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  • Use Of A Wedding Ring
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    When it comes to planning a wedding, people have to worry not only about food, flowers, and what they wear, they also have to honor many traditions, even if they don't understand their origins or meanings. However, to not follow these traditions, understood or not, might mean bad luck for the marriage or, at the very least, disgruntled wedding guests. Every culture cherishes its own marriage traditions and superstitions. Many are not understood but are still seriously followed because 'it's alwa...
  • Non Traditional Days In The Wedding Business
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    Practical Plans for Romantic Weddings Having the wedding of your dreams may not be as costly or time consuming as you might think. The average cost of a wedding in the United States today is $18,000. The costs depend upon several items, such as, how far in advance you can plan your wedding, what time of year you choose, what day of the week you choose, what time of the day you prefer, what your priorities are and most importantly, how flexible you can be. I will discuss and give you some insight...
  • Bride And Groom
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    Kin van is when the bride is given something of nominal value from the groom. In ancient times, coins were given. But recently rings have replaced those coins. Rings have replaced those coins because their known as the gift of choice. However, in Jewish weddings, the ring has to belong to the groom, and be made of only solid metal without any gems of any kind on them. The rabbis had thought that if the rings wasnt at a high value then that may cause the bride to actually reconsider to marry some...
  • Bride And Groom's Wedding Rings
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    The American Way of Weddings In our society many youngsters are having sex before marriage. It has become such a regular occurrence that many people no longer deem it commonplace. Rather than promote abstinence many people spend their time promoting "safe sex". It is a fact, that many youngsters have come to the conclusion that marriage is not for them. They feel that it may only end up in divorce, so why even bother. But, when two people are in love and decide to get married it can be one of th...
  • Woman's Wedding Ring
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    A Line of Promises Many times simple objects in people's lives can come to represent a part of themselves. The object can become an integral part of a person's identity. In? Wedding-Ring? by Denise Levertov, the relationship between a woman and her old wedding ring is explored as a way to intertwine the woman's life with the ring's meaning. Through the ring, the woman identifies herself. The wedding ring is wishfully transformed from a complex symbol of promises to a simple gift of friendship. I...

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