The Origins of Common Wedding Myths

A few wedding traditions have been passed on to the present generations for such a long time now, that they have become ingrained within the wedding ceremonies of today. People don’t even realize why they began in the first place. But if you research thoroughly, you might come across really interesting facts about the origins of these quintessential myths.

Wedding dress

You must be familiar about the hugely popular myth that the grooms shouldn’t see the brides in her wedding dress before the wedding ceremonies. If he does, it brings ill luck. The origin of this myth lies in the time when arranged marriages were popular.

Two families set up the marriages of their children often as a part of a business deal. In such cases, the bride and groom weren’t allowed to see each other at all. This system was formulated so that the groom doesn’t get any chance to reject the bride before marrying.

A rejection would mean dishonour to the girl’s family and a big loss in business. This ritual of not seeing the bride before marriage has now metamorphosed into the myth of the wedding dress. Today, this has just become a fun ritual that heightens the excitement of marriage ceremonies.

Hire a professional photographer for your wedding day as you don’t want to keep unimpressive pictures or contact a photo booth hire for easy photo taking.

Dessert Variety – Wedding Reception

All wedding functions have a lots of appetizers and a dinner buffet. But dessert is usually just cake and ice-cream or fudge. Having a “Make your own Dessert” corner can bring out the child in your guests and they can have some real fun.

Install a Son-Cone station and an ice shaving machine. Provide plenty of cream in a variety of flavours, a variety of liqueurs, fudge, Oreos, nuts and let our guests loose.