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Wedding traditions remain at the forefront of most marriage ceremonies today. One of the more commonly known traditions is wearing something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue; and is still practised by the majority of modern day brides despite its dated meaning. The ‘old’ represents the link to the bride’s family history, whilst something ‘new’ symbolises success and good fortune.
Something ‘borrowed’ is meant as a sign of loyalty from friends or family, and lastly, something ‘blue’ represents faithfulness and purity. Another tradition favoured by newlywed couples is the wearing of a wedding ring. This is owed to the Romans, who believed that the vein in the ring finger led directly to the heart, and wore a ring as a symbol of their love and fidelity for one another.
13 Mar 2019


When looking at the traditions surrounding the littlest members of the wedding party, typically, flower girl dresses resemble the brides gown, as it’s thought to symbolise the end of the brides innocence and her transition into her roles of mother and wife. Similarly, page boys have the task of carrying the bride’s train down the aisle or are commonly trusted with taking the wedding rings to the alter.


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