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wed­ding to her spe­cial day and arly is look­ing for­ward K tra­di­tions, from the bride days are not with­out many new, wear­ing some­thing old, toss­ing the bou­quet, to are a few other tra­di­tions... bor­rowed and blue. Here – small al­monds with white Favours or Ital­ian con­fetti at Ital­ian are tra­di­tion­ally of­fered crisp sugar coat­ings – of They are served in a mul­ti­ple weddings as a thank you. hap­pi­ness, the new­ly­weds health, the num­ber five to bring life! wealth, fer­til­ity and long bride and It is cus­tom­ary for the to re­lease a groom in the Philip­pines on the pair of doves to­gether will make wed­ding day. The cou­ple two white doves kiss, them­selves and kiss­ing while they do this re­lease the doves to sym­bol­ise har­mony and peace many A day be­fore the wed­ding, still for In­dian brides will sit very Beau­ti­ful many hours. The rea­son? and in­tri­cate henna de­signs are drawn on their hands and feet for the big day.

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