wedding. Monday , April 17th , 2017 - 22:55:34 PM
My thinking isnt that they should hear a prepackaged set of vows from me that they likely arent going to remember. I like it when they carefully think through what they are promising and write it out in detail. Say it to each other. Keep it for the rest of their lives for reference. Live by it every day and every night until they die.
Your respective parents may take on the task of helping you not only with listing your wedding guests, but sending out your invitations to family members, especially. Younger couples could consider saving some cash on wedding invitations by sending paper invitations to family and older, more traditional guests, but for your many younger guests, consider a nicely-designed wedding invitation sent by email.
One of the most famous Irish wedding traditions is marrying with the Claddagh ring. This ring takes its name from "Claddagh" which is a tiny fishing village in Galway County. Traditionally the mother passes this ring down through the generations by giving it to her daughter, who then gives it to her daughter and so on. When a betrothal (engagement) takes place, the Claddagh ring is worn on the right hand and after the marriage ceremony takes place it is moved to the left hand. The direction in which the heart is turned on this ring is also indicative of the state of the betrothal or marriage.
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