Wedding Cultures

Irish Wedding Traditions

Friday, March 17th, 2017 | Filed under: Irish Weddings, Wedding Cultures, Wedding Entertainment, wedding ideas, wedding themes, Weddings Around the World | author: By Keith Sly,    

Irish Wedding TraditionsIrish wedding traditions incorporate numerous folklore and superstitions; in modern times, couples add twists to ancient practices in order to personalize their weddings in appreciation of their Irish heritage. Did you know the phrase, “tying the knot” originated from an ancient Celtic tradition known as hand-fasting, in which when the bride and groom’s hands are tied together as a symbol of their union. In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, event planners at the Manor are here to add a dash of green, white and gold to your wedding, as well as incorporate Irish traditions to ensure the best luck on your wedding day.
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Weddings Around the World

Friday, February 17th, 2017 | Filed under: wedding ceremony, Wedding Cultures, Wedding Day, Weddings Around the World | author: By Keith Sly,    

Weddings around the WorldIn a world full of culture, no two weddings are alike and there is no better way to show homage to one’s heritage than by incorporating old world traditions in your wedding. The Manor has already united Polish, Greek, Chinese, Jewish and Indian wedding traditions, but there is a whole world to still explore. So grab your plane ticket as The Manor presents to you wedding rituals and traditions from Germany, Spain, Turkey, Russia and the Philippines.
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Uniting Wedding Cultures Worldwide

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 | Filed under: Wedding Cultures, Wedding Day, Wedding etiquette, Wedding Fashions | author: By Iwan Stoev,    

Uniting Wedding Cultures WorldwideIt’s no secret that weddings come in various styles and sizes. Different cultures each offer unique wedding rituals and traditions, making each wedding reflect heritage in a truly special way. In a world so full of rich culture, The Manor has collected a compilation of fascinating customs including Indian, Greek, Jewish, Chinese, and Polish culture to share with you!

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