Wedding Superstitions

There are so many wedding superstitions out there, but which are the most popular? Do you believe in superstitions? As a bride it can be fun and cute to follow some of these superstitions or incorporate them into your wedding.  I think it’s time we bring some of these superstitions into the light.

1.  The bride should have something new, borrowed, old, and blue.

2.  To bring good luck, save the ribbons from the shower gifts to create a bouquet that should be use during your rehearsal.

3.  If you tear any of the ribbons when you are opening gifts that is the number of kids you will have.

4.  If you see a rainbow on your wedding day it is a good omen.

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5.  The first gift the bride opens should be the first used in her marital home.

6.  The groom should not see the bride until she walks down the aisle.

7.  As newlyweds, groom should carry the bride across the threshold.  If the bride were to stumble entering their home, it is a bad omen.

8.  There should be ten cans tied to the back of the newlyweds car to scare off bad spirits as they drive away.

9.  It is bad luck for the bride to practice walking down the aisle for her rehearsal.  Typically you ask a friend to do it for you.

10.  The bride’s veil is used to hide her from evil spirits.

11.  The girl that catches the bouquet is next to be married.


Remember, even if you don’t believe in these things, they can be fun for you and your groom to follow.  Some of these would even make cute wedding pictures.


*Betsy Villanueva



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Dazzle In Diamonds

They say diamonds are a girls best friend right?  So then why not frost yourself from head to toe in some sparkle?  White diamonds or even fake diamonds will look radiant with a white dress.  Some of these pieces I found are my favorite and would be ideal for the big day!


Not only would these heels look fabulous on you’re feet but also in pictures!


These flawless and elegant earrings would look stunning on you’re wedding day!

8d5f6480c9a5902fc2f38c1d76d10085These chunky necklaces would look so couture with a simple wedding dress or a 20’s themed wedding.


All of these gorgeous white diamond pieces would look wonderful with you’re wedding day gown and would look show stopping in pictures.



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Always Remember You’re Big Day

You plan and you plan and you plan for you’re big day.  Most girls even start thinking about it when they are young.  From pretending with friends, marrying you’re Barbies, or even just imaging ideas in you’re head.  For a girl, a wedding comes with a ton of thought.  So finally the big day comes and they you are walking down the isle, now you are enjoying you’re first toast as a couple, and now you’re guests are ushering you off to you’re honeymoon.  It’s over, just like that.  The day you dreamed of has come and gone in the blink of an eye.  Now, don’t you wish you had some creative way to keep the memories from you’re wedding alive?


How about this idea?  Fill an empty ornament with the wine cork from you’re wedding toast and some of the flower petals.  This is such a good Christmas tradition to start and a great way to remember you’re wedding every year when you put it on the tree.

Another great idea is to ask the bartender to keep all the wine corks from the night.  Then you can glue them all together and make you’re new last name’s initial.

And, one of my absolute favorites is a shadow box.  You can put some of you’re wedding flowers, announcements, and invitations in the box and then display it in you’re home.

These are all great ways to make sure you keep the memory of you’re wedding alive and gives you an opportunity to remanence occasionally.


Hilary Clemons

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