There are countless other fun and quirky wedding traditions from around the world. Our friends at FTD created a visual of fourteen different rituals so you can see how people all over celebrate their special Thank you to them for contributing and sharing this blog post and asking us to feature it on ours.