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Vendor Spotlight: Visual Elements

Looking to spruce up your wedding with draping, chandeliers and more? Visual Elements is the company for you! Take a peek at some of these photos from a recent wedding done by Visual Elements!

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Superstitions for your Wedding Day

Whether you are into superstitions or not, everyone gets a little curious, especially when it’s one of the most important days of your life. Here are some fun old superstitions that have been taken seriously by brides everywhere.

1. Hey, brides, tuck a sugar cube into your glove — according to Greek culture, the sugar will sweeten your union.

2. The English believe a spider found in a wedding dress means good luck. Yikes!

3. In English tradition, Wednesday is considered the “best day” to marry, although Monday is for wealth and Tuesday is for health.

4. The groom carries the bride across the threshold to bravely protect her from evil spirits lurking below.

5. Saturday is the unluckiest wedding day, according to English folklore. Funny — it’s the most popular day of the week to marry!

6. Ancient Romans studied pig entrails to determine the luckiest time to marry.

7. Rain on your wedding day is actually considered good luck, according to Hindu tradition!

8. For good luck, Egyptian women pinch the bride on her wedding day. Ouch!

9. Middle Eastern brides paint henna on their hands and feet to protect themselves from the evil eye. Find out about Muslim wedding rituals.

10. Peas are thrown at Czech newlyweds instead of rice.

11. A Swedish bride puts a silver coin from her father and a gold coin from her mother in each shoe to ensure that she’ll never do without. Learn more about Swedish wedding traditions.

12. A Finnish bride traditionally went door-to-door collecting gifts in a pillowcase, accompanied by an older married man who represented long marriage.

13. Moroccan women take a milk bath to purify themselves before their wedding ceremony. See more Moroccan wedding customs.

14. In Holland, a pine tree is planted outside the newlyweds’ home as a symbol of fertility and luck.


Photo of the Week : Cedarwood Weddings


We are swooning over this gorgeous picture taken at Cedarwood! We love the chic and stunning look that this photo gives. Not to mention the adorable look in the bride and grooms eyes! Ugh! This photo is one of our favorites!

If you’re still in need of a venue, Cedarwood might be the perfect place for you. They have their own on site florist, as well as a beautiful secret lake (great for private one-on-one photos). Be sure to check them out and see what make Cedarwood, a perfect venue!

Southern Tradition : Burying the Bourbon

One of my favorite aspects of working in the wedding planning field, is learning about all of the traditions that come along with different ethnic weddings. We do weddings based out of Nashville, Tn. One of the most ‘southern’ cities in the South! So, yes, indeed, one of my absolute favorite types of weddings to do are the quintessential one-of-a-kind, full blown, Southern wedding!

So many whimsical details are included in these types of weddings. One type of these perfect details would be the many Southern traditions! To most self-respecting, Southerners, you can not have a wedding with out initiating many of the traditions that go into a Southern wedding. One of these fun traditions is burying the bourbon!


Southern folklore says that if you bury a bottle of bourbon at the site where the bride and groom are to be married it won’t rain on their wedding day. According to many believers, this must be done exactly one month before the wedding, the bottle must be completely full, and it must be buried upside down to ensure maximum weather persuasion.

We’ve also heard a variation that stipulates the burying should be done on a day with weather you’d be happy to have on your wedding day. Rain or shine, the bottle should be dug up post-ceremony and enjoyed with the bridal party, making this a win-win tradition no matter the skies.