This article was published on: 07/2/24 10:56 AM

Superstition Ain’t The Way

In this post I am going to tell you about some lesser known wedding superstitions.

Weddings today some brides wear a veil, some don’t and that’s ok but dating back to the Greeks and Romans all brides wore a veil because they believed a veil would make the bride less susceptible to curses from jealous witches or evil spirits who wanted to steal her happiness.

Another superstition is if one of your rings gets dropped in the ceremony who ever dropped it was due to die next?

If you receive knives as a wedding present the Vikings believed this was bad luck. A knife was seen to break of cut the marriage up.

Lastly being carried over the threshold, this was to avoid bringing evil spirits into the house. People believed the bride is more vulnerable and the evil spirits would entre through the soles of the brides feet.