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what wedding traditions should you keep? part five/finale

We’ll finish up our series with this finale… on which wedding traditions you should keep…or ditch? #5 Wedding Tradition: Unity Candle We are not suggestion removing this tradition, but to take a closer look at “wedding unity candles” (we’re talking the pillar candles that you keep after the wedding). Often when they are sold they

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what wedding traditions should you keep? part three

Here we go with part three of the series what wedding traditions should you keep? #3 Wedding Tradition: Garter Approximately fifty percent of our clients are not throwing the garter or bouquet. However, if you wish to keep this time old tradition, consider purchasing only one garter. Most couples will buy “two”; one to throw

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what wedding traditions should you keep? part two

We’re talking about a wedding traditions and which ones we should keep or ditch? #2 Wedding Tradition: Cake Cutting Server Set This is one of our personal favorite “enigma’s” of weddings. Tradition (meaning wedding stores) will encourage you to purchase a silver knife and cake cutting server set, sometimes inscribed with your name and wedding

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lighting the family unity candles at your wedding ceremony

A tradition adapted into most wedding ceremonies is the lighting of the unity candle. This entails usually have two taper candles and one large pillar candle in the middle. The mother’s will light each respective family’s taper candles before the ceremony: the bride’s family on the left and the groom’s family on the right. Then

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