Wedding. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:45:25 AM
Before we go into details on why Fridays (or Thursdays, or Sundays) might be a better day to tie the knot, consider how historically other days were the rule. In early American history Wednesdays were considered good luck for aristocratic couples. Working class Americans back then ' which is to say, about 98% of people ' married on Sundays because it was the only day they had off from work. The Puritans bucked that trend because Sunday was the Sabbath ' which is kinda funny because Puritans weddings, bless their hearts, were fairly austere anyway. Guests brought their own mugs, spoons, and forks because party throwing was so uncommon they didnt have enough service ware on hand for a large group.
You know how you can always tell when something is fake and not heartfelt. This is especially true about wedding vows. When you copy them from a magazine or the Internet and it is not coming from your own heart, it takes away its special beauty.
- When considering a possible venue take into account your budget, distance from your ceremony venue (if separate), number of guests, your wedding theme and the atmosphere you want to create.
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