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Like the tossing of the garter by the groom, the bride throws her bouquet and the lucky lady who catches it is believed to be the next to wed. Initially, it was believed that anything of the bride's would bring good luck and help to...

Tossing the garter is a tradition dating back to 14th century France. It was believed that sections of the bridal attire would bring good fortune. At the wedding, the bride would throw the garter to the assembled guests and shower the recipient with good luck....

This is the event which takes most planning time and eats up most of the budget. Do not limit yourself to only Armenian reception halls. Visit local hotels, museums, and unique locations for your day. We are seeing more weddings at locations unique to the...

Even thought times have changes and we don’t follow old traditions completely, it is said that the bridesmaids are not to be married women.   As the bride gets ready and puts her gown on, all bridesmaids are to write their name under the bride’s right...

The most important thing to remember is to show up on time. In most cases when the bride & groom arrive late, the church cuts the ceremony shorter from its original 35-40 minutes to 20-25 minutes. In addition to a shorter ceremony, you will be rushed out since...

Keeping Your Maiden Name! Women who have established a professional career using their maiden name may choose to continue using that name; this is perfectly acceptable and legal in 49 states. Hawaii, the exception, requires that a woman declare her married name when signing the...