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Reaction To Seeing Their Brides (10 Images)

September 12th, 2013 by in General with 857 Views

Images taken at the exact right time to grab the perfect face of a groom. Mixed in with wedding facts!

In the United States, there is no law or religious dictate that says the bride must take the groom’s last name. However, approximately 70% of Americans agree that a bride should change her last name.

In Great Britain, it was considered good luck for the bride to kiss a chimney sweep on her wedding day. He supposedly had special powers, and when he cleans the chimney, he also sweeps away evil spirits.

In Afghanistan, a man who wanted to marry a woman would cut off a lock of her hair or throw a sheet over her and proclaim her his bride.

Puritans banned wedding rings because they thought they were “frivolous” jewelry or relics of Popery.

In America, T.V. soap opera weddings attract more viewers than a presidential address.

In many countries, a yellow wedding dress has traditionally been seen as a sign of a wife’s intention to cheat on her husband or of jealousy.

To ensure fertility, the Irish would take a hen that was about to lay an egg and tie it to the wedding bed.

In Egypt, women will pinch the bride to bring good luck to those who pinched her.

An average wedding in the United States has 175 guests.

Seventy-five percent of engaged couples in the United States pay for some or all of their own wedding.

  • Jessica

    I love this!!! I always look at the grooms face when the bride comes into view at weddings :)

  • Joseph John

    I have noticed that men in these pictures are more emotional than women. Anyway, it was a nice article with some great pictures. Loved it!

  • MD Golam Rabbani

    Having been to many a wedding, I always make it a point to look at the groom when the bride starts down the ailse… you got all night to see the bride in her gown, that first time he sees her though is a once in a lifetime look.

  • Sakil Hossen

    WOW, these images are captured really precious expressions of those grooms!! Also I’m quite happy to learn short details provided every picture below. Good job!!