Build your registry.
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Set your table.
It’s considered good luck to save and freeze a slice of wedding cake to enjoy on your one-year anniversary. Please don’t wait that long to use your new dishes; that’s just bad sense.
Serve it up.
Some cultures throw rice at the just-married couple as a symbol of prosperity. We suggest throwing rice in a low serving bowl; top with a fried egg and avocado for a perfectly rich dinner.
Grab a drink.
Wedding toasts should be around 5 minutes, to be followed by a polite sip of Champagne. Anything over 10 minutes merits a second glass. Cheers!
Serve it up.
The ancient Greeks invented bridal veils as a superstition to keep evil spirits away. In present day, we like to keep our spirits close, preferably in a decanter, or mixed well in a martini glass.
Get In Bed.
In 18th-century Europe, a couple lying under the sheets together – fully clothed – was considered appropriate consummation of their marriage. We like to think our sheets are that good.
Time to Bathe.
A lot of American brides won’t let their grooms see them in their dress until the actual ceremony. More opportunity to lounge in your bathrobe.