In Honor of Friday the 13th: Wedding Superstitions

In honor of Friday the 13th, here are some wedding superstitions from The Knot:

 ~According to the Greek culture, if a bride tucks a sugar cube into her glove, it will sweeten the union with you love.

~The English think that if a spider is found in the wedding dress, it means good luck. :/

~According to English folklore, Saturday is considered to be the unluckiest day to be married. Here in America, it is the most popular day to get married!

~Hindus believe that if it rains on your wedding day, it”s good luck.

~Egyptian women pinch the bride on her wedding day to grant good luck.

~Pine trees are planted outside the home of the newlyweds in Holland to ensure fertility and luck.

~A pearl engagement ring is considered bad luck because the shape is said to resemble a tear.

~Aquamarine is said to ensure a long and happy marriage because it represents marital harmony.

~Ancient Romans and Greeks believed that wearing a veil protected the bride from evil spirits.

~In Denmark, brides and grooms would traditionally cross dress to confuse evil spirits.

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