1. 8 Symbolic Eastern Orthodox Wedding Traditions You...

    The Eastern Orthodox faith varies slightly in different regions and is practised in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Eastern European countries, including Greece, Lebanon, Egypt, Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, and more. Orthodox beliefs and rituals differ from Catholic traditions as they practice the “original Christian faith,” with traditions mostly unchanged for 2,000 years. Full of symbolism...
  2. Should You Get Married During Easter?...

    Getting married during Easter can be tricky. As the holiest time on the Christian calendar, you may run into some obstacles when trying to lock in your wedding day. So, before you start locking in your vendors, you will need to consider the following obstacles. What Days Should You Avoid?...
  3. A Persian-Greek Wedding Crossing Cultures and Fait...

    You’ll fall in love with this wedding that crosses cultures and faiths. Spiro proposed to his now-wife, Varla, by surprising her at Ballast Point Park, surrounded by loved ones. “We had spent our first Valentine’s Day there together 5 years ago. It was a really special day filled with lots...
  4. 9 Albanian Wedding Traditions That’ll Have Y...

    Weddings are celebratory and memorable days in any culture. For Albanians, tradition has had a special place in weddings for centuries, and the Albanian couple’s wedding is a community affair and everyone’s involved! Here are 9 Albanian Wedding Traditions to lookout for. Weddings Last A Whole Week That’s right. This...
  5. A Traditional Macedonian Wedding With A Unique Mod...

    Nothing says “SURPRISE!” quite like an aeroplane flying around the beach, dragging a banner that says ‘ASHLEY WILL YOU MARRY ME?’ Whilst holidaying in Miami, Alex managed to secretly organise a beautiful and intricate proposal. “He suggested we walk back to our hotel along the beach rather than on the...
  6. 13 Charming Irish Wedding Traditions For Luck and ...

    With deep roots in ancient Celtic traditions, these Irish wedding traditions are both fun and meaningful ways to celebrate the Irish culture. Though some of these traditions have faded from popularity over the years, it’s still possible to incorporate elements of them into your wedding. After all, it doesn’t hurt...

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