Interesting fact Centuries ago it was customary for the Bride and Bridegroom to drink mead made from honey, for a month after the wedding. Wedding Superstitions Bride and groom must not meet on the day of the wedding except at the altar.
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It's also customary for the top tier of a three or four tier cake to be kept aside for the christening of the couples first child.
The Honeymoon It is traditional for the bride and groom to go away on a holiday, called a Honeymoon, after the wedding has taken place.
For good luck the bride should wear “something borrowed, something blue, something old and something new”.
The husband should carry his new wife over the threshold of their home.
Traditionally the bride wears a white dress and the groom wears a suit (top hat and tails).
The bride may be attended by bridesmaids and pageboys. They give each other rings They sign a wedding register After the wedding ceremony guests are invited to attend a meal and further celebrations. Guests leave presents for the bride and groom on a table in the room where the reception takes place.
It is traditional for the Best Man, Brides Father and the Groom to give a speech at the wedding reception.
Wedding Cake It is traditional at weddings to have a special wedding cake at the reception, often with two or more tiers - each tier may be made of a different type of cake to satisfy the tastes of all your wedding guests.
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