Here are some beautiful legends and traditions about marriage.

An introduction to beautiful legends and anecdotes that are closely related to the happiness of the bride. One might find inspirations in these stories when arranging the wedding decorations and hospitality. Hopefully they will spice up your ideas.

Traditional customs for brides (episode 7)

The wedding customs
In Europe, there are many wedding customs and wedding traditions. It would be nice if you can apply some of these customs and traditions into your wedding ceremony making it an unforgettable experience for you and your guests. On the other hand, if you are thinking of wedding gift ideas for your special friends and relatives, knowing these customs and traditions may make your gift idea exceptionally meaningful and memorable.

Lovespoon
Lovespoon is a traditional craft as a decorative item to be hung on kitchen wall. It represents the good cooking skill that the bride can use to build a happy family. Spoon has the meaning of abundance. Recently, many couples use wooden spoons feeding the first slice of wedding cake to each other at the banquet. Many of them also choose small wooden spoon as gift for their guests.

Horseshoes
A horseshoe is a traditional symbol of good luck. Europeans and Americans will hang a horseshoe at the main entrance of their house to pray for good luck to the bride in arriving at church on her wedding day. The horseshoe is hung with the U-shape up is a symbol of good luck and fortunate.

Thimble
In the western culture, a bride will wear a thimble for happiness and good fortune on her wedding day. Mother of the bride will prepare a thimble in the sewing kits of her daughter in wishing for a happy and fulfilling marriage life.

More articles about interesting wedding customs are coming soon…