Bucking Tradition: Something Blue

Bucking Tradition: Something Blue

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. You’ve probably heard this rhyming trope that tells brides four things to wear on their wedding day. But where did the advice originate? According to The Knot, the famous wedding guidance comes...
Top 5 2022 Bridesmaid Dress Trends

Top 5 2022 Bridesmaid Dress Trends

While the bride’s dress is inarguably the most important of the wedding day, the bridesmaids’ dresses are a close second. These dresses often reflect the wedding colors, as well as the bride’s style and the vibe of the day. Winter wonderland wedding?...
Bucking Tradition: Throwing Rice

Bucking Tradition: Throwing Rice

You may have attended a wedding where the attendees shower the bride and groom with rice as they leave the ceremony. This photographic tradition likely began with the Celts, who tossed rice, millet and other grains to appease spirits and ask for blessing and fertility...
Bucking Tradition: Bridal Party

Bucking Tradition: Bridal Party

Bridesmaids and groomsmen are often part of a traditional wedding day, but are they really necessary? According to Bustle, the tradition of having bridesmaids goes back to Ancient Roman times. The bridesmaids dressed identically to the bride to ward off ghosts and...
Bucking Tradition: Receiving Line

Bucking Tradition: Receiving Line

A receiving line is a great way to ensure you spend time with each of your guests and is an alternative to going table to table later in the reception.  However, receiving lines take time away from other aspects of the reception, especially if you have a large guest...

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