Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. It's one of the oldest and most common phrases you'll hear regarding a wedding, but do you know what it means or where it came from? You don't necessarily have to understand traditions in order to include them in your wedding. So many of these traditions originated so long ago that the true meaning of them has been completely lost. Sometimes society gets so stuck in its ways that we turn a blind eye to how unique and special things can be. But on the other hand, traditions are a way to connect with the past.
Traditions don't just apply to the things you have at your wedding, the food you serve and what you wear. There are also traditions like a spring wedding, getting married on a Saturday, and being married before 30. Those traditions are more societal than actually rooted in history, but they are traditions nonetheless. Since those days are the most popular, they are of course going to be the most expensive. If you're looking to save a little money, break from tradition in every way possible if you want! Tell us which wedding traditions you're saying "I do" or "I don't" to, and we'll guess when you'll get married!