Posted by Suburban Grandma in Cakes, Culture, Life, Tips, Weddings
Many weddings take place in June, maybe because lots of engagements occur before Christmas, and after New Year (close to Valentine’s Day).
I have not been attending any weddings lately, so I don’t have any new pictures to share, but if your did not get a chance to check out my previous wedding posts, you can enjoy them now, by clicking on the links below.
Traditional Ukrainian Wedding.
Ukrainian-Irish Wedding Traditions.
Ukrainian-Jewish Wedding Traditions.
Ukrainian-Greek Wedding Traditions.
Assamese style Hindu Wedding Traditions.
Traditional American Wedding.
If you are in the beginning stages of your wedding plans, and searching for ideas, you might want to check these out:
Rustic Wedding cakes
Wedding cakes ideas your guests will love
Tips on buying bridal jewelry
Hair styles for weddings
Tips on tons of savings on wedding expenses
Wedding gift ideas
Do it yourself Wedding Centerpieces
There is a bunch more to read about, so have fun searching.
- Ukrainian-Irish Wedding Traditions
- Ukrainian Wedding With A Special Flair – Culture and Traditions
- Ukrainian-Jewish Wedding – Culture and Traditions
- Ukrainian Wedding – Korovai, Greeting Bread, and Wedding Cake
- Ukrainian-Greek Wedding – Tradition and Culture
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