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Strange Wedding Traditions

The one thing every human society has in common is marriage. However some societies have gross, confusing, terrifying, or any mixture of the three wedding traditions. Have a read of these strange wedding traditions…

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Some villages in Africa require an older woman to accompany the newlyweds into their bedroom on the first night of their marriage in order to “show the bride the ropes”. Although this is usually a village elder, sometimes it can be the brides own mother. And you thought your parents were nosy.

Strange Wedding Traditions

The one thing every human society has in common is marriage. However some societies have gross, confusing, terrifying, or any mixture of the three wedding traditions. Have a read of these strange wedding traditions…

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One of the stranger wedding traditions on our list, this one comes to us from the Irish counties of Leitrim and Mayo. In these counties there are 9 young men that are collectively designated as “straw boys”. On the eve  before the wedding the strawboys go to the house of the bride and dance with her. If there are any other women in the home they dance with them too.

 

Celebrity Wedding Dresses ♥ Yoko Ono

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Even though Yoko was branded the bitch who broke up the Beatles, she was able to rock a cool mini wedding dress. In 1969 Yoko Ono married John Lennon on Gibraltar. Her wedding dress was a textured mini-dress that was white in color. She paired the dress with white knee socks and a large brimmed white felt hat.

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Celebrity Wedding Gowns ♥ Queen Elizabeth

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Now, don’t laugh but Queen Elizabeth II was a style icon once upon a time with her lovely wedding gown made of ivory duchess satin and studded with 10,000 imported white pearls and decorated with silver thread and tulle embroidery.

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♥ Special Wedding Day Touches ♥

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A meaningful touch to your Wedding Day is a ‘Fight Box’. Before your big day, find a beautiful wooden box, a bottle of wine (if you drink), and two glasses. Write love notes to each other, explaining your feelings as you prepare to start your new life together as marriage partners. Seal your letter without letting your soon-to-be read what you’ve written.

During the ceremony, place the love notes inside the wooden box with the wine and glasses. Take turns hammering the box shut, one nail at a time, until the box is sealed.

Agree to keep the box sealed until a special anniversary, like your 10th or 20th, unless you hit a rough patch. Then, break open the box, pour the wine, read the letters, and reminisce about what brought you together!

Strange Wedding Traditions

The one thing every human society has in common is marriage. However some societies have gross, confusing, terrifying, or any mixture of the three wedding traditions. Have a read of these strange wedding traditions…

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In Yugur culture (an ethnic Chinese minority) the groom will actually shoot his bride with a bow and arrow before the wedding…three times. Ok, so the arrows don’t have arrowheads, but still, thats like getting shot with rubber bullets. Once the deed is done, the groom will collect the arrows and break them, thus ensuring that they will love each other forever. How romantic!

 

Celebrity Wedding Gowns ♥ Audrey Hepburn

We all know that most celebrity marriages do not last, but we can be sure of one thing: stunning bridal gowns.
The actress was known not only for her beauty but also for her timeless style which was reflected by her choice of what to wear during her wedding day. When she married co-star Mel Ferrer in 1954, Audrey wore an elfin tea-length, chiffon-sleeved Balmain. She completed her outfit with a wreath of fresh flowers to create a magical effect.

 

Celebrity Bridal Gowns ♥ Kate Middleton

When the Duchess of Cambridge got married on April 29, 2011, over 2 billion people watched the royal wedding. Fortunately, Kate did not disappoint. Her bridal gown was created by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen. It was made with hand-cut English lace and French Chantilly and was conceptualized by the Duchess herself.

Strange Wedding Traditions

The one thing every human society has in common is marriage. However some societies have gross, confusing, terrifying, or any mixture of the three wedding traditions. Have a read of these strange wedding traditions…

In Spartan culture, the women would shave their heads and dress up like men before waiting to get stolen away by their groom-to-be. Come on, you’ve seen 300, what did you expect?