Wedding Tradition Around the World

Today is Wedding Traditions from all over the World! Do you have a family tradition for Weddings?    Doodle # 29 The Church Bells are Rings Here!    Tomorrow is the Final Day for our June Wedding Doodles. Thanks for following along on our adventure.  Lisa   Wedding Traditions & Superstition - Wedding- Martha Stewart RINGING [...]

Wedding Veils * History & Tradition

Today Wedding Tradition is part superstition - in that in My case I borrowed my Wedding Veil . I was having my hair done by a friend and I had not purchase one and she offered hers.   So it became my borrowed item for my wedding. But the Veil can have many symbols in many [...]

Wedding -Six Pence

Today's Wedding Superstition is the Coin Tradition.  Coin Tradition in weddings - In Great Britain, the well-known tradition of the bride wearing ‘something old, something new,’ originally stems from the rhyme, ‘Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.’ A silver sixpence in the bride’s shoe is a [...]

Wedding Superstitions – Something Blue

Today is Wedding day #26 - Yes I have been posting wedding facts , tips , links and doodles for 26 days. Only 4 more days of June Weddings -hope you had fun and maybe learned something new.  Something Old,New, Borrowed and Blue  Martha Stewart Weddings We've all heard this rhyme used when someone gets [...]

Cousin’s Day

Happy Saturday ! I'am on my way to Cousins Day ! Something my family started last year  -for all of the first female cousins -good food and gossip.  Will share more later. Lisa   A cousin is a relative with whom a person shares one or more common ancestors. In the general sense,cousins are two [...]

June is Wedding Month on LEL

June is also wedding Month. Today we are on Day # 20 -  June is still the most popular month to marry, followed by August, July, May, and September. The goddess Juno was the protector of women in all aspects of life, but especially in marriage and childbearing, so a wedding in Juno's month was [...]

Let them Eat Cake

Let them Eat Cake   Let them eat cake" is the traditional translation of the French phrase "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche", supposedly spoken by "a great princess" upon learning that the peasants had no bread. Since brioche was a luxury bread enriched with butter and eggs, the quote would reflect the princess's disregard for [...]