What Wedding Traditions Actually Mean

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In the world of weddings, trends come and go with relative regularity, but regardless of which bridal styles are in or out, and whether a rustic barn or hotel ballroom is considered en vogue at the moment, some traditions have true staying power. (You know the ones: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, a silver sixpence in your shoe.) But have you ever actually wondered what those traditions mean? Just in case, British jewelry company Ingle & Rhode did a little digging to unearth the stories behind behind these time-honored traditions. Keep reading to find out what they mean.


Tradition #1: Wearing Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue 

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Tradition #2: Throwing Confetti

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Tradition #3: The RingsWedding Traditions Defined


Tradition #4: Giving Almonds as Favors

Wedding Traditions Defined

 

 

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