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Traditional German Wedding Cup: The cup design enables the bride and groom to symbolically take their first drink as man and wife from the same cup.

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Having empty chairs across from the bride and groom is a Scandinavian tradition I first saw at a wedding in Seattle last year, where the bride and groom chose to incorporate traditions from the groom's native Sweden. There, the signs aren't necessary, guest just know that they are invited to come and chat.

German wedding cup-- tradition for the couple to drink from both ends at the same time

German wedding day tradition for a bride & groom to saw a log of wood. It symbolizes that in a marriage, you need to 'work together.'

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A Summer Wedding at California's Culinary Institute of America

Sparklers ... Light up the sky as bride and groom say goodbye

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Something Blue "I Do" Ribbon Wedding Anklet for Bride

Something Blue Ribbon Wedding Anklet for Bride by ArteDiAmore, $15.00

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Oathing Stone

The Oathing Stone is an old Scottish tradition where the Bride and Groom place their hands upon a stone while saying their wedding vows. The tradition, Called the oathing stone it was thought to be the best way to express your solemn promise in physical form. Taken from the ancient Celtic custom of setting an oath in stone, inclusion of an oathing stone in the vows can be deeply moving. In the Scottish tradition an oath given near a stone or water was considered more binding.

Nice thank you from the bride and groom. Sometimes it gets hectic that day to personally thank everyone,

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Lavender Wedding by Scott Andrew Studio

Irish Wedding Tradition - English lavender, an ancient symbol of love, loyalty, devotion and even luck is often mixed with the bride’s wedding flowers to help insure a happy and long-lasting union

from Larry James' CelebrateIntimateWeddings BLOG

The Oathing Stone – Casting Your Vows in Stone!

Oathing Stones... Embrace the old European tradition to add a meaningful highlight to your wedding ceremony. The Oathing Stone is an old Scottish tradition where the Bride and Groom place their hands upon a stone while saying their wedding vows.

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2012 make believe wedding

"See all the cute photos below? This is an old German wedding tradition that Franzi told me about. A bed sheet is strung up and a large heart shape is painted to the front of it. The bride and groom each get a pair of scissors and have to cut around each side of the heart and meet in the middle. The groom then has to carry his bride through the heart. Could this tradition be any cuter?!?!


9 Ancient Wedding Traditions From Around the World

"In Turkey, before the bride walks down the aisle, she asks her single bridesmaids and relatives to sign the sole of her bridal shoes. After a night of dancing and prancing, tradition states that the person’s signature who has faded the most will be the next to marry. "

from Fly Away Bride

Scottish Wedding Traditions

Scottish Wedding Traditions | Fly Away Bride Brian has to wash my sandy feet after we get married on the beach


Silver Custom Wire Heart Names Wedding Cake Topper

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