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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.

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.

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Irish Wedding Traditions

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@Elizabeth Lockhart Devlin see the note about marrying in april! Irish wedding traditions

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Pictures of the bride & groom throughout the years.

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

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

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

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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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Bride & Groom Wraps with Toasting Flutes

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