Happy Is the Bride the Sun Shines On

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 29, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
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Far beyond the well tread "something borrowed, something blue" and typical bridal bouquet toss, there are hundreds of lesser known but fascinating customs and beliefs that play a special role in weddings worldwide. Happy Is the Bride the Sun Shines On is a charming collection of unique nuptial traditions and superstitions.

From the significance of knotted floral ribbons to the effect rain may have on the bridal party's future, these illustrated pages are filled with enough good wishes and hopeful signs to set a happy tone for the big day. Newly redesigned and beautifully packaged, this sophisticated keepsake makes a perfect gift for the bride or groom-to-be.

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Leslie Jones is a writer specializing in folklore.

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