Did you know? Superstition / Tradition stated that it was thought to be unlucky for a woman to marry a man whose surname began with the same letter as hers
Did you know? The Groom stands on the right of the Bride, deriving from the days of swords - should any man challenge him to his right to his Bride, the Groom was free to draw his sword with his right hand whilst protecting or holding his Bride with his left.
Did you know? In the rhyme 'something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue', "blue" is symbolic of the blood of royalty, since both the bride and the groom were once considered to be "royal" on their wedding day.
Did you know? The veil dates back to ancient Rome, when it was flame-yellow, always worn over the face, and called a flammeum.
Did you know? The Bridal Gown has the most well-known superstition attatched to it. They should not be seen by the groom until the bride appears in church and that it's bad luck for a bride to make her own dress.