Monday, March 19, 2012

Shared Wedding Traditions at Hermann Hill Chapel

Shared wedding traditions are continued and practiced in every culture and even at Hermann Hill Wedding Chapel, but did you ever wonder where or when these traditions began? From the tossing of the bouquet, to something borrowed, something blue, these traditions all have meaning. For instance, dating back to the Victorian Era, “something blue” in weddings has represented purity and loyalty within a marriage and “something borrowed” has represented borrowing happiness from friends and family. We all have either incorporated these traditions into our weddings or know a bride and groom who has. At Hermann Hill Wedding Chapel, we have begun our own traditions, such as the “popping of the cork” and complimentary champagne toast during all of our ceremonies. This tradition was started at Hermann Hill Wedding Chapel to symbolize and celebrate the bride and groom's love and union with both friends and families joining together to become one. When a bride and groom are personally able to share a toast not only with each other, but with their guests as well, it solidifies just how important each person present at the wedding is to the bride and groom and their future life together.  Hermann Hill always looks forward to sharing traditions with our Brides and Grooms to make their day a memorable event where the “Missouri and the memories meet.”

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