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    Wedding Literatures & Information 2


    Bridal Jewelry - The Icing On The Cake
    By: bonitaj
    You have your dress, you've got your shoes, your hair style picked out; but you still   
    need to "finish your look" for the big day. That is where your bridal jewelry comes in.

    It used to be that pearls, which are wonderful for weddings and brides, were the only
    jewelry that brides wore. Now with the Internet and the growing bridal jewelry businesses
    out there, your choices have become limitless.

    Are you looking for some sparkle, or something simple and elegant? Search the    
    Internet for bridal jewelry and you will find a wide variety of resources out there to suit
    your specific needs. Boring bridal jewelry is a thing of the past. All brides want to feel   
    and look beautiful on their wedding day, and not just look like every other bride they've
    seen before. This is where your bridal jewelry will make the difference. Find pieces of
    jewelry that "speak to you", that fit your color or theme for the special day. In many  
    cases, bridal jewelry makers will create a custom piece for you that is special and    
    unique.

    When choosing your bridal jewelry, look for some parallel between your wedding gown   
    or style of shoes and other accessories. This will help you pull your look together when
    making your selection. Many times, you will be able to find on various bridal jewelry
    websites, tiaras, headbands, hairpins and combs that will pair up or match bridal
    necklaces, bridal earrings and bridal bracelets. Consistency and a common look and   
    feel through out your bridal accessories is key to not looking "patched" together.

    This is your day, make the best of it, feel beautiful and find the bridal jewelry that is right
    for you. Feeling comfortable with how you look is all part of feeling beautiful. If you want  
    to be a unique bride that looks gorgeous on your wedding day, search for the bridal
    jewelry that will compliment your attire. You will be beautiful, your bridal jewelry will
    enhance that.

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by: Stephaniecutter

Wedding traditions vary significantly from one tradition to another and from one religion to another. Couples who don't practice the religion
want a holy or cultural wedding.

Here are few wedding traditions from different cultures. If you like any of these wedding traditions that has meaning for you, adapt it freely
for celebrating your wedding, without thinking about the culture from which it came.

1.
Chinese wedding traditions
In Chinese wedding traditions, couples drink goblets of wine and honey. The bride eats jujubes, a date like fruit in order to raise the
possibility of having a boy in the future.

2.
African-American wedding traditions
Most of the couples from this tradition want to select traditional east African wedding ceremonies, but most have an American wedding.
More couples incorporate the jumping the broom, practice into their weddings. This custom is invented during the period of slavery when
slaves are forbidden to marry. This is a way to express their commitment to one another. In African culture, they use brooms to remove evil
from their homes and families. Some others think that this custom is a way to reject the evil that prohibits their union.

3.
Jewish wedding traditions
These weddings are filled with tradition, beauty and ritual. Traditions greatly vary between Ashkenazi Jews and Sephardi Jews. Weddings
should adhere more strictly to religious traditions if it is a traditional or conservative synagogue when compared to Reform or
Reconstructionist synagogue.  Orthodox groom veil the bride in the ceremony prior to the actual wedding. Then groom signs a contract. It
is a beautifully decorated document which consists of the promises that groom makes for the bride. The couple should cover their heads.
Wedding is usually held in a canopy. After saying the vow, groom puts a gold band to bride's finger.

4.
Native American wedding traditions
There are various American tribes, whereas some wedding traditions are shared by several tribes. Some of these wedding traditions
include:
  • Northern California wedding traditions: There are two traditions in Northern California Native Americans. They include half marriage
    and full marriage. In half marriage, man pays half the usual price for the bride. He needs to live in bride's home under her father's
    authority. In full marriage, the man pays the total price of the bride. With his father's help, he pays for the bride's family. The future
    social status of the family and children depends on this price only.
  • Delaware traditions: The girl in this tradition who reached puberty may have a union prearranged by their parents. The couple lives
    together as man and wife. During the occasion, man gives jewelry, blankets or a belt of wampum to bride's parents. If the parents
    accept those gifts, then they approve their relation.
  • Hopi tradition: In this tradition, either the male or female propose for the relation by presenting food gifts. Marriages are not
    permitted in this culture.

About The Author
Stephanie writes on wedding ideas, wedding tips, wedding themes and styles, wedding dresses & accessories and other useful articles on wedding make up,
wedding hair styles, jewelry, wedding planning guide etc. to make your wedding a memorable one.
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