5 Wedding Superstitions You May Not Know About
You've probably heard the old bridal saying, "Something old, something new. Something borrowed, something blue." Well, this is a familiar superstition but there are a few you may never heard of!
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Color of Dress - Queen Victoria is to blame for this one. Ever since she was seen wearing a white wedding dress it has been a tradition in Europe and America.
A Rainy Day - some may say it's bad luck, but in the Victorian days they thought differently. Why? Because untying a "wet knot" is extremely difficult!
Full Moon - of course moonlight is always pretty especially for photos, but did you know ancient Greeks believed it ensured lifelong harmony and longevity?
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